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Formation of Acoustic Images from Spatial Coherence Functions: Processing by Superresolution Techniques

  • Y. Biraud (a1), B. Escudié (a2), A. Hellion (a3) and J. Munier (a4)

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Radioastronomy deals with radiowaves emitted by different kinds of sources. These sources are very far from the receiving antenna; the distance R is very large compared with the wavelength. In acoustic imagery of noise sources the conditions are quite different.

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Formation of Acoustic Images from Spatial Coherence Functions: Processing by Superresolution Techniques

  • Y. Biraud (a1), B. Escudié (a2), A. Hellion (a3) and J. Munier (a4)

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