Fast Evaluation of the Rayleigh Integral and Applications to Inverse Acoustics

@inproceedings{Wind2006FastEO,
  title={Fast Evaluation of the Rayleigh Integral and Applications to Inverse Acoustics},
  author={Jelmer W. Wind and Ysbrand H. Wijnant and Andr{\'e} de Boer},
  year={2006}
}
In this paper we present a fast evaluation of the Rayleigh integral, which le ads to fast and robust solutions in inverse acoustics. The method commonly used to reconstr uct acoustic sources on a plane in space is Planar Nearfield Acoustic Holography (PN AH). Some of the most important recent improvements in PNAH address the alleviation of spatial w indo ing effects that arise due to the application of a Fast Fourier Transform to a fi nite spatial measurement grid. Although these improvements… CONTINUE READING
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