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TIME DELAY DATABASE. AND ECULIDEAN DISTANCES. TIME DELAY DATABASE. Goals from last milestone: Choose between Excel or Matlab to use for Database. Done! We wrote code for a Matlab Database. Write code for Euclidean distance. Done! 3) Achieve localization.

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### TIME DELAY DATABASE

AND ECULIDEAN DISTANCES

TIME DELAY DATABASE

Goals from last milestone:

Choose between Excel or Matlab to use for Database.

Done! We wrote code for a Matlab Database.

Write code for Euclidean distance.

Done!

3) Achieve localization.

In-Progress.

4) Construct or use a GUI tool to display coordinate values.

In-Progress.

TIME DELAY DATABASE
• For each sample point in the Test Space (180 Total)
• Receive Onset values from each mic- 4 total
• Use Onset values to get the abs. difference
• Create a 1 dimensional (9 element array)
9 element array
• Create the 9 element array
• (x coordinate, y coordinate, z coordinate)
• Difference between Onset 1 and Onset 2
• Difference between Onset 1 and Onset 3
• Difference between Onset 1 and Onset 4
• Difference between Onset 2 and Onset 3
• Difference between Onset 2 and Onset 4
• Difference between Onset 3 and Onset 4
9 element array
• For each sample point.( 180 points)
• (x, y, z, ab, ac, ad, bc, bd, cd)
• Write the array in the database
• Continue the loop!
Euclidean Distance
• Once Database is complete, modify it for real-time and Euclidean distance.