HRTF aided broadband doa estimation using two microphones
Two sensor broadband direction of arrival (DOA) estimation suffers from an inherent lack of dimensionality due to having just two sensors, yet humans and other animals are able to overcome this limitation using subtle variations introduced by the ears. Application of existing DOA estimation techniques to such systems becomes complicated due to the ill-behaved nature of the Head Related Transfer Function (HRTF). In this paper we present a subband signal extraction and focussing technique which...[Show more]
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