Jamie Carneal

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Localization of acoustic sources has been an area of research starting primarily with underwater acoustics. Recently, localization of sources in air has become a topic of interest for automatic detection, surveillance and tracking for military applications. Other application include novel teleconference devices, specifically automatic focusing on the person(More)
There are applications where microphone arrays must be integrated into/onto a structure. As an example there are efforts to instrument soldiers' helmets and vehicles with sensors in order to detect and localize noise events. In these cases the sound will be diffracted around the support platform. In this paper a spherical diffracting platform is used and is(More)
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