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Abstract Index

April 4, 2004 - Sunday
Plenary - Su.1
16:00-17:00   Su1.M   Future of communication science and technologies in information society (Main hall)

April 5, 2004 - Monday
Plenary - Mo.1
9:00-10:00   Mo1.X1   Therapeutic ultrasound (Annex hall-1)
Oral - Mo.2
10:20-11:40   Mo2.A   Therapeutic ultrasound (I) (Room A)
10:20-11:40   Mo2.B1   Subjective evaluation of room sound field (Room B-1)
10:20-11:40   Mo2.B2   Acoustic behavior of surface treatment (Room B-2)
10:20-11:40   Mo2.C1   Music signal processing and its application (Room C-1)
10:20-11:40   Mo2.C2   Sound propagation (I) (Room C-2)
10:20-12:20   Mo2.D   Blind signal processing (I) (Room D)
10:20-11:40   Mo2.E   Physiology and modeling of auditory periphery (Room E)
10:20-12:20   Mo2.F   Outdoor sound propagation (I) (Room F)
10:20-12:20   Mo2.G   Numerical simulation of noise source mechanism (Room G)
10:20-12:00   Mo2.H   Recent advances in oriental spoken language processing (Room H)
10:20-12:00   Mo2.I   Ultrasonic actuators (I) (Room I)
10:20-12:00   Mo2.X1   Soundscape (I) (Annex hall-1)
10:20-12:00   Mo2.X2   Speech intelligibility (Annex hall-2)
Keynote - Mo.3
13:30-14:10   Mo3.A   Applications of ultrasound stimulated vibro-acoustography (Room A)
13:30-14:10   Mo3.D   Multichannel acoustic signal processing for human/machine interfaces- fundamental problems and recent advances (Room D)
Oral - Mo.4
14:20-15:20   Mo4.A   Therapeutic ultrasound (II) (Room A)
14:20-16:00   Mo4.B1   Subjective evaluation and acoustical design in built environment (I) (Room B-1)
14:20-16:00   Mo4.B2   Computer simulation on room/building/architectural acoustics (I) (Room B-2)
14:20-15:40   Mo4.C1   Production and perception of singing voices (I) (Room C-1)
14:20-15:40   Mo4.C2   Inversion method (Room C-2)
14:20-16:00   Mo4.D   Blind signal processing (II) (Room D)
14:20-16:00   Mo4.E   Microphone (I) (Room E)
14:20-15:40   Mo4.F   Outdoor sound propagation (II) (Room F)
14:20-15:40   Mo4.G   Machinery noise (I) (Room G)
14:20-16:00   Mo4.H   Speech and acoustic databases (I) (Room H)
14:20-16:00   Mo4.I   Ultrasonic actuators (II) (Room I)
14:20-16:00   Mo4.X1   Soundscape (II) (Annex hall-1)
14:20-16:00   Mo4.X2   Dynamic approaches to the study of spoken language (I) (Annex hall-2)
Oral - Mo.5
16:00-17:20   Mo5.A   Medical ultrasonics (I) (Room A)
16:20-18:00   Mo5.B2   Computer simulation on room/building/architectural acoustics (II) (Room B-2)
16:20-18:00   Mo5.C1   Production and perception of singing voices (II) (Room C-1)
16:20-18:00   Mo5.E   New era of audio (I) (Room E)
16:20-17:40   Mo5.F   Noise barriers (I) (Room F)
16:20-17:20   Mo5.G   Machinery noise (II) (Room G)
16:20-18:00   Mo5.H   Speech and acoustic databases (II) (Room H)
16:20-18:00   Mo5.I   Ultrasonic actuators (III) (Room I)
16:20-18:00   Mo5.X1   Soundscape (III) (Annex hall-1)
16:20-18:00   Mo5.X2   Dynamic approaches to the study of spoken language (II) (Annex hall-2)
16:40-18:00   Mo5.B1   Subjective evaluation and acoustical design in built environment (II) (Room B-1)
Poster - Mo.P
14:20-17:00   Mo.P1   Ultrasonics (I) (Event hall)
14:20-17:00   Mo.P2   Engineering acoustics (I) (Event hall)
14:20-17:00   Mo.P3   Sound localization and hearing impairment (Event hall)

