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Defines basic quantities to be used for the description of sound in community environments and describes procedures for the determination of these quantities. It is intended to serve those needing to measure sound, particularly those whose evidence may be produced in legal or administrative courts or tribunals. It is also intended for use in industry to assist in the incorporation of acoustic design criteria into industrial developments
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