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eGauge—A Measure of Assessor Expertise in Audio Quality Evaluations
The eGauge measure for assessor expertise in listening tests is presented. This ANOVA-based approach aims to objectively qualify the goodness of assessors within an experiment in terms of their discrimination and reliability skill and their overall agreement with the panel. A number of datasets resulting from experiments using different standardized mean opinion score (MOS) methodologies are then tested to illustrate this approach.
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