Modelling and simulation in acoustics is gathering more and more importance nowadays. In fact, with the development and improvement of innovative computational techniques and with the growing need of predictive models, an impressive boost has been observed in this domain. The design of a model needs a proper conversion of reality to functions and parameters. On the other hand, once the model has been designed, an adequate simulation must be run, in terms of modelling and computational parameters. Keeping in mind the limitation and the approximations of any model, the data analysis, both online and offline, is the last step of this process and can be extremely important to extract the required output from the process. These basic and general concepts can be applied in many acoustical problems. In acoustics, in fact, there is a large demand for modelling and simulation, in several research and application areas, such as noise control, indoor acoustics, industrial applications, etc. These motivations led us to the proposal of a Special Issue about “Modelling, Simulation and Data Analysis in Acoustical Problems”, since we definitely believe in the importance of these topics in modern acoustics studies. In total, 81 papers were submitted and 33 were published, with an acceptance rate of 37.5%. Among the 33 papers published, two of them were classified as review papers, while the rest were classified as research papers. According to the number of papers submitted, it can be affirmed that this is a trendy topic in the scientific and academic community and this special issue will try to be a future reference for research to be developed in the next years

Special Issue on Modelling, Simulation and Data Analysis in Acoustical Problems

L TRONCHIN;
2019

Abstract

Modelling and simulation in acoustics is gathering more and more importance nowadays. In fact, with the development and improvement of innovative computational techniques and with the growing need of predictive models, an impressive boost has been observed in this domain. The design of a model needs a proper conversion of reality to functions and parameters. On the other hand, once the model has been designed, an adequate simulation must be run, in terms of modelling and computational parameters. Keeping in mind the limitation and the approximations of any model, the data analysis, both online and offline, is the last step of this process and can be extremely important to extract the required output from the process. These basic and general concepts can be applied in many acoustical problems. In acoustics, in fact, there is a large demand for modelling and simulation, in several research and application areas, such as noise control, indoor acoustics, industrial applications, etc. These motivations led us to the proposal of a Special Issue about “Modelling, Simulation and Data Analysis in Acoustical Problems”, since we definitely believe in the importance of these topics in modern acoustics studies. In total, 81 papers were submitted and 33 were published, with an acceptance rate of 37.5%. Among the 33 papers published, two of them were classified as review papers, while the rest were classified as research papers. According to the number of papers submitted, it can be affirmed that this is a trendy topic in the scientific and academic community and this special issue will try to be a future reference for research to be developed in the next years
C GUARNACCIA; L TRONCHIN; M VISCARDI
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