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Time domain reconstruction of spatial sound fields using compressed sensing

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Time domain reconstruction of spatial sound fields using compressed sensing
A novel technique for time domain spatial sound reproduction using compressed sensing is presented. The presented technique is based on the application of compressed sensing theory, which is used to improve the accuracy of the reconstructed sound field. In addition, singular value decomposition is also applied, which acts to significantly reduce the size of the data set to process, thus making it efficient and realisable for real-time applications. Results are presented from the preliminary performance evaluation of the compressed sensing technique in comparison to the Higher Order Ambisonic reconstruction technique.
Andrew Wabnitz, Nicolas Epain, André van Sc
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Updated 20 Aug 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where ICASSP
Authors Andrew Wabnitz, Nicolas Epain, André van Schaik, Craig T. Jin
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