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    • A three-dimensional virtual simulator for aircraft flyover presentation 

      Rizzi, Stephen A; Sullivan, Brenda M; Sandridge, Christopher A (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2003-07)
      This paper presents a system developed at NASA Langley Research Center to render aircraft flyovers in a virtual reality environment. The present system uses monaural recordings of actual aircraft flyover noise and presents ...
    • Two-point discrimination in auditory displays 

      Best, Virginia; Schaik, Andre van; Carlile, Simon (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2003-07)
      In this paper we describe work which characterises the effect of spatial factors on the segregation of concurrent sound sources. The results inform the operational requirements of virtual auditory displays required to ...
    • The use of walking sounds in supporting awareness 

      Makela, Kaj; Hakulinen, Jaakko; Turunen, Markku (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2003-07)
      There is need for applications that keep the users aware of various things happening around them. One of such things is the presence of co-workers in office environments. Playing people's walking sounds in the background ...
    • Using multi-channel spatialization in sonification: A case study with meteorological data 

      Childs, Edward; Pulkki, Ville (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2003-07)
      Spatialization can be used in sonification as an additional mapping dimension. Immersive spatialization also transmits more auditory data to a subject, compared to monophonic or stereophonic presentation. In this study the ...
    • Vocal pedagogy and pedagogical voices 

      Wakefield, Gregory H (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2003-07)
      Singers learn from their teachers lessons that to the outsider are not transparently obvious. Some of these lessons are discussed in the paper, and their application to problems in sound quality, music information retrieval, ...
    • Where's that sound? Exploring arbitrary user classifications of sounds for audio collection management 

      Brazil, Eoin; Fernstrom, Mikael (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2003-07)
      Collections of sound and music of increasing size and diversity are used both by general personal computer users and multimedia designers. Browsing audio collections poses several challenges to the design of effective user ...