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Objective intelligibility measurements


I'm not sure that the word "objective" is being used correctly here. From my understanding perception (and perceptual evaluation) are anything but "objective"; I understand these methods to demonstrate statistical responses across the group tested, at the time of the testing. Unless this is about the intelligibility of the object being tested, in which case I think it would be "Object intelligibility measurements".

Best wishes



Date:    Tue, 16 Sep 2008 12:26:18 +0200
From:    "Beerends, J.G. (John)" <john.beerends@xxxxxx>
Subject: Re: 1. Objective intelligibility measurements (3)

Dear All,

We have been developing a "PESQ Intelligibility" and written a paper for the J. of the Audio Engineering Society which is currently under review.

John Beerends
The Netherlands

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Subject: 1. Objective intelligibility measurements (3)

Dear Matt,
I don't know if you have ever been using PESQ (Perceptual Evaluation of
the Speech Quality, ITU Recommendation P.862)...
We started using it three years ago for the objective evaluation of
hearing aids audio quality, but at the end we concluded that for that
specific task, PESQ can generate problems ...