acoustic domain

acoustic domain

[ə′küs·tik də′mān]
(acoustics)
A concentration of crystal lattice vibrations traveling at the speed of sound; used to generate light from an array of pn junctions.
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The system of equations for an acoustic domain becomes
The sound power radiating from the automatically matched layer to the acoustic domain can be assessed.
Operating on the surface enables sensing and communicating in the acoustic domain underwater and the radio frequency domain above water, providing real-time connectivity and relevance to the rest of the battle force.
OASA the software is an analysis of alternative signals and mainly used in the acoustic domain tool.
A microresonator converts RF electrical energy to the acoustic domain for processing before converting it back into the electrical domain.
The model posits that the acoustic domain (akin to Wernicke's area) contains large numbers of units located in auditory association cortices that represent acoustic features of phonemes.
The knowledge that allows a person to translate heard sound sequences into articulatory sequences, and thereby mediates repetition of both real words and non-words, is contained in the network that connects the acoustic domain to the articulatory motor domain (the acoustic to articulatory motor pattern associator, Figure 4, pathway 7-3).
Language development is not restricted to the acoustic domain. When the Sandanistas began formally instructing the deaf in sign language in Nicaragua, those who learned signing later in life exhibited a pidgin.
This is a book primarily about how vertebrates communicate in the visual and acoustic domains. In keeping with the spirit of a multidisciplinary analysis, Hauser justifies this coverage by wanting to concentrate on those communication systems that have been subject to a rather broad scope of investigations.
Although it doesn't replace FEA, BEA is superior to it for acoustic design optimization because MEs need to model only the boundary of the acoustic domain to solve exterior radiation or interior response problems.
The solution in the acoustic domain (or air) is determined by integrating the contribution from the boundary.
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