How can adaptive filters be constructed and applied for creating dynamic sound zones? New thesis tackles this question.
How can adaptive filters be constructed and applied for creating dynamic sound zones?
As part of their Master’s Thesis in Signal Processing and Computing, Thomas Damgaard and Mads Hulegaard from Aalborg University have tackled this question.
You can download the thesis, which has been compiled under the main theme Signal Processing and Computing, at the Department of Electronic Systems, at Aalborg University, Spring 2020.
Jan Østergaard has acted as supervisor.
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