Distortion Measure Evaluation Using Synthetic Sounds And Human Perception
In this paper, we try to compare several distortion measures with the human's perception using synthetic sounds. Correlation and another measure of coherence is used. The goal of this research is to study the coherence between mathematical distortion measures and the human's perception. The results show there are some differences between them, But Itakura distortion measure is the best in the case of our isolated vowels.
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