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Multi-zone Sound Field Representation in Recording and Reproduction Requires Fewer Microphones [2016-12-20]
Variable Step-size Subband Adaptive Filter Improves Convergence Performance [2016-12-20]
A New Type of Acoustic Topological Insulator Is Realized by Metamaterial Rings Array [2016-12-12]
Real-time Methods Localize Multiple Speech Sources [2016-12-12]
Scientists Find a New-typed Colloidal System [2016-12-02]
Way Prediction Approach Can Reduce Set-Associative Data Cache for Digital Signal Processors [2016-11-23]
Grid Optimization Based Methods Obtain Accurate Estimate for Doubly Spread Channels with Quite Low Complexity [2016-10-31]
Parameter Estimation Based Frame Synchronization Method Is Efficient and Reliable for Underwater Acoustic Communication [2016-10-28]
Reliable Statistical Procedures of Handling Sonar Data Help to Acquire More Accurate Estimation of Reverberation Statistical Model [2016-10-28]
Novel Combined Waveforms Offer Stronger Sonar Detection Performance [2016-10-27]
Optimized Acoustic Logging Transmitters Have Higher Transmitting Performance with Lower Resonance Frequencies [2016-10-25]
Scientists from Three Countries Work Together to Enhance Target Detection and Range Estimation Performances [2016-10-24]
The Symmetric Spectrum Shows Superiority in Partially Homogeneous Environment Detection [2016-10-24]
Researchers from China and the UK Work together to Improve Acoustic Techniques for Better Leak Detection in Fluid-filled Pipe Systems [2016-10-21]
Chinese and Italian Scientists Jointly Exploit Clutter and System Symmetry Properties to Improve Point-like Targets Detection Performance [2016-10-21]
A Powerful Experimental Tool of the Dynamic Photoelastic Technique Can Realize Incredible Phenomena in Backward Wave Propagation [2016-10-10]
IOA Scientists Form Antibubbles and Multilayer Antibubbles with Foams [2016-10-09]
The Surface Porous Layer Affects the Results of the Rayleigh Wave Exploration to Great Extent [2016-10-09]
A New Model Improves Stability and Accuracy of the Surface Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Inversion Result [2016-09-27]
Simplified Dispersion Relationships Found for Fluid-Dominated Axisymmetric Wave Motion in Buried Fluid-filled Pipes [2016-09-27]

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