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SpatialInterpolator

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SpatialInterpolator

class acoular.tprocess.SpatialInterpolator

Bases: acoular.tprocess.TimeInOut

Base class for spatial interpolation of microphone data. Gets samples from source and generates output via the generator result()

mpos_real = Instance(MicGeom, desc="microphone geometry")

MicGeom object that provides the real microphone locations.

mpos_virtual = Instance(MicGeom, desc="microphone geometry")

MicGeom object that provides the virtual microphone locations.

source = Instance(SamplesGenerator)

Data source; SamplesGenerator or derived object.

method = Trait('linear', 'spline', 'rbf-multiquadric', 'rbf-cubic',\ 'custom', 'sinc', desc="method for interpolation used")

Interpolation method in spacial domain, defaults to

array_dimension = Trait('1D', '2D',\ 'ring', '3D', 'custom', desc="spacial dimensionality of the array geometry")

spacial dimensionality of the array geometry

sample_freq = Delegate('source', 'sample_freq')

Sampling frequency of output signal, as given by source.

numchannels = Property()

Number of channels in output.

numsamples = Delegate('source', 'numsamples')

Number of samples in output, as given by source.

interp_at_zero = Bool(False)

Interpolate a point at the origin of the Array geometry

Q = CArray(dtype=float64, shape=(3, 3), value=identity(3))

The rotation must be around the z-axis, which means from x to y axis. If the coordinates are not build like that, than this 3x3 orthogonal transformation matrix Q can be used to modify the coordinates. It is assumed that with the modified coordinates the rotation is around the z-axis. The transformation is done via [x,y,z]_mod = Q * [x,y,z]. (default is Identity).

sinc_mic(self, r)

Modified Sinc function for Radial Basis function approximation

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