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Verification and correlation of attributes used for describing the spatial quality of reproduced sound
When the spatial quality of reproduced sound is to be assessed, knowledge of the dimensions forming the quality is essential since the quality is known to be multi-dimensional. The dimensions could be indicated by attributes describing them. Attributes encountered during a previous experiment are considered by a group of subjects and their responses are analysed for finding the attributes' applicability and dimensionality over an extended number of sound stimuli.
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