April 6, 2004 - Tuesday
Keynote - Tu.1
9:00-9:40   Tu1.A   The recent progress of shallow water acoustics in china (Room A)
9:00-9:40   Tu1.D   Current approaches to 3-D sound reproduction (Room D)
Oral - Tu.2
10:00-12:20   Tu2.A   Ultrasonic tissue elasticity imaging (Room A)
10:00-12:00   Tu2.B1   Classroom acoustics (Room B-1)
10:00-11:20   Tu2.B2   Theory and measurement of room sound field (Room B-2)
10:00-12:00   Tu2.C1   Visual methods for musical instrument acoustics (Room C-1)
10:00-11:40   Tu2.C2   Sound propagation (II) (Room C-2)
10:00-11:40   Tu2.D   3D sound reproduction (I) (Room D)
10:00-12:00   Tu2.E   Coding (Room E)
10:00-11:40   Tu2.F   Noise barriers (II) (Room F)
10:00-11:40   Tu2.G   Aeroacoustics (I) (Room G)
10:00-11:40   Tu2.H   Pitch extraction from acoustic signals by human and machine (Room H)
10:00-12:00   Tu2.X1   Measurement of continuous evaluation of temporally varying events (Annex hall-1)
10:00-12:00   Tu2.X2   Hearing aids: from psychology to models and algorithms (I) (Annex hall-2)
10:20-12:00   Tu2.I   Acoustic property of material (I) (Room I)
Keynote - Tu.3
13:30-14:10   Tu3.D   Missing links between auditory scene analysis and automatic speech recognition (Room D)
13:30-14:10   Tu3.X1   Audio-visual interactions in loudness evaluation (Annex hall-1)
Oral - Tu.4
14:20-16:00   Tu4.A   Medical ultrasonics (II) (Room A)
14:20-16:00   Tu4.B1   Speech transmission in public spaces (Room B-1)
14:20-16:00   Tu4.B2   Acoustic structures for the next generation (I) (Room B-2)
14:20-15:40   Tu4.C1   Wind instruments: revisit to their sounding mechanisms (I) (Room C-1)
14:20-16:00   Tu4.C2   Geoacoustic problems (Room C-2)
14:20-16:00   Tu4.D   3D sound reproduction (II) (Room D)
14:20-16:00   Tu4.E   Active noise control (Room E)
14:20-15:40   Tu4.F   Noise barriers (III) (Room F)
14:20-16:00   Tu4.G   Aeroacoustics (II) (Room G)
14:20-15:40   Tu4.H   Speech production model (I) (Room H)
14:20-16:20   Tu4.I   Ultrasonic measurements and visualization (Room I)
14:20-16:00   Tu4.X1   Sound quality in life space (I) (Annex hall-1)
14:20-16:00   Tu4.X2   Hearing aids: from psychology to models and algorithms (II) (Annex hall-2)
Oral - Tu.5
16:20-18:00   Tu5.B2   Acoustic structures for the next generation (II) (Room B-2)
16:20-18:00   Tu5.C1   Wind instruments: revisit to their sounding mechanisms (II) (Room C-1)
16:20-18:00   Tu5.D   3D sound reproduction (III) (Room D)
16:20-18:00   Tu5.F   Sound absorption materials (Room F)
16:20-18:00   Tu5.H   Speech production model (II) (Room H)
16:20-18:00   Tu5.X1   Sound quality in life space (II) (Annex hall-1)
16:20-18:00   Tu5.X2   Hearing aids: from psychology to models and algorithms (III) (Annex hall-2)
16:40-18:00   Tu5.A   Medical ultrasonics (III) (Room A)
16:40-18:00   Tu5.C2   Underwater noise (Room C-2)
16:40-18:00   Tu5.E   Education in acoustics (I) (Room E)
16:40-18:00   Tu5.G   Aeroacoustics (III) (Room G)
16:40-18:00   Tu5.I   Nondestructive testing and acoustic imaging (Room I)
Poster - Tu.P
14:20-17:00   Tu.P1   Ultrasonics (II) (Event hall)
14:20-17:00   Tu.P2   Speech enhancement, recognition and understanding (Event hall)
14:20-17:00   Tu.P3   Quantitative and objective measurement of auditory perception (Event hall)

