We investigate the soundscape around the Trevi fountain (Rome) acquired by means of several synchronized microphones with the aim to individuate the signature of the fountain from any other external disturbance. The present result is a complete separation of the sound emitted by the fountain from an external source associated with flying swallows. Thus, we introduce a methodology for the identification of medium and long-term changes in the soundscape, in order to promote suitable strategies for its conservation and protection.

de Lauro, E., de Martino, S., Falanga, M., Tedeschini Lalli, L. (2020). Physical mechanisms associated with the soundscape: Trevi fountain case study. In 19th Conference on Applied Mathematics, APLIMAT 2020 Proceedings (pp.326-334). Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava.

Physical mechanisms associated with the soundscape: Trevi fountain case study

de Lauro E.;Falanga M.;Tedeschini Lalli L.
2020

Abstract

We investigate the soundscape around the Trevi fountain (Rome) acquired by means of several synchronized microphones with the aim to individuate the signature of the fountain from any other external disturbance. The present result is a complete separation of the sound emitted by the fountain from an external source associated with flying swallows. Thus, we introduce a methodology for the identification of medium and long-term changes in the soundscape, in order to promote suitable strategies for its conservation and protection.
de Lauro, E., de Martino, S., Falanga, M., Tedeschini Lalli, L. (2020). Physical mechanisms associated with the soundscape: Trevi fountain case study. In 19th Conference on Applied Mathematics, APLIMAT 2020 Proceedings (pp.326-334). Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava.
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