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Investigation on Objective Quality Evaluation for Heavily Distorted Speech
Demand for evaluating speech quality is on the increase. It is advisable for evaluating the speech quality to employ the common objective measure for the wide variety of adverse speech signals. Unfortunately, current speech quality measures do not suit for heavily distorted speech signals. In this paper both the applicability and the limit of the perceptual evaluation of speech quality (PESQ) are investigated compared with the subjective mean opinion score (MOS) for noise-added and noise-reduced speech signals. It is found that the PEAQs are compatible with the MOSs for the noise-reduced speech signals in the non-stationary noise conditions.
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