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Methods for Assessing the Quality of Transmitted Speech and of Speech Communication Services
Citation key koester2014f
Author Köster, Friedemann and Möller, Sebastian and Antons, Jan-Niklas and Arndt, Sebastian and Guse, Dennis and Weiss, Benjamin
Pages 179–184
Year 2014
ISSN 0814-6039
Journal Acoustics Australia
Volume 42
Number 3
Month dec
Note Print/Online
Publisher Australian Acoustical Society
How Published Full
Abstract The quality of transmitted speech is the major indicator for telecommunication providers to classify their services. As a result, the assessment of quality is of high scientific and economic importance, and corresponding methods for assessing the quality of transmitted speech have been in the focus of multiple studies in the past. In this contribution, traditional methods are reviewed, their weaknesses are identified and improvements and extensions are proposed. The presented work covers subjective, diagnostic, instrumental, and physiological methods, as well as possibilities for evaluating long-term quality aspects.
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