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Attribute Identification and Quantification in Automotive Audio - Part 1: Introduction to the Descriptive Analysis Technique
Although many commonly-accepted paradigms exist for perceptual testing of automotive audio systems, it has yet to be reliably determined which auditory attributes should be tested. This paper gives an introduction to the Descriptive Analysis technique for determining and quantifying salient attributes of signals produced by a sound playback system in an automotive environment.
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