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Where did that come from? An introduction to Sound Localisation

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The recreation of human senses and ability to process them has been a driving force of many research fields in Computer Science recently and determining the origin of a sound source is an example of particular recent interest. We shall explore some of the methods of localisation that are emerging from both physical analysis and biological inspiration. There are many design challenges and potential performance limitations of each implementation – those considered in this talk range from the simple two-microphone array to KEMAR heads, examining both time and frequency based cues and considering the industries benefiting from them.

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