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Modeling sound quality from psychoacoustic measures

  title={Modeling sound quality from psychoacoustic measures},
  author={Lena Schell-Majoor and Jan Rennies and Stephan Dieter Ewert and Birger Kollmeier},
Sound quality is a complex perceptual measure depending on several factors, which can often be associated with more basic psychoacoustic measures such as roughness, sharpness, tonality or loudness. One frequently used method for modeling the overall quality of sounds is therefore to fit a linear combination of psychoacoustic measures to subjectively measured data of quality. The psychoacoustic measures are usually calculated using standards or descriptions from literature references. However… Expand

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