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Measuring Loudness Growth Functions

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Given a reasonable time frame to work with each subject and two
frequency regions (500 Hz and 3000 Hz), what is the most reliable method
to obtain loudness growth functions? How many points are necessary to
capture the shape of the function? How much training is required before
the subjects become reliable?

If we had to compromise because of restricted access to subject time,
what method should we use?

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