Arguments to simulateBinauralSignals¶
- The second input argument (.azim) controls whether the reflector is to the left or the right.
- Typical values could be +17 (corresponding to left) and -17 (corresponding to right)
- The first input argument (.dist) controls how easy it is to distinguish whether the reflector is to the left or the right.
- Typical values range from 0.9 (feasible to distinguish left to right) with increasing values making it more difficult to distinguish.
- The third input argument (.orient) is binary.
- When set to 'angled' it makes distinguishing easier and when set to 'horz' it makes distinguishing harder
- The fourth input argument (.direweight) again controls how easy it is to distinguish whether the reflector is to the left or the right (the lower .dirweight is, the easier).
- It's default value should be 0.2. Values in [0 0.2) make distinguishing artificially easier and values in (0.2 1] artificially harder
Overall, the combination .dist = 0.9, .orient = 'horz' and .direweight = 0.2 makes distinguishing the two files .azim = +/-17 feasible
Altering in the directions described above make things easier or more difficult.