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Acoustic Ideas Toolboxes for MATLAB  
The four Acoustic Ideas Toolboxes for MATLAB allow computation of ultrasonic focusing parameters for phased array probes, import/export to phased array instrumentation, ultrasonic field simulation, and calibration of malformed phased array probes.
Submitted: Mar 05, 2004
MATLAB codes for Speech Signal Processing  
Really helpful to those who want to understand the algorithms used in Speech Signal Processing.
Submitted: Jul 01, 2005
Dynamic Time Warp (DTW) in Matlab  
The code and example on this page show a simple implementation of dynamic time warp alignment between soundfiles. In addition to using this for scoring the similarity between sounds, we can also use it to `warp' a soundfile to match the timing of a reference, for instance to synchronize two utterances of the same words.
Submitted: Jun 08, 2005
SINUS Measurement Toolbox (SMT) for MATLAB®  
Two families of data acquisition hardware with a common dynamic MATLAB® interface for the field of acoustics & vibration.
Submitted: Jul 15, 2004
SIMTEST Toolbox - Vibration analysis and control for multi-axis simulation testing  
The SIMTEST Toolbox addresses the needs of noise, vibration, and structural durability test laboratories for multichannel dynamic analysis and control. It provides advanced vibration analysis and control capabilities for multi-axis simulation testing applications. Functionality includes multichannel spectral analysis, digital filtering, coherence analysis, system modeling, and drive signal development.
Submitted: Apr 07, 2000
VTAR - Vocal Tract Acoustic Response Calculation  
VTAR is a MATLAB-based computer program for vocal tract acoustic response calculation. Based on a frequency-domain vocal tract model [Zhang and Espy-Wilson, 2004, J. Acoust.Soc. Am., 115(3), 1274], VTAR is able to model various complex sounds such as nasals, rhotics and liquids.
Submitted: Aug 11, 2004
ACUSYS -Simulation and analysis of pressure pulsation in complex piping and plants  
ACUSYS, developed using MATLAB and Simulink, simulates the stationary and transient response of the fluid medium inside a piping network, induced by pressure or flow pulsation's applied to discrete points. ACUSYS simulates the fluid medium as a monodimensional linear wave field electro-acoustic analogy), optionally with variable sound speed, bounded in pipes, containers, and piping accessories.
Submitted: Apr 05, 2000
PSonE2 and PSonE3 - Design and evaluation of passive sound transmission for multi-layer structures  
PSonE2 and PSonE3 are programs that offer detailed evaluation of sound transmission for multi-layer structures represented by flat panel models. PSonE2 evaluates the acoustic signal gain for various acoustic environments, coating layers, vehicle depth, and incident pressure load for a two-layer model.
Submitted: Apr 05, 2000

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