Correlative Closeness Function for Eye Array

TitleCorrelative Closeness Function for Eye Array
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2008
AuthorsAlghassi, H., S. Tafazoli, and P. Lawrence
Conference NameInstrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference Proceedings, 2008. IMTC 2008. IEEE
Pagination1061 -1064
Date Publishedmay.
Keywordsacoustic correlation, array signal processing, correlative based category, correlative closeness function, eye analogy, lens cell structures, microphone array structure, microphone arrays, pinhole structures, sound source localization, three-dimensional spaces, time domain signal processing algorithm, time-domain analysis

We have presented a new time domain signal processing algorithm accompanied with a novel microphone array structure for sound source localization in three-dimensional spaces. Our localization methodology utilizes concepts of pinhole and lens cell structures and closeness functions; moreover it has some analogy to the eye in the localization of the light rays. Later, we presented difference based category of closeness functions. Current paper describes a correlative based category of closeness functions and compares its experimental results with previously presented closeness functions.


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