The May covers are now available and feature exciting new research from this past month!
The JASA cover features a few panels of Figure 5 from “Source localization based on steered frequency–wavenumber analysis for sparse array,” by Y. H. Choi, J. S. Kim, and Gihoon Byun. The images depict results of waveguide simulation in the environment of SAVEX15, a shallow-water acoustic variability experiment conducted in May 2015.
Some other research was also highlighted on the May JASA cover:
- From Computational Acoustics, “Modal model prediction of surface waves and resonant characteristics of rectangular grooved gratings,” by Steve Mellish, Shahram Taherzadeh, and Keith Attenborough
- From Noise, “Numerical modeling of Mach-stem formation in high-amplitude time-reversal focusing,” by Brian D. Patchett, Brian E. Anderson, and Adam D. Kingsley
- From Speech Communication, “The effects of estimation accuracy, estimation approach, and number of selected channels using formant-priority channel selection for an “n-of-m” sound processing strategy for cochlear implants,” by Juliana N. Saba, Hussnain Ali, and John H. L. Hansen
- From Underwater Acoustics, “Broadband properties of potential and kinetic energies in an oceanic waveguide,” by Julien Flamant and Julien Bonnel
You can find the whole issue at https://pubs.aip.org/asa/jasa/issue/153/5.
The JASA Express Letters cover features an image of a simulated pressure field from figure 2 of “Transcranial ultrasound simulation with uncertainty estimation,” by Antonio Stanziola, José A. Pineda-Pardo, and Bradley Treeby. (Browse the rest of the issue at https://pubs.aip.org/asa/jel/issue/3/5.)