THE APPLICATION OF A NOISE MAPPING TOOL DEPLOYED IN GRID INFRASTRUCTURE FOR CREATING NOISE MAPS OF URBAN AREAS
AbstractThe concept and implementation of the system for creating dynamic noise mapsin PL-Grid infrastructure are presented. The methodology of dynamic acousti-cal maps creating is introduced. The concept of noise mapping, based on noisesource and propagation models, was developed and employed in the system.The details of incorporation of the system to the PL-Grid infrastructure arepresented. The results of simulations performed by the system prototype aredepicted. The results in the form of noise maps obtained by a system are com-pared with some other solutions in order to investigate accuracy.
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