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The Automation of the Subjective Measurements of Logatom Intelligibility
In this paper a proposal for a new technique for the subjective measurement of logatom intelligibility is presented. In the classical method measurement, the listeners write down logatoms on a special form, then the control group verifies the lists and calculates the average intelligibility. This new method relies on entering the listeners' replies into a computer. The computer program automatically calculates speech intelligibility and standard deviation. The paper presents the results of the measurements using both the new and traditional methods.
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