Pawel Strumillo

Pawel Strumillo received the Ph.D. degree in technical sciences from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, U.K. in 1993, and D.Sc. degree (habilitation) in electronics from the Technical University of Lodz (TUL), Poland in 2002. Currently, he holds the position of professor at TUL and is the head of the Medical Electronics Division. His research interests include: processing of biomedical and acoustic signal, computational intelligence and human-computer interaction systems. He has authored more than 100 publications in these fields. He has been principal and co-principal investigator of research grants on electronic systems aiding the blind in independent travel. Results of these projects were awarded at international innovation exhibitions. He has also received a number of industry grants from the Orange Telecommunications Group. He is a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and member of board of the Polish Neural Network Society.

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Sound source localization is an important research field that has attracted researchers' efforts from many technical and biomedical sciences. Sound source localization (SSL) is defined as the determination of the direction from a receiver, but also includes the distance from it. Because of the wave nature of sound propagation, phenomena such as refraction, diffraction, diffusion, reflection, reverberation and interference occur. The wide spectrum of sound frequencies that range from infrasounds through acoustic sounds to ultrasounds, also introduces difficulties, as different spectrum components have different penetration properties through the medium. Consequently, SSL is a complex computation problem and development of robust sound localization techniques calls for different approaches, including multisensor schemes, null-steering beamforming and time-difference arrival techniques. The book offers a rich source of valuable material on advances on SSL techniques and their applications that should appeal to researches representing diverse engineering and scientific disciplines.

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