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Near-field/far-field source localization in ocean with an acoustic vector sensor array using polynomial rooting
2013 Ocean Electronics (SYMPOL)
In this paper, we consider the problem of three-dimensional (3D -azimuth, elevation/depth and range) localization of a single acoustic source using an array of acoustic vector sensors (AVS). Localization algorithms such as multiple signal classification (MUSIC) require a 3D search over the location parameter space which is computationally expensive. Several methods have been proposed based on arrays of acoustic pressure sensors (APS) ,  which simplified this search to polynomial rootingdoi:10.1109/sympol.2013.6701945 fatcat:pf424yrn3bdebicbkirqr2aeve