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Sound-Field Control in Enclosures by Spherical Arrays
Spherical microphone and loudspeaker arrays have been widely studied in the past decade, with applications ranging from room acoustics to active control and speech communication. A significant advance has also been presented with spherical loudspeaker arrays, with respect to array design and array processing. This work presents new developments in spherical loudspeaker arrays for sound-field control in rooms, showing how spherical multiple-input multiple-output systems can be employed to facilitate the control of sound-field radiation in enclosures.
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