The multi-dimensionality of directivity is discussed, and reasons for its considerations are developed. A method for the development of a 'required directivity' function is presented, and used to derive a particular solution procedure. A simple practical example is calculated. The directivity of a single point array is explored, and a simple procedure for approximating the directivity is described.
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