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|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
David Ian Havelock; Sonoko Kuwano; Michael Vorländer; SpringerLink (Service en ligne)
Titre de l'écran-titre (visionné le 27 janvier 2009).
|Description:||xxvii, 1950 p. : fichiers PDF.|
|Contents:||1. Acoustical oceanography Models for Propagation Codes Transducer Arrays: structure, data acquisition, signal generation, calibration Sonar MFP Tomography Other Inverse Techniques Signal and Noise Characteristics 2. Active Noise Control Principles of adaptive techniques Plant modeling Sound/vibration field sensing Actuator characteristics and requirements Performance limitations Multi-channel systems Performance and complexity 3. Animal bioacoustics Recording and monitoring systems Models of echolocation Hearing performance and modelling Characteristics of calls Stimuli generation Locating and tracking Archives and Databases of signals 4. Architectural acoustics Room models Measurement of transmissions, absorption, reverberation, etc. Sound fields (definitions, criteria, measurement, typical values) MLS and other coded signals Auralization: Modelling techniques, listening modes, processing requirements, existing systems, performace Artificial reverberation Sound reinforcement Acoustic privacy 5. Audio engineering Transducer modeling Loudspeaker performance characteristics Audio recording and playback formats Audio-visual interaction ADC, DAC, and Codec technologies Multi-channel sound and Virtual audio Restoration Digital audio editing Effects generation 6. Auditory System, Hearing Modeling of hearing Thresholds and Masking Frequency and level discrimination Binaural hearing and spatialization HRTF HATS and other physical models Hearing aids Auditory illusions 7. Education in acoustics 8. Electroacoustics Microphone types and their characteristics Vibration sensors and their characteristics Acoustic actuators and their characteristics Smart sensors and actuators 9. Engineering acoustics 10. Infrasonics Background noise and source signals Sensors and their characteristics Propagation models Event detection Data archiving Source identification 11. Musical Acoustics Computer music synthesis and composition Computer music recognition and analysis Singing voice analysis, synthesis, and processing Instrument measurement, modeling and synthesis Coding and compression of music 12. Noise Noise source modeling Acoustic holography Atmospheric sound propagation Source localization Noise evaluation and Annoyance thresholds 13. Non-linear acoustics Propagation equations and codes Example non-linear systems Parametric array Measurement methods Detection of non-linearities 14. Psychoacoustics Perceptual models Cochlear implants Auditory alarms 15. Seismology Seismic Coda Acoustic Profiling Propagation modes and properties for modeling Seismo-acoustic coupling 16. Speech Characteristics of speech as signals Synthesis Recognition Intelligibility and quality metrics Corpus for tests Coding and compression Display and analysis 17. Strutural acoustics and vibration BEM, FEM, EA, etc. Actuator design and deployment Propagation and radiation Machine diagnostics and prognosis Modeling, measuring and analyzing shock Materials testing 18. Telecomm POTS Wideband Echo supression Hearing aids Handset, Headset, and Wireless standards Systems for handicapped users 19. Ultrasonics|
|Responsibility:||[edited by] David Havelock, Sonoko Kuwano, Michael Vorländer.|
From the reviews: "The 'Handbook of Signal Processing in Acoustics' provides an excellent reference for practicing acousticians and engineers. ... encompasses essential background material, technical