Chapter 6 Conclusion
6.1. Simulation System
We developed a system that computes independent physical
factors in a sound space from building drawings at the design stage and can
actually estimate the factors at each seat.
6.2. Diagnostic System for Sound Field in the Room
We built a system to diagnose the sound field at each seat in
the actual building and a model based on a functional model of the human sense
of hearing (cerebral system). We clarified the usefulness of the system by
comparing the results 6.1 obtained at the design stage with those from
our actual diagnosis.
6.3. Seat Selection System
We built a seat selection system to find the optimum location
for each auditory sense and developed a system that indicates the range of seats
for which different individuals will have the highest preference.
6.4. Diagnostic System for Environmental Noise
A system for measuring temporal and spatial factors in a
noise environment was developed. This provided additional information about the
physical characteristics of noise sources, suggesting its usefulness for making
a mental evaluation based on distinctions between noise sources.
This development should lead to a better fundamental
understanding of 1) the processes for designing and evaluating indoor sound
fields and 2) individual sensitivities - for example the size (loudness) and
height (a pace) of the sound, three elements of the tone, unpleasantness,
spatial sense, and individual sensitivity in such cases as a mental time sense.
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