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Examining the use of a time-varying loudness algorithm for quantifying characteristics of nonlinearly propagated noise (L)
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(Color online) The short-term loudness represented as a loudness level (LL ST) in phon of the linearly propagated, nonlinearly propagated, and rephased waveforms.1

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(Color online) (a) LL ST and (b) LL Inst for the nonlinearly propagated and the modulated rephased signals.

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(Color online) (a) The waveform of the nonlinear signal. (b) The time derivative (first difference) of the pressure waveform (notice the presence of acoustic shocks as positive spikes in the trace). (c) The instantaneous loudness level (notice the location of the peaks relative to the location of the shocks).

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Scitation: Examining the use of a time-varying loudness algorithm for quantifying characteristics of nonlinearly propagated noise (L)
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/129/5/10.1121/1.3569710
10.1121/1.3569710
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