Biosonar-inspired Source Localization in Low SNR

@inproceedings{Apartsin2011BiosonarinspiredSL,
  title={Biosonar-inspired Source Localization in Low SNR},
  author={Sasha Apartsin and Leon N. Cooper and Nathan Intrator},
  booktitle={BIOSIGNALS},
  year={2011}
}
Some mammals use sound signals for communications and navigation in the air (bats) or underwater (dolphins). Recent biological discovery shows that blind mole rat is capable of detecting and avoiding underground obstacles using reflection from seismic signals. Such a remarkable capacity relies on the ability to localize the source of the reflection with high accuracy and in very low Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) conditions. The standard methods for source localization are usually based on Time of… CONTINUE READING

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