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How Can We Model a Quality Event? Some Considerations on Describing Quality Judgment and Prediction Processes
Zitatschlüssel moeller2008c
Autor Möller, Sebastian
Buchtitel Proceedings of the 155th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA)/ 5th Forum Acusticum / 9e Congrés Français d'Acoustique / 2nd ASA- European Acoustics Association (EAA) Joint Conference (Acoustics'08 Paris)
Seiten 3195–3200
Jahr 2008
ISBN 978-2-9521105-4-9
Ort Paris, France
Adresse Paris, France
Jahrgang 123
Monat jun
Zusammenfassung Jens Blauert has introduced a systemic view on a listener in an auditory experiment. This view helps to separate sound events from auditory events and from their descriptions, and to identify and describe the processes involved in such experiments. The notion has later been extended to listeners in a quality judgment situation by Jekosch and Raake, leading to the notion of a "quality event". On the one hand, knowledge of the involved processes is necessary to design appropriate measurement processes for, e.g., sound quality, transmission quality, auditory-scene quality, or product-sound quality. On the other hand, such knowledge enables us to define algorithms which estimate quality - or sub-aspects of it - in the system design process. The talk will mainly follow the second line and will identify components which are necessary for an algorithmic description of the processes involved in the formation of a quality event. Taking the example of telecommunication services, it will be shown which components of quality prediction models are already available, and which others are still out-of-reach and require further study
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