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Accidental Wow Evaluation Based on Sinusoidal Modeling and Neural Nets Prediction

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In this paper an algorithmic approach to the wow defect characteristic evaluation is presented. The approach is based on a sinusoidal analysis comprising both amplitude and phase spectra processing. The frequency trajectories depicting the distortion are built on a basis of amplitude, frequency and phase dependencies and are further used for wow characteristic evaluation. Additionally the experiments concerning the neural-network-based prediction applied to the characteristic are performed. The obtained results are compared to linear-prediction.

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