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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Telecommunications and Information Administration in [Boulder, Colo.] .
Written in English

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  • Speech processing systems

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StatementStephen D. Voran
SeriesNTIA report -- 98-347
ContributionsUnited States. National Telecommunications and Information Administration
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v
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Open LibraryOL13623655M
OCLC/WorldCa40306461

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Abstract. EDICS Number: SA Part I of this paper describes a new approach to the objective estimation of perceived speech quality. This new approach uses a simple but effective perceptual transformation and a distance measure that consists of a hierarchy of measuring normalizing blocks. The objective estimation of the perceived quality of highly compressed digital speech, possibly with bit errors or frame erasures has remained an open question. We report our findings regarding two essential components of objective estimators of perceived speech quality: perceptual transformations and distance measures. Objective Estimation of Perceived Speech Quality-Part I: Development of the Measuring Normalizing Block Technique. By Stephen Voran. Abstract. EDICS Number: SA Perceived speech quality is most directly measured by subjective listening tests. These tests are often slow and expensive, and numerous attempts have been made to supplement them Author: Stephen Voran. ITU-T Recommendation P Appendix II, “Objective Quality Measurement of Telephone-Band (– Hz) Speech Codecs Using Measuring Normalizing Blocks .

Voran S () Objective estimation of perceived speech quality - part ii. eval-uation of the measuring normalizing block technique. IEEE Transactions on speech and audio processing, vol. 7, no. 4, pp. CrossRef Google Scholar. S. Voran: Objective estimation of perceived speech quality - Part II: Evaluation of the measuring normalizing block technique, IEEE T. Speech Audi. Proc. . Voran, S.: Objective estimation of perceived speech quality - Part I: Development of the measuring normalizing block technique. IEEE Transactions on Speech and Audio Processing 7(4), – () CrossRef Google Scholar. the \cognitive" behavior of a human’s perception of speech quality. The Interna-tional Telecommunications Union ITU-T P standard, also known as Perceptual Evaluation of Speech Quality (PESQ) [4] is the latest objective quality measurement standard algorithm. Nevertheless, the algorithm still falls short of the accuracy that.

[6] Voran, S “Estimation of perceived speech quality using measuring normalizing blocks”, IEEE Spch. Cod. Wksp., , [7] ITU-T Rec. P, “Perceptual evaluation of speech quality. DOI: /PACRIM Corpus ID: Mel-cepstral distance measure for objective speech quality assessment @article{KubichekMelcepstralDM, title={Mel-cepstral distance measure for objective speech quality assessment}, author={R. Kubichek}, journal={Proceedings of IEEE Pacific Rim Conference on Communications Computers and Signal Processing}, year={}, volume={1}, . MNB: ATIS (R), "Objective Measurement of Telephone Band Speech Quality Using Measuring Normalizing Blocks (MNBs)" For estimation of 20 kHz bandwidth music quality one can consider PEAQ: ITU-R Rec. BS " Method for Objective Measurements of Perceived Audio Quality ". ceptual auditory models. These objective measures quan-tify the perceived quality of distorted speech relative to an undistortedreferencesample. Someoftheknownmethods for objective evaluation of speech quality are Bark spec-tral density (BSD) [2], perceptual speech quality measure (PSQM), measuring normalizing blocks (MNB), percep-ISSN