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Volume 155,
Issue 5,
May 2024

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The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America is the leading source of theoretical and experimental research results in the broad interdisciplinary subject of sound. The journal serves physical scientists, life scientists, engineers, psychologists, physiologists, architects, musicians, and speech communication specialists.

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Technical Area Picks
Gülnihan Atay, Zühre Sü Gül et al.
In medieval age, clay pots are utilized as multi-functional building elements serving not only for structural and ventilative purposes but also for the improvement of the acoustic qualities of the space...
Nathan Green, Antonio J. Torija et el.
This paper presents the results of a listening experiment designed to assess annoyance and perceived loudness (PL) for several unmanned aircraft system (UAS) operations, with the listener ...
Hongwei Zhang, Haiyan Wang et el.
Detecting acoustic signals in the ocean is crucial for port and coastal security, but existing methods often require informative priors. This paper introduces a new approach that transforms acoustic ...
Christine H. Shadle, Sean A. Fulop et el.
The reassigned spectrogram (RS) has emerged as the most accurate way to infer vocal tract resonances from the acoustic signal [Shadle, Nam, and Whalen (2016). “Comparing measurement ...
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Soyun Hwang, Hee Su Lee et al.
This study proposes the use of vocal resonators to enhance cardiac auscultation signals and evaluates their performance for voice-noise suppression. Data were collected using two electronic ...
Najeem Shajahan, William D. Halliday et al.
Increased ship traffic due to climate change increases underwater noise in the Arctic. Therefore, accurate measurements of underwater radiated noise are necessary to map marine sound and quantify ...
Ruoyu Wang, Y. Rosa Zheng
This paper investigates the impact of mobility on underwater acoustic communication networks in which the propagation delay is comparable to or larger than the packet duration. An underwater acoustic ...

 

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