Time-varying FRI Theory for Sound Source Localization

In this report we present results of a Semester project in the Winter semester of 2015. The project focuses on exploration of FRI theory for 1D case and its generalization. This theory is further applied to sound source localization with extension to signals that vary in time with a focus on reducing the number of microphones required for location retrieval. As a result of this research, we deliver newly developed theory together with python code that evaluates it.


Advisor(s):
Vetterli, Martin
Year:
2015
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PHD_SEMESTER
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Note: The status of this file is: Involved Laboratories Only


 Record created 2016-01-25, last modified 2018-03-17

Contains graphical representation of results and a script with which we generate one of the figures.:
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Contains ipython notebooks with initial code as well as python scripts with FRI theory and tests, and sound source localization theory and tests.:
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