HW1-AcousticsInLiterature

HW1-AcousticsInLiterature - Requirements: 1. Copy the...

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Department of Architecture University of Florida ARC 4620 Environmental Technology 2 Glenn Sweitzer Fall 2003 Bumjun Kim, Youngmin Kwon, Todd Gabbard Assignment 1: ACOUSTICS IN LITERATURE Due in Lab, Tuesday, September 9, 2003. This homework assignment will involve the selection and analysis of a literary work: poem, novel, play, essay, or other. Select, copy, and reference a passage that describes aspects of environmental or architectural acoustics or, the perception of sound. The reference should include: author, date, publication, volume, page(s), and publisher. (Example works: Moby Dick, Herman Melville; Hamlet, Shakespeare)
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Unformatted text preview: Requirements: 1. Copy the passage citing references. 2. From the passage, can you sketch the physical setting involved (include dimensions if available)? If not, from the information given, can you speculate and sketch a plausible relationship between source, path, and receiver(s)? Annotate the sketch(es). 3. Finally, state, or speculate, on how your analysis of this passage could be included as part of architectural design. This assignment must be prepared on a computer printed on 8 11 paper. Do not exceed two pages; submit your works by the beginning of the next laboratory period. This must be your own work....
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