Difference between revisions of "Articulation"

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(Acoustics) A quantitative measure of the intelligibility of speech; the percentage of speech items correctly perceived and recorded.

(Architecture) Articulation is the manner or method of jointing parts such that each part is clear and distinct in relation to the others, even though joined.[1]

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