Talk:Vertical sound localization
|220.127.116.11 suspects that this article (specifically source this cannot be definitively determined. If this article can be shown to be a copyright infringement, please list the article on Wikipedia:Copyright problems. If you are certain that the article is not a copyright violation, you should give evidence below. Please do not remove this tag without discussion.) may be a copyright violation, but without a|
|The contents of the merged into Sound localization on 2014-07-27 and it now redirects there. For the contribution history and old versions of the merged article please see its history.page were|
This entire page seems to be copy and pasted from a book. For example, in "The Cone of Confusing" it says "...the circumference of circular conical slices with the orientation shown in figure #6.". Where is figure #6? It also uses way too many uncommon, specialist terms too often.
I think the article needs a lot of (if not complete) rewriting for easier reading and understanding, would've done it myself if I was more familiar with the subject.
- Thanks for flagging your concerns. I've looked for, but cannot find a source, and so have replaced the copy paste tag with the "cv-unsure" tag, above. This seems pretty clearly to have been a student project for an undeclared class. It's possible that the "figure" reference is copied from an unpublished collaborative student paper, but also quite possible that there is substantial plagiarism in the article. --Moonriddengirl (talk) 13:48, 20 July 2013 (UTC)
Most of the content of this article is also covered in the WP article Sound localization. Since there appear to be copyright violation questions regarding this article, would it be a good idea to merge this with that article? Some of the references here would be useful additions even if the content cannot be used. Brazzit (talk) 01:10, 8 June 2013 (UTC)
- Support much of this content also applies to horizontal localization. ~KvnG 23:04, 8 June 2013 (UTC)
Done ~KvnG 19:02, 27 July 2014 (UTC)