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Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics
Acoustics Today
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ASA Editors

  • ASA Editor-in-Chief: James F. Lynch
  • Charles C. Church, JASA Express Letters
  • Megan S. Ballard, POMA
  • Arthur N. Popper, Acoustics Today
  • Allan D. Pierce, Emeritus Editor-in-Chief

 

ASA Publications Staff

  • Liz Bury, Senior Managing Editor - ASA Publications
  • Ambri Phillips, Publications Business Administrator
  • Kelly Quigley, JASA Manuscript Manager
  • Saana McDaniel, JASA-EL Manuscript Manager
  • Helen Wall Murray, POMA Manuscript Manager
  • Kat Setzer, ASA Editorial Associate
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Daniel Farrell

Since 1929, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (JASA) has been the leading source of theoretical and experimental research results in the broad interdisciplinary subject of sound. The journal serves physical scientists, life scientists, engineers, psychologists, physiologists, architects, musicians, and speech communication specialists.

ASA Editor-in-Chief: James F. Lynch | JASA Editorial Board

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  • Finite element modeling of the effects of velopharyngeal opening on vocal tract reactance in female voice September 24, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 150, Issue 3, Page 2154-2162, September 2021. Classical singers use nasal consonants as “resonance exercises,” and experimental results have shown that singers may use some velopharyngeal opening (VPO), most often in [a:] and more seldom in [i:] or [u:]. In particular, male singers have been found […]
    Tomáš Vampola
  • Validation of the Iowa Test of Consonant Perception September 24, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 150, Issue 3, Page 2131-2153, September 2021. Speech perception (especially in background noise) is a critical problem for hearing-impaired listeners and an important issue for cognitive hearing science. Despite a plethora of standardized measures, few single-word closed-set tests uniformly sample the most frequently used phonemes and […]
    Jason Geller
  • The contribution of spectral processing to the acquisition of phonological sensitivity by adolescent cochlear implant users and normal-hearing controls September 23, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 150, Issue 3, Page 2116-2130, September 2021. This study tested the hypotheses that (1) adolescents with cochlear implants (CIs) experience impaired spectral processing abilities, and (2) those impaired spectral processing abilities constrain acquisition of skills based on sensitivity to phonological structure but not those based on […]
    Susan Nittrouer
  • Laser ultrasonics in a multilayer structure: Semi-analytic model and simulated examples September 22, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 150, Issue 3, Page 2065-2075, September 2021. Laser-generated elastic waves have been the subject of numerous experimental, theoretical, and numerical studies to describe the opto-acoustic generation process, involving electromagnetic, thermal, and elastic fields and their couplings in matter. Among the numerical methods for solving this multiphysical […]
    R. Hodé
  • Using rectified linear unit and swish based artificial neural networks to describe noise transfer in a full vehicle context September 22, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 150, Issue 3, Page 2088-2105, September 2021. Vehicle interior noise is a quality criterion of passenger cars. A considerable amount of resources is used to evaluate and design the acoustic environment with respect to given requirements. The customer's perception in the end-of-line vehicle is the main […]
    Dimitrios Ernst Tsokaktsidis

 

Beginning in January 2021, JASA Express Letters re-launched as an online-only gold-open access journal. JASA Express Letters is devoted to providing rapid and open dissemination of important new research results and technical discussion in all fields of acoustics. It serves physical scientists, life scientists, engineers, psychologists, physiologists, architects, musicians, and speech communication specialists who wish to quickly report the results of their acoustical research in letter-size contributions.

