Details Details PDF BIBTEX RIS Title Comparison of Two Types of Combined Measures, STI and U50, for Predicting Speech Intelligibility in Classrooms Journal title Archives of Acoustics Yearbook 2017 Volume vol. 42 Numer No 3 Authors Cho, Young-Ji Divisions of PAS Nauki Techniczne Publisher Committee on Acoustics PAS, PAS Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Acoustical Society Date 2017 Identifier DOI: 10.1515/aoa-2017-0056 ; ISSN 0137-5075 ; eISSN 2300-262X Source Archives of Acoustics; 2017; vol. 42; No 3 References (2004), ANSI Acoustics performance criteria design requirements and guidelines for schools American National Standards Institute New York, null, 1. ; Bradley (2011), Using room acoustics measures to understand a large room and sound reinforcement system of the Institute of, Proceedings Acoustics. ; (2011), Sound system equipment Part Objective rating of speech intelligibility by speech transmission index, Edition, 12. ; (1997), ANSI National Standard Methods for Calculation of the Speech Intelligibility Index National Standards Institute New York, American American. ; Hodgson (2002), Rating ranking understanding acoustical quality in university classrooms of the of, Journal Acoustical Society America, 112. ; Hodgson (1999), and prediction of typical speech and background noise level in university classrooms during lectures of the of, Measurement Journal Acoustical Society America, 11, 105. ; Nijs (2011), Calculating the optimum reverberation time and absorption coefficient for good speech intelligibility in classroom design using United with, Acta Acustica Acustica, 14, 93. ; Yang (2009), Effects of room acoustics on the intelligibility of speech in classrooms for young children of the of, Journal Acoustical Society America, 17, 125. ; Sato (2008), Evaluation of acoustical conditions for speech communication in working elementary school classrooms of the of, Journal Acoustical Society America, 15, 123. ; (2003), ISO Acoustics Measurement of the reverberation time of rooms with reference to other acoustical parameters, null, 13, 3382. ; Bradley (1986), intelligibility studies in classrooms of the of, Speech Journal Acoustical Society America, 846. ; Bradley (2002), Relating speech intelligibility to useful - to - detrimental sound ratios of the of, Journal Acoustical Society America, 112. ; Choi (2016), Effect of occupancy on acoustical conditions in university classrooms, Applied Acoustics, 114. ; Bradley (1999), On the combined effects of signal - to - noise ratio and room acoustics on speech intelligibility of the of, Journal Acoustical Society America, 106. ; Schroeder (1981), Modulation transfer functions Definition, Measurement Acustica, 16, 49.