"""Compute sound field."""
from __future__ import division
from .. import util
from .. import defs
from .source import point
[docs]def p_array(x0, signals, weights, observation_time, grid, source=point,
"""Compute sound field for an array of secondary sources.
x0 : (N, 3) array_like
Sequence of secondary source positions.
signals : (N, C) array_like + float
Driving signals consisting of audio data (C channels) and a
sampling rate (in Hertz).
A `DelayedSignal` object can also be used.
weights : (C,) array_like
Additional weights applied during integration, e.g. source
observation_time : float
Simulation point in time (seconds).
grid : triple of array_like
The grid that is used for the sound field calculations.
source: function, optional
Source type is a function, returning scalar field.
For default, see `sfs.time.source.point()`.
c : float, optional
Speed of sound.
Sound pressure at grid positions.
if c is None:
c = defs.c
x0 = util.asarray_of_rows(x0)
data, samplerate, signal_offset = util.as_delayed_signal(signals)
weights = util.asarray_1d(weights)
channels = data.T
if not (len(weights) == len(x0) == len(channels)):
raise ValueError("Length mismatch")
# synthesize soundfield
p = 0
for channel, weight, position in zip(channels, weights, x0):
if weight != 0:
signal = channel, samplerate, signal_offset
p_s = source(position, signal, observation_time, grid, c)
p += p_s * weight # integrate over secondary sources