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This paper presents a sound source localization method that considers the limited propagation speed of sound. The localization system is shown to be independent of source movement. Information from a sound source is received with a propagation delay relative to the receiver distance. Combining information from spatially separate sensor stations utilizing(More)
The delay between the event and the observation is a fundamental problem in acoustic localization. This fact is accounted for in the presented localization approach as an additional stage in the applied model. This work concentrates on passive acoustic source localization from a spatiotemporal viewpoint. The direction of arrival (DOA) estimates are measured(More)
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