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Evaluating accurate values of reverberation time and hence arriving at solutions for rectification of flawed room acoustics, turns out to be an involved process, especially when the number of absorbers is large and the coefficients, diverse. A pair of algorithms for developing a set of twelve specific purpose functions in ‘C’, in order to arrive at complete solutions for rectification of defective acoustics, is offered. The algorithms can be employed independently or in conjunction, subject to availability of parameters pertaining to the enclosure under investigation. Functions generated can be applied depending on whether the solution sought is specific or wideranging and whether the approach to be adapted is Sabine’s, Eyring’s or Millington’s. The functions can also be interlinked in order to develop a needbased correctionsoftware and to generate readyreckoners for reference in industries that manufacture acoustic materials.
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