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  • Phonetic change in an Antarctic winter November 13, 2019
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 146, Issue 5, Page 3327-3332, November 2019. An acoustic analysis was made of the speech characteristics of individuals recorded before and during a prolonged stay in Antarctica. A computational model was used to predict the expected changes due to close contact and isolation, which were then […]
    Jonathan Harrington
  • A speech-based computational auditory signal processing and perception model November 13, 2019
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 146, Issue 5, Page 3306-3317, November 2019. A new speech intelligibility prediction model is presented which is based on the Computational Auditory Signal Processing and Perception model (CASP) of Jepsen, Ewert, and Dau [(2008). J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 124(1), 422–438]. The model combines a non-linear auditory-inspired […]
    Helia Relaño-Iborra
  • REVIEWS OF ACOUSTICAL PATENTS November 13, 2019
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 146, Issue 5, Page 3302-3305, November 2019. The purpose of these acoustical patent reviews is to provide enough information for a Journal reader to decide whether to seek more information from the patent itself. Any opinions expressed here are those of the reviewers as individuals and […]
    Sean A. Fulop
  • Psychoacoustic measurement of phase and level for cross-talk cancellation using bilateral bone transducers: Comparison of methods November 13, 2019
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 146, Issue 5, Page 3295-3301, November 2019. Two bone-conduction hearing aids (BCHAs) could deliver improved stereo separation using cross-talk cancellation. Sound vibrations from each BCHA would be cancelled at the contralateral cochlea by an out-of-phase signal of the same level from the ipsilateral BCHA. A method […]
    Robert W. J. Mcleod
  • The first order statistics of backscatter from the fractal branching vasculature November 13, 2019
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 146, Issue 5, Page 3318-3326, November 2019. The issue of speckle statistics from ultrasound images of soft tissues such as the liver has a long and rich history. A number of theoretical distributions, some related to random scatterers or fades in optics and radar, have been […]
    Kevin J. Parker
  • Wave propagation and scattering in reinforced concrete beams November 12, 2019
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 146, Issue 5, Page 3283-3294, November 2019. Steel reinforcement bars (rebars) are vital to the strength of reinforced concrete (RC) structures, but can become damaged due to corrosion. Such damage is generally invisible and non-destructive testing methods are needed to assess their integrity. Guided wave methods […]
    Evelyne El Masri
  • Effects of rate and age in processing interaural time and level differences in normal-hearing and bilateral cochlear-implant listeners November 12, 2019
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 146, Issue 5, Page 3232-3254, November 2019. Bilateral cochlear implants (BICIs) provide improved sound localization and speech understanding in noise compared to unilateral CIs. However, normal-hearing (NH) listeners demonstrate superior binaural processing abilities compared to BICI listeners. This investigation sought to understand differences between NH and […]
    Sean R. Anderson
  • Sensitivity analysis of a parabolic equation model to ground impedance and surface roughness for wind turbine noise November 12, 2019
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 146, Issue 5, Page 3222-3231, November 2019. Input parameters of outdoor sound prediction models are related to environmental phenomena, such as atmospheric conditions and ground properties, which are variable in both time and space. In order to obtain reliable predictions, it is essential to get information […]
    Bill Kayser
  • Corner vowels in males and females ages 4 to 20 years: Fundamental and F1–F4 formant frequencies November 12, 2019
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 146, Issue 5, Page 3255-3274, November 2019. The purpose of this study was to determine the developmental trajectory of the four corner vowels' fundamental frequency (fo) and the first four formant frequencies (F1–F4), and to assess when speaker-sex differences emerge. Five words per vowel, two of […]
    Houri K. Vorperian
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