# Commonly used terms¶

Here are some style guidelines on commonly used terms throughout the documentation:

• |TwoEars| – when referring to the project in general, this will be automatically replaced by Two!Ears
• |TwoEarsModel| – when referring to the complete auditory model, this will be replaced with the text Two!Ears Auditory Model.
• |BinSim| – when referring to the binaural simulator module of the Two!Ears Auditory Model, this will be automatically replaced by Binaural simulator.
• |AFE| – when referring to the auditory front-end module of the Two!Ears Auditory Model, this will be automatically replaced by Auditory front-end.
• |blackboard| – when referring to the blackboard architecture module of the Two!Ears Auditory Model, this will be automatically replaced by Blackboard system.
• |robot| – when referring to the robot platform of the Two!Ears Auditory Model, this will be automatically replaced by Robotic platform.
• |database| – when referring to the database of the Two!Ears Auditory Model, this will be automatically replaced by Database.
• |amtoolbox| – when referring to the Auditory Modelling Toolbox, this will be automatically replaced by Auditory Modeling Toolbox.
• Matlab – when referring to the language, capitalise Matlab.
• localise, initialise, etc. – use the British “ise” suffix, not “ize.”

Note

These automatic replacement are defined in the file replacements.py, which also involves things lile |DnnLocationKS|. Common links are defined in links.py, acronyms are defined in acronyms.py, see Using acronyms.