Acoustical Society of America
146th Meeting Lay Language Papers

New papers are being added up to the time of the meeting, so please check back regularly. Melville, New York, October 26, 2003

The following are lay language papers being presented at the 146th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America to be held November 10 - 14 in Austin, Texas.


Three-dimensional Underwater Imaging for Fisheries Research by F. Gerlotto, P. Fernandes, E.J. Simmonds, S. Georgakarakos, P. Brehmer, D. Reid, P. Copland, and J. Paramo

Children's Need for Favorable Acoustics in Schools by Peggy Nelson


"Artificial Mouth" for Wind Musical Instruments by Joel Gilber

Feathering Collisions in Beating Reed Simulation by Tamara Smyth, Jonathan Abel and Julius O. Smith III

Let's Hear How Big You Are by Stephane G. Conti , Philippe Roux, David A. Demer, and Julien de Rosny

Do We Feel What We Hear? by M. Ercan Altinsoy, Jens Blauert, and Richard H.Y. So

Smart Hearing Protector by Ed Nykaza and Tom Frank

Auditory Color Constancy by Keith R. Kluender and Michael Kiefte

Using Sound to See and Stop Bleeds by Neil Owen, Michael R. Bailey, James Hossack, Larry Crum and Yongmin Kim

Chilling Trumpets: Does It Have An Acoustic Effect? by Jesse N. Jones IV and Chris B. Rogers

Reversing Time: A Way To Unravel Distorted Communications? by James V. Candy


Is A Grand Piano Always Better Than An Upright Piano? by Klaus Wogram and Taro Mori

Concentrating and Levitating Aerosols Using Sound by Greg Kaduchak, Christopher Kwiatkowski and Dipen Sinha

To Rise or to Fall: That is the Question by Ann K. Syrdal and Matthias Jilka

The Law is Not Science: The Validity of Voice Identification by Peter Ladefoged

Could The Gunshot Be Heard? by Paul Schomer

Oh Say Can You Hear: Are Train Horns Audible Inside Vehicles Near Railroad Crossings? by Jack E. Randorff


Do Goldfish Miss The Fundamental? by Richard R. Fay

Can Technological Solutions Prevent Manatee/Boat Collisions? by Katherine J. Frisch

Finding Delaminations in Concrete Bridge Decks by R. Daniel Costley and Gary M. Boudreaux

Computing the Difference Between Speech and Song by David Gerhard

Pumping Up the Ear by David C. Mountain and K. Domenica Karavitaki

Vibrato and Violin Quality by Colin Gough

Counted Cards and Fixed Dice: Statistical Learning of Speech (and Non-speech) Categories by Lori L. Holt and Andrew J. Lotto

Can Speech Recognizers Be Trained Like Humans? by Katrin Kirchhoff

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