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Random information on the term ” Noisy”:
Noisy-le-Grand (pronounced [nwa.zi.lə.ɡʁɑ̃]) is a commune in the eastern suburbs of Paris, France. It is located 15.2 km (9.4 mi) from the centre of Paris. The commune of Noisy-le-Grand is part of the sector of Porte de Paris, one of the four sectors of the “new town” of Marne-la-Vallée.
Some of the postmodern architecture in the commune has been used as a shooting location in movies including Brazil and The Hunger Games.
The name Noisy comes from Medieval Latin nucetum, meaning “walnut grove”, after the walnut trees (French: noyers) covering the territory of Noisy-le-Grand in ancient times.
The epithet “le-Grand” (Medieval Latin: Magnum), meaning “the Great”, was added in the Middle Ages, probably to distinguish Noisy-le-Grand from the smaller settlement of Noisy-le-Sec, which was sometimes referred to as Nucenum Minus (“Noisy the Small”).
Like a lot of other Seine-Saint-Denis cities, the commune is very cosmopolitan, home of many communities, with a lot of its locals coming from various continents and countries. It has a large African population, mostly from sub-Saharan countries (Senegal, Mali, Ivory Coast and many others) and East Asian countries, such as China, Vietnam and Cambodia. The city also includes significant, but less numerous, communities from Portugal and North African countries like Morocco and Algeria. Recently, the department, and the Parisian suburbs in general, has seen a new wave of immigration coming from Eastern Europe. Noisy-le-Grand now has communities from former Eastern Bloc countries like Romania, Bulgaria and Russia.
Random information on the term ” Loud”:
In acoustics, loudness is the subjective perception of sound pressure. More formally, it is defined as, “That attribute of auditory sensation in terms of which sounds can be ordered on a scale extending from quiet to loud.” The relation of physical attributes of sound to perceived loudness consists of physical, physiological and psychological components. The study of apparent loudness is included in the topic of psychoacoustics and employs methods of psychophysics.
In different industries, loudness may have different meanings and different measurement standards. Some definitions, such as ITU-R BS.1770 refer to the relative loudness of different segments of electronically reproduced sounds, such as for broadcasting and cinema. Others, such as ISO 532A (Stevens loudness, measured in sones), ISO 532B (Zwicker loudness), DIN 45631 and ASA/ANSI S3.4, have a more general scope and are often used to characterize loudness of environmental noise. More modern standards, such as Nordtest ACOU112 and ISO/AWI 532-3 (in progress) take into account other components of loudness, such as onset rate, time variation and spectral masking.