April 7, 2004 - Wednesday
Plenary - We.1
9:00-10:00   We1.X1   Low-bitrate coding of sound and implications for high-quality digital audio (Annex hall-1)
Oral - We.2
10:20-12:20   We2.A   Industrial application of nonlinear acoustics (Room A)
10:20-12:00   We2.B1   Acoustical design of rooms (Room B-1)
10:20-12:00   We2.B2   Theory & experiment for auditorium design - stage, reflectors & diffusers (Room B-2)
10:20-12:00   We2.C1   Electrical and electronic instruments, computers (Room C-1)
10:20-12:00   We2.C2   Synthetic aperture sonar (Room C-2)
10:20-12:00   We2.D   Active noise and vibration control (Room D)
10:20-12:00   We2.E   Education in acoustics (II) (Room E)
10:20-12:00   We2.F   In-situ impedance measurement of acoustic material (Room F)
10:20-11:40   We2.G   Measurement for noise and vibration (I) (Room G)
10:20-12:00   We2.H   Speech technology for education (Room H)
10:20-12:20   We2.X1   Environmental noise policies and the information of the citizens (Annex hall-1)
10:20-12:00   We2.X2   Auditory visual interaction (I) (Annex hall-2)
Keynote - We.3
13:30-14:10   We3.A   Detection and classification of underwater targets by echolocating dolphins (Room A)
13:30-14:10   We3.D   Linear statistical modeling of speech and its applications - over 36 years history of LPC - (Room D)
13:30-14:10   We3.X1   Room shape and sound diffusion design in room acoustics (Annex hall-1)
Oral - We.4
14:20-16:40   We4.A   Nonlinear acoustics (I) (Room A)
14:20-16:00   We4.C1   Acoustics of stringed instruments (Room C-1)
14:20-16:00   We4.C2   Transducers and sonar systems (Room C-2)
14:20-16:20   We4.D   Active noise and sound field control (Room D)
14:20-16:20   We4.E   New era of audio (II) (Room E)
14:20-15:20   We4.F   Tire/road noise (Room F)
14:20-16:00   We4.G   Measurement for noise and vibration (II) (Room G)
14:20-16:00   We4.H   Analysis of emotional speech (Room H)
14:20-16:00   We4.I   Transducers (Room I)
14:20-16:00   We4.X1   NVH car simulation (Annex hall-1)
14:20-16:20   We4.X2   Auditory visual interaction (II) (Annex hall-2)
Poster - We.P
14:20-17:00   We.P1   Education in acoustics (III) (Event hall)
14:20-17:00   We.P2   Architectural and building acoustics (Event hall)

April 8, 2004 - Thursday
Keynote - Th.1
9:00-9:40   Th1.A   Acoustic sounding of upper sea water layer at different areas of the world ocean (Room A)
9:00-9:40   Th1.D   Structuring the auditory scene and selecting from it (Room D)
9:00-9:40   Th1.X1   Transducers considering energy saving -super-conductive and electrostatic loudspeaker driven by 1 bit amplifier- (Annex hall-1)
Oral - Th.2
10:00-11:20   Th2.A   Sonochemistry (I) (Room A)
10:00-12:00   Th2.B1   Spatial hearing in concert auditoria (Room B-1)
10:00-11:40   Th2.B2   Computational room acoustics (I) (Room B-2)
10:00-11:40   Th2.C1   Computer music: its history and recent movement (Room C-1)
10:00-12:00   Th2.C2   Scattering and nonlinear acoustics (Room C-2)
10:00-11:20   Th2.D   Sensor array (Room D)
10:00-11:20   Th2.E   Microphone (II) (Room E)
10:00-11:20   Th2.F   Modeling and prediction methods for aircraft noise and railway noise (Room F)
10:00-11:20   Th2.G   Machinery noise (III) (Room G)
10:00-12:00   Th2.H   Advanced speech signal processing in car (Room H)
10:00-12:00   Th2.I   Acoustic property of material (II) (Room I)
10:00-11:40   Th2.X1   Community response to noise (I) (Annex hall-1)
10:00-11:40   Th2.X2   Auditory neuroscience and bioacoustics (I) (Annex hall-2)
Keynote - Th.3
13:30-14:10   Th3.A   Multi-channel microphone system for multi-media applications (Room A)
13:30-14:10   Th3.X1   Let's see anything: sounding mechanisms in wind instruments (Annex hall-1)
Oral - Th.4
14:20-15:40   Th4.A   Sonochemistry (II) (Room A)
14:20-16:20   Th4.B1   Sound insulation between dwellings (I) (Room B-1)
14:20-15:20   Th4.B2   Computational room acoustics (II) (Room B-2)
14:20-15:40   Th4.C1   Music perception (I) (Room C-1)
14:20-15:40   Th4.C2   Marine bioacoustics (Room C-2)
14:20-16:00   Th4.D   Sensor array system (I) (Room D)
14:20-16:00   Th4.E   Measurement in engineering acoustics (I) (Room E)
14:20-16:00   Th4.F   Modeling and prediction methods for road traffic noise (I) (Room F)
14:20-15:40   Th4.G   Vibroacoustics (Room G)
14:20-16:00   Th4.H   Speech recognition in noise (Room H)
14:20-16:00   Th4.I   Acousto-optics (I) (Room I)
14:20-16:00   Th4.X1   Community response to noise (II) (Annex hall-1)
14:20-16:00   Th4.X2   Auditory neuroscience and bioacoustics (II) (Annex hall-2)
Oral - Th.5
16:00-18:00   Th5.C2   Ultrasonic functional devices (Room C-2)
16:00-18:00   Th5.G   Structural vibrations and acoustics (Room G)
16:20-17:40   Th5.A   Sonochemistry (III) (Room A)
16:20-17:40   Th5.B2   Auditorium and concert hall acoustics (Room B-2)
16:20-17:40   Th5.C1   Music perception (II) (Room C-1)
16:20-18:00   Th5.D   Sensor array system (II) (Room D)
16:20-18:00   Th5.E   Measurement in engineering acoustics (II) (Room E)
16:20-18:00   Th5.F   Modeling and prediction methods for road traffic noise (II) (Room F)
16:20-18:00   Th5.H   Speech enhancement (Room H)
16:20-18:00   Th5.X1   Evaluation of environmental noise (Annex hall-1)
16:20-18:00   Th5.X2   Auditory neuroscience and bioacoustics (III) (Annex hall-2)
16:40-18:20   Th5.B1   Sound insulation between dwellings (II) (Room B-1)
16:40-17:40   Th5.I   Acousto-optics (II) (Room I)
Poster - Th.P
14:20-17:00   Th.P1   Engineering acoustics (II) (Event hall)
14:20-17:00   Th.P2   Noise and vibration (Event hall)
14:20-17:00   Th.P3   Speech perception, analysis and synthesis (Event hall)

