Aachener Beiträge zur Akustik, Bd. 34
Ideally, a directional room impulse response measurement consists of a single session and allows for the flexibility of choosing the desired directivity patterns in post-processing by combining different impulse response sub-sets. Such a procedure requires specialized measurement arrays. The lack of knowledge about the required level of directional detail, physical constraints of the array construction, and expected measurement artifacts hinder and feed-back into the development of the instruments and methods. This thesis explores these requirements and limits, focusing primarily on the design of suitable sources allowing for directional room impulse response measurement procedures with variable directivity.
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