Subject: Re: Intelligibility of reversed speech, Why? From: =?X-UNKNOWN?Q?T=F3th_L=E1szl=F3?= <tothl(at)INF.U-SZEGED.HU> Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2001 15:24:13 +0100
On Thu, 25 Jan 2001, Ward Drennan wrote: > > To put it another way: how can you tell that something you removed from > > the signal was or wasn't a cue? > > Ah, that makes it more clear. > If you looked at intelligibility as a function of signal to noise ratio > and the functions didn't change, then whatever was removed was not a > cue. Agreed? Yes. My only extension would be now that SNR is not the only thing that can vary but there are many other possibilities like short-band noise, non-stationary noise, band-pass filtering, etc., etc. These all belong to what I meant by "all possible conditions". Laszlo Toth Hungarian Academy of Sciences * Research Group on Artificial Intelligence * "Experience is what you e-mail: tothl(at)inf.u-szeged.hu * gain when you expected http://www.inf.u-szeged.hu/~tothl * something else"