Robust Crosstalk Cancellation Based on Energy-Based Control
This paper presents a robust crosstalk cancellation algorithm based on the control of acoustic energy density. Since it is known that energy density distribution in a space is more uniform than acoustic pressure, the control of energy density can provide more stable crosstalk cancellation than the case of controlling squared pressure. Thus, the proposed algo-rithm produces a robust crosstalk cancellation in the vicinity of error sensor. Simulation results confirm that the use of proposed algorithm provide stable zone of crosstalk cancellation, which contributes to the robustness in relation to movement of listener.
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