Neural Network Modeling of the Head-Related Transfer Function
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Written in English

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Open LibraryOL11850734M
ISBN 101423564464
ISBN 109781423564461

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Deep Learning as a predictor for personalized head related transfer functions in virtual environments. Abstract One of the most impressive capabilities of the human auditory system is Author: Hens Zimmerman.   A spherical basis function neural network for pole-zero modeling of head-related transfer functions. In: IEEE ASSP Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics, pp. 92–Cited by: 2.   A head-related transfer function personalized algorithm based on Locally Linear Embedding is proposed for the precise localization of human beings with different physiological parameters. HRTF data was processed to reduce dimensionality by Locally Linear Embedding at first and linearly fitted in the low-dimensional space to extract the Cited by: 1. To obtain personally the hearing feeling on the virtual sound field in an interactive computer environment, this paper presents a HRTF and neural network based prediction and simulation method for indoor sports acoustic. The method obtains room impulse response of random position through frequency domain interpolation, realizes motion predicting mechanism utilizing the .

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