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Book "The Technololgy of Binaural Listening"

Dear colleagues,

our new book is now available in print. The book was written by authors from AABBA, an open grouping of about 50 scientist who work on the application of binaural models.
Here is the table of contents:

Jens Blauert (Ed.)
Springer/ASA Press 2013
ISBN 978-3-642-37761-7

Chap1 An introduction to binaural processing
A. Kohlrausch, J. Braasch, D. Kolossa and J. Blauert

Chap2 The auditory modeling toolbox (AMT)
P. Soendergaard and P. Majdak

Chap3 Trends in acquisition of individual head-related
transfer functions
G. Enzner, C. Antweiler and S. Spors

Chap4 Assessment of sagittal-plane sound-localization
performance in spatial-audio applications
R. Baumgartner, P. Majdak and B. Laback

Chap5 Modeling horizontal localization of complex sounds
in the impaired and
aided impaired auditory system
N. Le Goff, J. Buchholz and T. Dau

Chap6 Binaural scene analysis with multi-dimensional
statistical filters
C. Spille, B. Meyer, M. Dietz and V. Hohmann

Chap7 Extracting sound-source-distance information from
binaural signals
E. Georganti, T. May, S. van de Par and J. Mourjopoulos

Chap8 A binaural model that analyses acoustic spaces
and stereophonic reproduction systems by utilizing head rotations
J. Braasch, S. Clapp, A. Pars, T. Pastore and N. Xiang

Chap9 Binaural systems in robotics
S. Argentieri, A. Portello, M. Bernard, P. Danès, and B. Gas

Chap10 Binaural assessment of multi-channel reproduction
H. Wierstorf, A. Raake and S. Spors

Chap11 Optimization of binaural algorithms for maximum
predicted speech intelligibility
A. Schlesinger and C. Luther

Chap12 Modeling sound localization with cochlear implants
M. Nicoletti, C. Wirtz and W. Hemmert

Chap13 Binaural assessment of parametrically coded spatial
audio signals
M. Takanen, O. Santala and V. Pulkki

Chap14 Binaural dereverberation
A. Tsilfidis, A. Westerman, J. Buchholz, E. Georganti,
and J. Mourjopoulos

Chap15 Binaural localization and detection of speakers in
complex acoustic scenes
T. May, S. van de Par and A. Kohlrausch

Chap16 Predicting binaural speech intelligibility in
architectural acoustics
J. Culling, M. Lavandier and S. Jelfs

Chap17 Employing binaural–proprioceptive interaction
in human-machine interfaces
M. Stamm and M. Altinsoy

Chap18 Further challenges and the road ahead
J. Blauert, D. Kolossa, K. Obermayer, and K. Adiloglu

Jens BLAUERT, Dr.-Ing., Dr. Tech. h.c.
Prof. (em.), Acoustics and EE, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Prof. (adj.), Architectural Acoustics, RPI, Troy NY
Postal address: Institute of Communication Acoustics,
Ruhr-Universität Bochum, D-44780 Bochum, Germany
E-mail: jens.blauert@xxxxxx
Internet: http://www.rub.de/ika
Phone: +49 234 322 2496 (office), ...3480 (direct)
Fax: +49 234 321 4165
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