acoustical model

acoustical model

[ə′küs·tə·kəl ′mäd·əl]
(civil engineering)
A model used to investigate certain acoustical properties of an auditorium or room such as sound pressure distribution, sound-ray paths, and focusing effects.

acoustical model

A model of an auditorium or room used to study certain acoustical properties of the full-sized enclosure, such as the distribution of sound pressure, the paths of sound rays, and focusing effects.
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The vibrational data of a surface can be used to develop an acoustical model to indicate the sound pressure level contribution of the surface.
In response to international customer demand, HP now offers the recently introduced HP Stethos electronic stethoscope and its classic acoustical model, the HP Rappaport-Sprague stethoscope, for sale on the Web.
That data is then transported back to our engineering labs where it is processed to form the acoustical models that the speech engine uses to recognize a speaker's voice.