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This paper describes the development of an unintrusive objective model, developed independently as a part of the QESTRAL project, for predicting the sensation of envelopment arising from commercially available 5-channel surround sound recordings. The model was calibrated using subjective scores obtained from listening tests that used a grading scale defined by audible anchors. For predicting subjective scores, a number of features based on Inter-aural Cross Correlation (IACC), Karhunen-Loeve Transform (KLT) and signal energy levels were extracted from recordings. The ridge regression technique was used to build the objective model and a calibrated model was validated using a listening test scores database obtained from a different group of listeners, stimuli and location. The initial results showed a high correlation between predicted and actual scores obtained from the listening tests.
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