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Re: The calculation of Speech Intelligibility Index
Please send me a copy of the validation study(s) that was conducted in
preparation of the SII standard and/or after its publication.
Christine M Rankovic, PhD.
A = V x E x F x H
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chas Pavlovic" <cpavlovic@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, December 25, 2004 9:46 PM
Subject: Re: The calculation of Speech Intelligibility Index
> As Dr. Edwards said you would be able to find programs
> for the SII calculations at WWW.SII.TO. The standard
> itself, which is a combination of the original AI
> standard, the STI standard, and the unprecedented
> amount of scholarly work on its validation and
> improvement, gives references to important work on
> these topics that you should be aware of. The
> standard committe is also anxious to hear from anybody
> having constructive comments with regard to improving
> the standard. Our goal is to make sure the SII
> procedure adapts to the current state of the art.
> Chas Pavlovic
> Chair ANSI S3.5
> --- gao qingwa <wolfeatgoat@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Hi
> > Is there anybody who knows how to calculate the
> > Speech Intelligibility
> > Index and the intelligibility weighted
> > signal-to-noise ratio improvement?
> > Both of them were released by ASA in ANSI S3.5-1997.
> > If you know, tell me
> > by email. thanks
> > Ãâ·ÑÏÂÔØ MSN Explorer:
> > http://explorer.msn.com/lccn/
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