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Evaluating signal-to-noise ratios, loudness, and related measures as indicators of airborne sound insulation
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FIG. 1.

Correlation coefficients versus frequency from correlations of mean annoyance and mean loudness ratings of music sounds with -octave band TL values. The standard deviations (STDev) of the wall TL values are also plotted for comparison and have values indicated by the right hand scale.

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FIG. 2.

Correlation coefficients versus frequency from correlations of mean annoyance and mean loudness ratings of speech sounds as well as mean speech intelligibility scores (Refs. 7 and 8) with -octave band TL values. The standard deviations (STDev) of the wall TL values are also plotted for comparison and have values indicated by the right hand scale.

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FIG. 3.

Mean annoyance ratings of speech and music sounds versus AA(63–250) and best-ft Boltzmann regression lines (music: , speech: ).

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FIG. 4.

Mean annoyance ratings of speech and music sounds as well as mean speech intelligibility scores versus AA(100–5000) and best-ft Boltzmann regression lines (music: , speech: , speech intelligibility: ).

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Mean annoyance ratings of speech and music sounds versus AI values and best-ft Boltzmann regression lines (music: , speech: ).

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FIG. 6.

Mean annoyance ratings of speech and music sounds versus values and best-ft Boltzmann regression lines, [Music: , Speech: ].

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FIG. 7.

Mean annoyance ratings of speech and music sounds versus values and best-ft Boltzmann regression lines (music: , speech: ).

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FIG. 8.

Fraction of subjects finding sounds just audible versus values and best-ft Boltzmann regression lines (music: , speech: ).

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Mean annoyance ratings of speech and music sounds versus -weighted level differences using a pink source spectrum and best-ft Boltzmann regression lines (music: , speech ).

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Fraction of subjects finding sounds just audible versus -weighted level differences, , using an E597 source spectrum and best-ft Boltzmann regression lines (music: , speech: ).

Tables

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TABLE I.

Summary of values from Boltzmann equation fits to mean annoyance and mean loudness ratings versus several arithmetic average TL measures , calculated over the frequency ranges from to . values equal to or greater than 0.95 are in bold font.

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TABLE II.

Summary of values from Boltzmann equation fits to mean annoyance and mean loudness ratings versus several energy average TL measures , calculated over the frequency ranges from to . values equal to or greater than 0.95 are in bold font.

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TABLE III.

Summary of values from Boltzmann equation fits to mean annoyance and mean loudness ratings versus speech intelligibility and loudness related measures. values equal to or greater than 0.95 are in bold font.

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TABLE IV.

Summary of values from Boltzmann regression equations fitted to plots of audibility ratings versus various sound insulation measures. values equal to or greater than 0.95 are in bold font. Results for STC, , , and from Ref. 4.

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TABLE V.

Description of the -weighted level difference measures calculated.

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TABLE VI.

Summary of values for Boltzmann regression equations fitted to plots of mean responses versus various -weighted level differences. values equal to or greater than 0.95 are in bold font. As described in previous sections, the STA and measures include frequencies from .

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TABLE VII.

Summary of values and Boltzmann equation regression coefficients (Ref. 6) of the main cases for music sounds in this study. values equal to or greater than 0.95 are in bold font. An is statistically significant at and at .

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TABLE VIII.

Summary of values and Boltzmann equation regression coefficients (Ref. 6) of the main cases for speech sounds in this study. values equal to or greater than 0.95 are in bold font. An is statistically significant at and at .

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TABLE IX.

Lists of sound insulation measures arranged by category and sub-category.

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Scitation: Evaluating signal-to-noise ratios, loudness, and related measures as indicators of airborne sound insulation
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/126/3/10.1121/1.3192347
10.1121/1.3192347
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