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Acoustic Source Localization using Different Array Geometries and Microphones

Status
Finished
Type
Student Project
Seminar Type
- None -
Announcement date
12 Jan 2011
Student
Antonio Hoelzl
Mentors
Research Areas

Short Description

The aim of the project is to carry out a set of recordings using different array geometries, and different kinds of microphones. Creating an automated system using Pure Data for recording and playback tasks. Investigating the effects of various array geometries and microphones on state-of-the-art localization algorithms. What can be learned from these different setups?

Your Tasks

  • Testing and Evaluation
  • Matlab/C++ Implementation

Your Profile/Requirements

  • Adaptive Systems, Computational Intelligence
  • Good Programming Skills
  • Familiar with Pure Data (PD) software

Contact:

Tania Habib, Harald Romsdorfer ({tania.habib, romsdorfer}@tugraz.at or 0316/873 4362)