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  • A series approximation to the Kirchhoff integral for Gaussian and exponential roughness covariance functions June 15, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 149, Issue 6, Page 4239-4247, June 2021. The Kirchhoff integral is a fundamental integral in scattering theory, appearing in both the Kirchhoff approximation and the small slope approximation. In this work, a functional Taylor series approximation to the Kirchhoff integral is presented, under the condition that […]
    Derek R. Olson
  • Localization of tones in a room by moving listeners June 15, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 149, Issue 6, Page 4159-4179, June 2021. It is difficult to localize the source of a tone in a room because standing waves lead to complicated interaural differences that become uninterpretable localization cues. This paper tests the conjecture that localization improves if the listener can move […]
    Eric J. Macaulay
  • BeamLearning: An end-to-end deep learning approach for the angular localization of sound sources using raw multichannel acoustic pressure data June 15, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 149, Issue 6, Page 4248-4263, June 2021. Sound source localization using multichannel signal processing has been a subject of active research for decades. In recent years, the use of deep learning in audio signal processing has significantly improved the performances for machine hearing. This has motivated […]
    Hadrien Pujol
  • The acoustical properties of tetraethyl orthosilicate based granular silica aerogels June 15, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 149, Issue 6, Page 4149-4158, June 2021. Available data suggests that granulated aerogels can be of interest in terms of their sound absorption performance in the audio frequency range. However, there is still no thorough understanding of the complex physical phenomena which are responsible for their […]
    H. Begum
  • Acoustic tracking of fin whales: Habitat use and movement patterns within a Canadian Pacific fjord system June 15, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 149, Issue 6, Page 4264-4280, June 2021. Fin whale 20 Hz calls were detected, localized, and tracked using a 10 km aperture network of three acoustic receivers deployed for 11 months in a Pacific Canadian fjord system. The area has been historically important for fin whales and is located […]
    Benjamin Hendricks
  • Consonant voicing in the Buckeye corpus June 15, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 149, Issue 6, Page 4190-4197, June 2021. Many claims about the prevalence of phonetic voicing in English obstruents have been made in the literature over the decades, particularly concerning the stops and affricate [b, d, ɡ, ʤ]. An examination of this literature reveals that many of […]
    Sean A. Fulop
  • Acoustofluidic device for acoustic capture of Bacillus anthracis spore analogues at low concentration June 15, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 149, Issue 6, Page 4228-4238, June 2021. A portable device for the rapid concentration of Bacillus subtilis var niger spores, also known as Bacillus globigii (BG), using a thin-reflector acoustofluidic configuration is described. BG spores form an important laboratory analog for the Bacillus anthracis spores, a […]
    Filip Plazonic
  • The effects of native prosodic system and segmental context on Cantonese tone perception by Mandarin and Japanese listeners June 15, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 149, Issue 6, Page 4214-4227, June 2021. This study explores the effects of native prosodic system and segmental context on the perception of Cantonese tones by Mandarin and Japanese listeners. In Experiment 1, 13 Mandarin and 13 Japanese subjects took part in a two-alternative forced-choice discrimination […]
    Min Zhu
  • Acoustic streaming induced by MHz-frequency ultrasound extends the volume limit of cell suspension culture June 15, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 149, Issue 6, Page 4180-4189, June 2021. Large-scale cell suspension culture technology opens up opportunities for numerous medical and bioengineering applications. For these purposes, scale-up of the culture system is paramount. For initial small-scale culture, a simple static suspension culture (SSC) is generally employed. However, cell […]
    Taigo Oyama
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