Re: Articulation Index ("John G. Beerends" )

Subject: Re: Articulation Index
From:    "John G. Beerends"  <J.G.Beerends(at)KPN.COM>
Date:    Thu, 22 Aug 2002 08:43:04 +0200

The correct ref is P.862 John Beerends KPN Research -----Original Message----- From: D. Sen [mailto:dsen(at)IEEE.ORG] Sent: woensdag 21 augustus 2002 21:22 To: AUDITORY(at)LISTS.MCGILL.CA Subject: Re: Articulation Index The ITU Standard P.863, developed by KPN (Berends, et. al.) and BT (Rix, et. al.) is probably the best algorithm (that is available) to measure quality. AI is a measure of intelligibility and probably not applicable to the type of distortions present in cell phones.... Geoffrey L. Collier wrote: > A QUESTION POSED BY A FRIEND: > > Could you ask a question to this group on my behalf? Say that you'd like > to detect poor cell phone quality -- like when you are on the edge of > having sufficient signal strength. Would this AI be a good candidate for > this? > Thanks, > Geoff Collier

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