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audibility

[‚ȯd·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(acoustics)
The state or quality of being heard.
The intensity of a received audio signal, usually expressed in decibels above or below 1 milliwatt using a stated single frequency sine wave.
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The study summarized that the improved outcomes are likely due to the autonomy staff were given to adjust the response of alarms for at risk patients, and the audibility of early event alarms before the patient's condition became critical.
The closest we can get to measuring audibility is whether someone mutes or un-mutes the ad but we can't measure whether the sound on the actual device is on in the first place.
For indeed, Butlers critique of the "conditions of audibility" governing public Jewish American discourse on Israel is, in many ways, a reworking of her arguments about of the conditions of intelligibility that govern the normatively gendered and sexed body.
The other world has always been available by way of its audibility. It's always been here--now--felt as the future in the present.
Antoine swallowed up most of the detail, nuance and audibility of these lighter-weight instruments.
However, a perceptual event is dependent not only on the audibility of the signal at the level of the ear, but also on how that sound is biologically coded, integrated, and used.
All 5 RCTs were related to alarm sounds and audibility, based on small sample sizes, and conducted in laboratories.
The speakers are designed with clear sound and rich bass effects which produces high quality audibility output to the listeners.
Appropriate logistics and audibility were more strongly linked with satisfaction (z = 2.30; p = 0.01 and z = 1.71; p = 0.04, respectively) and visitor experience and appreciation (z = 2.88; p < 0.01 and z = 2.32; p = 0.01, respectively) in programs with more children.
Reports of auroral audibility were extremely rare in nineteenth-century narratives but discussions of this anomalous phenomena exhibit the tensions inherent in Arctic science between experience and expertise, adding a new dimension to our understanding of intellectual practice in the Arctic and assisting in the deconstruction of two of the "great divides" of western Enlightenment traditions, namely science/indigenous knowledge and superstition/reason.
The patented technology broadcasts music into the jaw, which is then transmitted through the inner ear for audibility.
Meglena Kuneva, former EU Commissioner and independent presidential candidate at the end-October presidential elections, has vowed to change the tone of politics in Bulgaria towards an increasing audibility.