A Survey of Sound Source Localization and Detection Methods and Their Applications is a research report by Gabriel Jekateryńczuk and Zbigniew Piotrowski.

This research constitutes a comprehensive survey of sound source localization and detection methods, offering a detailed classification within the specified scientific fields. The study categorizes sound source localization systems based on criteria derived from existing literature. Additionally, it analyzes traditional methods rooted in propagation models and contemporary approaches employing machine learning and deep learning techniques. Special attention is given to providing intricate information on leveraging physical phenomena, mathematical relationships, and artificial intelligence for sound source localization. The article emphasizes the significance of these methods in both military and civilian contexts. The study concludes with a discussion on upcoming acoustic detection and localization trends, aiming to be a valuable resource for selecting the most suitable approach in this domain.

Publication Date– December 2023

A Survey of Sound Source Localization and Detection Methods and Their Applications contains the following major sections:

  • Introduction
  • Methods’ Classification
  • Acoustic Source Detection and Localization Methods
  • Acoustic Source Detection and Localization Applications
  • Future Directions and Trends
  • Conclusions

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