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Listener Differences in Audio Compression Evaluations

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In perceptual evaluations of audio coders, lack of agreement across listeners is a common problem. Recent studies have suggested that listeners may differ in fundamental ways. A method is presented for determining listener strategies and comparing listeners at a fine level of detail, and the effects of averaging ratings across listeners are quantified.

JAES Volume 45 Issue 9 pp. 708-715; September 1997
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