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Forecasting Sound Impulse Response Using Neural Network
To improve the computation of sound impulse response for the virtual audio environment technique, a neural network approach has been developed to forecast the sound impulse response from the computed data obtained with simulation software. A three-layered neural network was used. Methodology of the approach and optimum architecture of the network are described. Application examples are presented and compared with practical response.
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