A multidimentional technique for sound quality assessment

@inproceedings{Susini1999AMT,
  title={A multidimentional technique for sound quality assessment},
  author={Patrick Susini and Stephen McAdams and Suzanne Winsberg},
  year={1999}
}
One approach to improving sound quality is to create a preference map on the basis of several acoustic parameters relevant to auditory perception. The map is derived from several stages of subjective testing, acoustic analysis, and auditory modeling. The multidimensional scaling technique CLASCAL reveals common perceptual dimensions shared by sets of sounds samples, perceptual features specific to each sound, and the different subject classes among listeners. The listeners' are asked to judge… CONTINUE READING

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