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Controlling the impulse responses and the spatial variability in digital loudspeaker-room correction

@inproceedings{Brnnmark2015ControllingTI,
  title={Controlling the impulse responses and the spatial variability in digital loudspeaker-room correction},
  author={Lars-Johan Br{\"a}nnmark and Mikael Sternad},
  year={2015}
}
Controlling the impulse responses and the spatial variability in digital loudspeaker-room correction 

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