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T4.4: Speech transmission / privacy
Monday, 28/Aug/2017: 13:00 - 15:20 Session Chair: Yiu Wai Lam Session Chair: Yat Sze Choy
Location: S427 S427, Level 4, HKCEC
A design of comfortable masking sound for real-time informational masking
University of Auckland, New Zealand
A comparative study on the acoustic behaviour of free-standing curved and flat single panel screens in an open-plan enclosed environment
University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
Open space rooms - using a computational program to determine necessary elements of the acoustic treatment
Central Institute For Labour Protection -National Research Institute, Poland
Prediction of acoustic response and speech intelligibility based on a hybrid ray tracing / SEA technique.
ESI group north america, United States of America
Are existing speech-rating criteria adequate for characterizing speech in an unamplified soundscape?
1Techinsche Universität Berlin, Germany; 2HEAD-Genuit Stiftung
Subjective experiment on speech privacy focusing on speech intelligibility test
The University of Tokyo, Japan
Calculation of sound in workrooms to support noise control and acoustic optimization
DataKustik GmbH, Germany