Methods for adapting the output of a two dimensional Kirchoff-variable digital waveguide mesh to better match that of a 3D mesh, both of which are intended to model the same acoustic space, are presented. Details of the methods, including quality of output and computational demands, are given along with details of how they are incorporated into the hybrid system within which they are employed.
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