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Convolution of Simulated Room Impulse Response with Exciting Sound Signals
In this paper, an idea of sound signal simulation based on results from the mathematical model of a room is presented. The geometrical image method is described. First, results and conclusions from comparison between convolutions with real and simulated impulse response are discussed. Theory of the next experiments and an idea of objective comparison of results are added.
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