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Sonic Exploration of Thematic Information

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The field of auditory display seeks to use sound to communicate data. Researchers at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory developed a prototype for the sonification (sonic visualization) of large document databases as a complement to the SPIRE text visualization system. This prototype, dubbed loudSPIRE, is unique in its use of multiple simultaneous sonification methods, organized by an auditory display schema.

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