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What can classical and fuzzy concepts contribute to the analysis of masking effects in environmental noise surveys ?

Dick Botteldooren UGent, Andy Verkeyn and P LERCHER (2000) NOISE-CON 2000.
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NOISE-CON 2000
conference name
NOISE-CON 2000
conference location
Newport Beach, CA
conference start
2000-12-03
conference end
2000-12-05
language
English
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yes
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C1
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129142
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-129142
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2004-01-14 13:36:00
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  author       = {Botteldooren, Dick and Verkeyn, Andy and LERCHER, P},
  booktitle    = {NOISE-CON 2000},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Newport Beach, CA},
  title        = {What can classical and fuzzy concepts contribute to the analysis of masking effects in environmental noise surveys ?},
  year         = {2000},
}

Chicago
Botteldooren, Dick, Andy Verkeyn, and P LERCHER. 2000. “What Can Classical and Fuzzy Concepts Contribute to the Analysis of Masking Effects in Environmental Noise Surveys ?” In NOISE-CON 2000.
APA
Botteldooren, D., Verkeyn, A., & LERCHER, P. (2000). What can classical and fuzzy concepts contribute to the analysis of masking effects in environmental noise surveys ? NOISE-CON 2000. Presented at the NOISE-CON 2000.
Vancouver
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Botteldooren D, Verkeyn A, LERCHER P. What can classical and fuzzy concepts contribute to the analysis of masking effects in environmental noise surveys ? NOISE-CON 2000. 2000.
MLA
Botteldooren, Dick, Andy Verkeyn, and P LERCHER. “What Can Classical and Fuzzy Concepts Contribute to the Analysis of Masking Effects in Environmental Noise Surveys ?” NOISE-CON 2000. 2000. Print.