Editor: Charles C. Church | JASA-EL Editorial Board

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  • Auditory closure with visual cues: Relationship with working memory and semantic memory September 24, 2021
    JASA Express Letters, Volume 1, Issue 9, September 2021. The role of working memory (WM) and long-term lexical-semantic memory (LTM) in the perception of interrupted speech with and without visual cues, was studied in 29 native English speakers. Perceptual stimuli were periodically interrupted sentences filled with speech noise. The memory measures included an LTM semantic […]
    Naveen K. Nagaraj
  • Direction-of-arrival estimation for coherent signals through covariance-based grid free compressive sensing September 22, 2021
    JASA Express Letters, Volume 1, Issue 9, September 2021. This letter solves direction-of-arrival (DOA) estimation of coherent signals for uniform linear array. The proposed method reformulates the covariance matrix as a multiple-snapshot array output model to obtain a high array signal-to-noise ratio. Then the scheme of the atomic norm minimization [Yang and Xie, IEEE Trans. […]
    Yahao Zhang
  • Head-wave correlations in layered seabed: Theory and modeling September 21, 2021
    JASA Express Letters, Volume 1, Issue 9, September 2021. This paper derives travel times and arrival angles of head-wave correlations from ocean ambient noise in shallow water over a layered seabed. The upcoming and surface reflected head-wave noise signal received at two receivers from the same interface are correlated, and their travel time differences give […]
    Jie Li
  • Effect of listeners' language backgrounds on pure tone detection in temporally modulated noise September 21, 2021
    JASA Express Letters, Volume 1, Issue 9, September 2021. Previous studies in our laboratory showed that English-native listeners had greater masking release from the temporal variation in noise than Chinese-native listeners in speech perception tasks. The goal of this study was to examine whether the advantage of temporal dip listening for English-native listeners was also […]
    Heng Yin
  • Speech intelligibility and talker gender classification with noise-vocoded and tone-vocoded speech September 20, 2021
    JASA Express Letters, Volume 1, Issue 9, September 2021. Vocoded speech provides less spectral information than natural, unprocessed speech, negatively affecting listener performance on speech intelligibility and talker gender classification tasks. In this study, young normal-hearing participants listened to noise-vocoded and tone-vocoded (i.e., sinewave-vocoded) sentences containing 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, or 32 channels, as […]
    Sarah Villard

Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics (POMA) is an editor-reviewed, open-access, online journal published by the Acoustical Society of America (ASA). Articles originate as papers presented at semiannual ASA meetings or at other cosponsored meetings. Researchers and practitioners are encouraged to submit manuscripts to POMA.

Editor: Megan S. Ballard | POMA Editorial Board

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  • Underwater optical wireless communication with subcarrier intensity modulation: an experimental demonstration September 17, 2021
    Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, Volume 44, Issue 1, June 2021. This paper presents an experimental study of an underwater optical wireless communications system (UOWC). The potential of UOWC and how it can operate alongside acoustic based communications in a hybrid system is outlined. The channel characteristics, in terms of the inherent optical properties of […]
    Wasiu O. Popoola
  • Area and depth coverage assessment for low-frequency synthetic aperture sonar unexploded ordnance detection surveys September 15, 2021
    Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, Volume 44, Issue 1, June 2021. Low frequency synthetic aperture sonar (LF-SAS) is a key technique for the detection and characterization of unexploded ordnance (UXO) in the underwater environment. For buried UXO, however, it is rather difficult to determine the range and depth up to which the detection of UXO […]
    Robbert van Vossen
  • Optimization of active sonar parameters in a measured environment September 13, 2021
    Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, Volume 44, Issue 1, June 2021. Sonar operation in coastal waters is challenging due to high false alarm rates and strongly varying sonar conditions. Optimal choices for sonar design and pulse characteristics depend strongly on target location and velocity, as well as the present environment. Given a description of the […]
    Karl Thomas Hjelmervik
  • Three-dimensional convolutional neural networks for target classification with volumetric sonar data August 31, 2021
    Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, Volume 44, Issue 1, June 2021. Efficient three-dimensional (3-d) convolutional neural networks (CNNs) are designed and trained for an underwater target classification task with volumetric synthetic aperture sonar (SAS) imagery. (The third dimension of the data represents depth into the sediment, thereby enabling the consideration of buried underwater objects.) The […]
    David P. Williams
  • Active sonar performance modelling for Doppler-sensitive pulses August 31, 2021
    Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, Volume 44, Issue 1, June 2021. Accurate sonar performance modelling is essential to predict likely detection ranges that can be obtained by employing active anti-submarine warfare sonars. Reverberation forms an important source of interference for active sonar performance, the effects of which can be diminished by using Doppler-sensitive pulses. Therefore, […]
    Iris Hartstra

 

Acoustics Today is the open access scientific magazine of the Acoustical Society of America. Today provides scholarly articles and essays about topics that cover the broad range of the acoustics discipline.. The articles, all of which are invited, are reviews of topics that will be of interest to, and easily understood, by individuals with a reasonably strong background in any area of acoustics.

Editor: Arthur N. Popper | AT Editorial Board

Institutional Subscription Rates

Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 2021 Rates

(includes the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, JASA Express Letters, Acoustics Today magazine, and online-only archival publications: Acoustics Research Letters Online, Noise Control magazine, Sound: Its Uses and Control magazine)

Access TypeOnline Access Years Covered2021 VolumesNo. IssuesE-ISSN/ISSNUSAOutside USA
  149 & 150120001-4966  
Frontfile only1999-2021   $2,602$2,602
Frontfile with backfiles1929-2021   $3,253$3,253
Frontfile and Print1999-2021   $2,888$3,073
Frontfile and Print with backfiles1929-2021   $3,539$3,724

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