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Multisensory Processes The Auditory Perspective Editors: Adrian K. C. Lee, Mark T. Wallace, Allison B. Coffin, Arthur N. Popper, and Richard R. Fay
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From Biology to Bytes: Predicting the Path of Ultrasound Waves Through the Human Body – Bradley E. Treeby
Computer simulations are increasingly used to guide ultrasound therapies, but what makes a good model and when can we trust them?
Surprisingly, understanding how sound behaves in rocks is not very well-known.Surprisingly, understanding how sound behaves in rocks is not very well-known.
Satisfying Hunger, Thirst, and Acoustic Comfort in Restaurants, Diners, and Bars… Is This an Oxymoron? – Kenneth P. Roy
We all go to these places, but how can we ensure that the acoustic environment will be conducive to our needs?
Early attempts at synthesizing speech using mechanical models of the vocal tract prefigure modern embodied theories of speech production.