Jörg Buchholz
Jörg Buchholz
National Acoustic Laboratories and Macquarie University
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The technology of binaural listening
J Blauert
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
1372013
LoRA: A loudspeaker-based room auralization system
S Favrot, JM Buchholz
Acta acustica united with Acustica 96 (2), 364-375, 2010
1002010
The influence of spectral characteristics of early reflections on speech intelligibility
I Arweiler, JM Buchholz
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 130 (2), 996-1005, 2011
592011
The importance of interaural time differences and level differences in spatial release from masking
H Glyde, JM Buchholz, H Dillon, S Cameron, L Hickson
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 134 (2), EL147-EL152, 2013
522013
The effect of better-ear glimpsing on spatial release from masking
H Glyde, J Buchholz, H Dillon, V Best, L Hickson, S Cameron
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 134 (4), 2937-2945, 2013
492013
Room masking: Understanding and modelling the masking of room reflections
JM Buchholz, J Mourjopoulos, J Blauert
PREPRINTS-AUDIO ENGINEERING SOCIETY, 2001
452001
Binaural dereverberation based on interaural coherence histograms
A Westermann, JM Buchholz, T Dau
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 133 (5), 2767-2777, 2013
382013
The effect of interaural-level-difference fluctuations on the externalization of sound
J Catic, S Santurette, JM Buchholz, F Gran, T Dau
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 134 (2), 1232-1241, 2013
352013
A computational auditory masking model based on signal-dependent compression. I. Model description and performance analysis
JM Buchholz, J Mourjopoulos
Acta Acustica united with Acustica 90 (5), 873-886, 2004
342004
Investigating the acoustics of a sample of open plan and enclosed Kindergarten classrooms in Australia
KT Mealings, JM Buchholz, K Demuth, H Dillon
Applied Acoustics 100, 95-105, 2015
332015
Role of temporal envelope and fine structure cues in speech perception: A review
C Lorenzi, BCJ Moore
Proceedings of the International Symposium on Auditory and Audiological …, 2007
312007
Objective analysis of ambisonics for hearing aid applications: Effect of listener's head, room reverberation, and directional microphones
C Oreinos, JM Buchholz
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 137 (6), 3447-3465, 2015
282015
Measurement of a full 3D set of HRTFs for in-ear and hearing aid microphones on a head and torso simulator (HATS)
C Oreinos, JM Buchholz
Acta Acustica united with Acustica 99 (5), 836-844, 2013
272013
Aural assessment by means of binaural algorithms− The AABBA project−
J Blauert, J Braasch, J Buchholz, HS Colburn, U Jekosch, A Kohlrausch, ...
Proceedings of the International Symposium on Auditory and Audiological …, 2009
272009
The effect of spatial separation in distance on the intelligibility of speech in rooms
A Westermann, JM Buchholz
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 137 (2), 757-767, 2015
262015
Evaluation of loudspeaker-based virtual sound environments for testing directional hearing aids
C Oreinos, JM Buchholz
Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 27 (7), 541-556, 2016
252016
An examination of speech reception thresholds measured in a simulated reverberant cafeteria environment
V Best, G Keidser, JM Buchholz, K Freeston
International journal of audiology 54 (10), 682-690, 2015
252015
Effect of audibility on spatial release from speech-on-speech masking
H Glyde, JM Buchholz, L Nielsen, V Best, H Dillon, S Cameron, L Hickson
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 138 (5), 3311-3319, 2015
242015
Mixed-order Ambisonics recording and playback for improving horizontal directionality
S Favrot, M Marschall, J Käsbach, J Buchholz, T Weller
Audio Engineering Society Convention 131, 2011
242011
Measuring communication difficulty through effortful speech production during conversation
T Beechey, JM Buchholz, G Keidser
Speech Communication 100, 18-29, 2018
232018
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