The performance of spectral quality measures

@article{Broersen2001ThePO,
  title={The performance of spectral quality measures},
  author={Piet M. T. Broersen},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Instrumentation and Measurement},
  year={2001},
  volume={50},
  pages={813-818}
}
Two different classes of quality measures are discussed and compared: absolute and relative measures. The relative class, to which the prediction error belongs, has many different equivalent members, like the spectral distortion and the likelihood ratio. This type of measure is based on time series theory. The prediction error can be written either as a squared error of prediction in the time domain or as a relativeerror in the frequency domain. It is useful in many applications, especially in… CONTINUE READING

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