Spatial and 3D Audio Systems



Eker, Ada Meriç; Atakuman, Çiğdem; Department of Settlement Archaeology (2023-2)
Rock art is a relatively neglected field in Anatolian archaeology, mainly because of the problem of dating in the lack of clearly associated archaeological deposits. The little research conducted on the subject is restricted to regional documentation rather than providing an explanatory framework for the existence of rock art. The main aim of this work is to explain the function and meaning of Anatolian rock art. A comprehensive database containing data on rock art's location, dating, style, and content is ...
Spatial synchronization of audiovisual objects by 3D audio object coding
Günel Kılıç, Banu; Kondoz, Ahmet M. (2010-12-01)
Free viewpoint video enables the visualisation of a scene from arbitrary viewpoints and directions. However, this flexibility in video rendering provides a challenge in 3D media for achieving spatial synchronicity between the audio and video objects. When the viewpoint is changed, its effect on the perceived audio scene should be considered to avoid mismatches in the perceived positions of audiovisual objects. Spatial audio coding with such flexibility requires decomposing the sound scene into audio objects...
Spatial and temporal analysis of water quality parameters in Mogan Lake
Yenilmez, Firdes; Keskin, Fatih; Aksoy, Ayşegül (2010-06-05)
Spatial attributes of learning environments that catalyze the mental and socio-psychological factors enhancing design students’ creativity
Atak Akbulut, Hazal; Ataöv Demirkan, Anlı; Department of City and Regional Planning (2014)
This study aims at extracting the relationality of spatial attributes with the mental and socio-psychological attributes that enhance the process of creativity. To do this, the study investigates these attributes and the generation of a creative act, defined as novel and valuable. In this way, the study aims at reaching the spatial attributes which can be implemented in designing a creativity stimulating environment. Previous studies describe creativity as a social process. In the various phases of this pro...
Spatially Coupled Codes Optimized for Magnetic Recording Applications
Esfahanizadeh, Homa; Hareedy, Ahmed; Dolecek, Lara (2017-02-01)
© 1965-2012 IEEE.Spatially coupled (SC) codes are a class of sparse graph-based codes known to have capacity-approaching performance. SC codes are constructed based on an underlying low-density parity-check (LDPC) code, by first partitioning the underlying block code and then putting replicas of the components together. Significant recent research efforts have been devoted to the asymptotic, ensemble-averaged study of SC codes, as these coupled variants of the existing LDPC codes offer excellent properties....
Citation Formats
H. Hacıhabiboğlu, Spatial and 3D Audio Systems. 2019, p. 6029.