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README.md

Two!Ears Auditory Model

A computational framework for modelling active exploratory listening that assigns meaning to auditory scenes

The Two!Ears Auditory Model consists of several stages for modeling active human listening. These stages include not only classical signal driven processing steps like you can find in the Auditory Modeling Toolbox. It comes also with a complete acoustical simulation framework for creating binaural ear signals for specified acoustical scenes. The classical auditory signal processing is further accompanied by a blackboard architecture that allows top-down processing and the inclusion of world knowledge to the model.

The actual release of the model is available at its official release page. For an extensive documentation on how to install and use the model have a look at its online documentation.

Partners

The model is being developed by the partners of the EU project Two!Ears.

Publications

A list of all project publications can be found on the project homepage. Additional material for some of the publications can be found in the papers repository.

License

If not otherwise stated inside single files the Two!Ears Auditory Model is licensed under GNU General Public License, version 2, and its parts available in the RoboticPlatform and the Tools folder are licensed under The BSD 2-Clause License.

Development

If you are interested in getting involved in the development of the Two!Ears model, please visit the development documentation page.

Funding

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 618075.