April 9, 2004 - Friday
Plenary - Fr.1
9:00-10:00   Fr1.X1   Can we hear the shape of a noise source? (Annex hall-1)
Oral - Fr.2
10:20-11:20   Fr2.A   Nonlinear acoustics (II) (Room A)
10:20-11:40   Fr2.B1   Measurement for architectural acoustics (Room B-1)
10:20-11:40   Fr2.B2   Floor impact sound insulation (I) (Room B-2)
10:20-12:20   Fr2.C1   Analysis and synthesis of musical performances (Room C-1)
10:20-12:00   Fr2.C2   Theory and analysis of acoustic fields (I) (Room C-2)
10:20-12:00   Fr2.D   Artificial heads (I) (Room D)
10:20-11:40   Fr2.E   Engineering acoustics algorithm (Room E)
10:20-11:40   Fr2.F   Measurement for noise and vibration (III) (Room F)
10:20-11:20   Fr2.G   Ground vibration (Room G)
10:20-11:40   Fr2.H   Speech recognition (Room H)
10:20-11:40   Fr2.I   Micro-manipulation of small particles by ultrasonic fields (I) (Room I)
10:20-12:00   Fr2.X1   Human response to whole body vibration in vehicles (I) (Annex hall-1)
10:20-12:00   Fr2.X2   Speech perception: learning linguistic structure and brain (Annex hall-2)
Oral - Fr.3
13:30-15:10   Fr3.A   Nonlinear acoustics (III) (Room A)
13:30-15:10   Fr3.B1   Speech intelligibility, security & privacy (Room B-1)
13:30-14:30   Fr3.B2   Floor impact sound insulation (II) (Room B-2)
13:30-15:10   Fr3.C1   Absolute pitch (Room C-1)
13:30-15:10   Fr3.C2   Theory and analysis of acoustic fields (II) (Room C-2)
13:30-14:50   Fr3.D   Artificial heads (II) (Room D)
13:30-15:10   Fr3.E   Measurement in engineering acoustics (III) (Room E)
13:30-15:10   Fr3.F   Measurement for noise and vibration (IV) (Room F)
13:30-15:10   Fr3.H   Language modeling and dialog (Room H)
13:30-15:10   Fr3.I   Micro-manipulation of small particles by ultrasonic fields (II) (Room I)
13:30-14:30   Fr3.X1   Human response to whole body vibration in vehicles (II) (Annex hall-1)
13:30-15:10   Fr3.X2   Sound localization (Annex hall-2)
Closing Lectures - Fr.4
15:30-16:50   Fr4.X1.1   History of psychoacoustics (Annex hall-1)
15:30-16:50   Fr4.X1.2   Retrospects and prospects of speech communication research (Annex hall-1)

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