Auditory Stream Segregation: Applications

Stream segregation is the perceptual separation of sound signals into two or more auditory entities (streams) based on the gestalt principle of grouping, often by such factors as proximity and/or similarity. In music, it is one important psychoacoustic basis that underlies ...

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