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The idea behind sonification is that synthetic nonverbal sounds can represent numerical data and provide support for information processing activities of many different kinds. This article describes some of the ways that sonification has been used in assistive technologies, remote collaboration, engineering analyses, scientific visualisations, emergency services and aircraft cockpits. Approaches for designing sonifications are surveyed, and issues raised by the existing approaches anddoi:10.1007/s005300050108 fatcat:o6othbc2jzcfpfqch23hhq2uum