Time-delay spectrometry moves the laboratory into the world of real rooms and situations. Subleties of sound behavior not written into equations or included in laboratory simulations are automatically included in measurement results. These results, which display the way it is, frequently depart significantly from the accepted norm. Energy distributions through the frequency and time domains are readily quantified in situ. Time-delay spectrometry techniques and applications, as practiced in the field, are discussed by the authors.
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