Modelling, Simulation and Data Analysis in Acoustical Problems

Modelling and simulation in acoustics is currently gaining importance. In fact, with the development and improvement of innovative computational techniques and with the growing need for predictive models, an impressive boost has been observed in several research and application areas, such as noise...

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Main Author: Guarnaccia, Claudio
Other Authors: Tronchin, Lamberto, Viscardi, Massimo
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Basel, Switzerland MDPI - Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute 2020
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653 |a speech sparsity 
653 |a ultrasound hyperthermia 
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653 |a soil depth 
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653 |a resonance frequency 
653 |a cochlear implant 
653 |a signal self-cancellation 
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653 |a taper ratio 
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653 |a historical acoustics 
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653 |a multichannel electroglottograph 
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653 |a seismic excitation 
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653 |a MRI 
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653 |a Westervelt equation 
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653 |a Direction of Arrival (DOA) 
653 |a fractional order derivative 
653 |a perforate tube silencer 
653 |a spatial power spectrum 
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653 |a rim radiation 
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653 |a finite element method and Boundary element method 
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653 |a l1-regularized RLS 
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653 |a OFDM 
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653 |a rail defect detection 
653 |a total least squares 
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653 |a insertion loss 
653 |a pressure loss 
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653 |a room impulse response 
653 |a minimum variance distortionless response 
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653 |a auditory perception 
653 |a stereo audio coding 
653 |a seaquake 
653 |a Analytical solutions 
653 |a piano playing 
653 |a fluid-filled polyethylene (PE) pipeline 
653 |a thermal damage zone 
653 |a larynx acoustics 
653 |a acoustical measurements 
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653 |a wavelets 
653 |a moving sound source 
653 |a Fixed-Channel 
653 |a error analysis 
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653 |a diffraction 
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653 |a actuators 
653 |a sensors 
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520 |a Modelling and simulation in acoustics is currently gaining importance. In fact, with the development and improvement of innovative computational techniques and with the growing need for predictive models, an impressive boost has been observed in several research and application areas, such as noise control, indoor acoustics, and industrial applications. This led us to the proposal of a special issue about “Modelling, Simulation and Data Analysis in Acoustical Problems”, as we believe in the importance of these topics in modern acoustics’ studies. In total, 81 papers were submitted and 33 of them were published, with an acceptance rate of 37.5%. According to the number of papers submitted, it can be affirmed that this is a trending topic in the scientific and academic community and this special issue will try to provide a future reference for the research that will be developed in coming years.