AT Collections – Computation and Acoustics​

Computational methods play a prominent role in all areas of acoustical research. They are used, for example, to model sound waves propagating in complex environments and interactions between sound waves and vibrating structures, and to visualize and identify patterns in complex datasets. This collection includes general articles on computational acoustics, and several articles describing applications to ocean acoustics, room acoustics, musical acoustics, and virtual acoustic environments.

(prepared by D. Keith Wilson)