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Simulation of Impulse Responses in Enclosed Spaces
In practice, impulse responses in rooms are calculated with algorithms that are based on models with limited physical validity, the ray tracing model, the mirror image source model or a mixture of both. This paper presents an alternative approach adopted from the seismic field, based on wave field extrapolation. Specular as well as non-specular reflections are simulated and detailed absorption properties of the boundaries can be taken into account.
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