On the consideration of motion effects in the computation of impulse response for underwater acoustics inversion.

@article{Josso2009OnTC,
  title={On the consideration of motion effects in the computation of impulse response for underwater acoustics inversion.},
  author={Nicolas F. Josso and Cornel Ioana and J{\'e}r{\^o}me I. Mars and C{\'e}dric Gervaise and Yann St{\'e}phan},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2009},
  volume={126 4},
  pages={
          1739-51
        }
}
The estimation of the impulse response (IR) of a propagation channel may be of great interest for a large number of underwater applications: underwater communications, sonar detection and localization, marine mammal monitoring, etc. It quantifies the distortions of the transmitted signal in the underwater channel and enables geoacoustic inversion. The propagating signal is usually subject to additional and undesirable distortions due to the motion of the transmitter-channel-receiver… CONTINUE READING

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