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Below are links to other pages and resources related to research into auditory display.

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ICAD is the International Conference on Auditory Display. A very good source of references for this new and growing research field.

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The Earcons Home Page provides good coverage of the state of the art in earcon research. This is another good source of references.

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Meera M Blattner's home page. Meera has done a lot of research work in auditory display including earcons and sonification.

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Workshop on Sound-related Computation More general source of references for the ACM's Multimedia Conference, 1993. Has a section on auditory display.

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Alistair Edwards has done some good work on the development of auditory interfaces for blind users.

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B. Walker's Auditory Display Page

The following sites are a bit less directly relevant to my work, but seem interesting all the same.

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Hearing Development Research Laboratory

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GVU Center - Software Visualization. Georgia Tech. has a centre for research in software visualisation. This is an interesting site as a large amount of auditory display research is involved with the audio counterpart to visualisation.

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And the Georgia Tech GVU Audio Lab...

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The Audio Research Group at the university of Waterloo in California, USA.

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The ACM is an excellent forum for the discussion of audio research. Its SIGSOUND and SIGCHI special interest groups are of particular relevance.

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icad@santafe.edu is a forum devoted to the discussion of auditory display issues.

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sound@acm.org was established for presentation and discussion of research in sound computation.

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auditory@vm1.mcgill.ca is peopled by auditory perception researchers.