Determining Perceptual Spaces for the Quality of Filtered Speech Using one recorded voice, distorted in 15 different ways, a s#x0026le of listeners made similarity-with-respect-to-quality judgments for the complete paired comparison schedule. By means of an Eckart-Young type factoring procedure, four points of view among the listeners were isolated and the perceptual spaces for these points of view were determined. ... Articles
Articles  |   March 1965
Determining Perceptual Spaces for the Quality of Filtered Speech
 
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Articles   |   March 1965
Determining Perceptual Spaces for the Quality of Filtered Speech
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, March 1965, Vol. 8, 23-38. doi:10.1044/jshr.0801.23
History: Received November 23, 1964
 
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, March 1965, Vol. 8, 23-38. doi:10.1044/jshr.0801.23
History: Received November 23, 1964

Using one recorded voice, distorted in 15 different ways, a s#x0026le of listeners made similarity-with-respect-to-quality judgments for the complete paired comparison schedule. By means of an Eckart-Young type factoring procedure, four points of view among the listeners were isolated and the perceptual spaces for these points of view were determined. An implication of the “mean” point of view was the operation of two response sets labeled “lowest harmonics—YES” and “lowest harmonics—NO”.

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