Adaptive Crosstalk Cancellation Using Common Acoustical Pole and Zero (CAPZ) Model
This paper introduces an adaptive crosstalk cancellation using Common Acoustical Pole and Zero (CAPZ) model for Head Related Transfer Function (HRTF). As the CAPZ model for HRTF provides an interpretation of the HRTF that the zeros describe the spatial difference due to acoustical propagation path and common poles describe the characteristics of human auditory system, we designed the proposed model to follow the zero components of the CAPZ model. Through simulations, it is verified that the proposed model provides enhanced performance comparing with conventional Finite Impulse Response model for HRTF.
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