en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acoustic_metric

In mathematical physics, a metric describes the arrangement of relative distances within a surface or volume, usually measured by signals passing through the ...

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Therefore, for purposes of describing and analyzing the behavior of acoustic
disturbances in a medium, it is often convenient to use the **acoustic metric**
defined ...

www.researchgate.net/post/Should_general_relativity_use_an_acoustic_metric_to_make_it_more_compatible_with_QM

Replacing the "flat" SR Minkowski metric with a more sophisticated relativistic
**acoustic metric** seems to solve all these problems. Making such a big change to
an ...

www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0370269315008746

Nov 14, 2015 **...** This is unfortunate because the near-horizon region is the most interesting part,
so we will here derive a relativistic **acoustic metric** and recover ...

arxiv.org/abs/1508.00732

Aug 4, 2015 **...** ... of a planar black hole in asymptotic Anti-de Sitter space can, on a slice of
dimension 3+1, be reproduced as a relativistic **acoustic metric**.

arxiv.org/abs/gr-qc/9311028

Nov 16, 1993 **...** The **acoustic metric** --- g_{mu nu}(t,x) --- governing the propagation of sound
depends algebraically on the density, flow velocity, and local ...

arxiv.org/pdf/1001.1310

May 6, 2010 **...** relativistic version of the “**acoustic metric**” defined on an arbitrary ... As usual, the
**acoustic metric** follows from combining the linearized Bernoulli.