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Procedes de Simulation d'une Salle

Note: This is a French-language preprint. After a discussion of the different simulation techniques for auditorium acoustics, we offer some information about the respective advantages of certain acoustic scale models and computer programs. Addressed is the question of when it is preferable to use 1/10th or 1/50th acoustic scale models, compared to optical models or computer programs. A simulation of an auditorium via computer is described. This method allows the designer to listen to the sound of the auditorium and to control its main acoustical parameters. Further developments of these techniques are discussed.

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