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Estimation of conformity for room acoustic transfer function models

Authors: Semencov S.G., Baykina L.R., Polovinkina T.V. Published: 12.10.2016
Published in issue: #5(110)/2016  
DOI: 10.18698/0236-3933-2016-5-14-25

 
Category: Instrument Engineering, Metrology, Information-Measuring Instruments and Systems | Chapter: Acoustic Instruments and Systems  
Keywords: acoustic transfer function, raytracing analysis, identification

The paper discusses methods of modeling the acoustic transfer functions for systems of active noise cancellation. For the purpose of this study we considered rooms with arbitrary shape. Based on a priori information about the managed object we proposed a new approach to modeling. Our work shows the high efficiency of tracer methods in modeling the transfer functions in the rooms of any shape. Finally, we assessed the conformity of the proposed models for various input types.

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