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{Discriminative binaural sound localization}
Type of publication: Article
Citation: Ben-Reuven2003
Journal: Advances in Neural Information \ldots
Volume: 15
Year: 2003
Pages: 1229----1236
URL: http://books.nips.cc/papers/fi...
Abstract: Time difference of arrival (TDOA) is commonly used to estimate the az- imuth of a source in a microphone array. The most common methods to estimate TDOA are based on finding extrema in generalized cross- correlation waveforms. In this paper we apply microphone array techniques to a manikin head. By considering the entire cross-correlation waveform we achieve azimuth prediction accuracy that exceeds extrema locating methods. We do so by quantizing the azimuthal angle and treating the prediction problem as a multiclass categorization task. We demonstrate the merits of our approach by evaluating the various approaches on Sony’s AIBO robot.
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Keywords: Microphone Arrays, Robotics, Sound Localization
Authors Ben-Reuven, Ehud
Singer, Yoram
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