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Quality, Emotion, and Machines

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As research into the features of audio quality continues, the emphasis is increasingly on understanding the relationship with human emotions and how machines can be taught to do human-like analysis or synthesis. Separating the effects of audio content from those of its quality is a persistent challenge in this type of work.

JAES Volume 69 Issue 11 pp. 890-894; November 2021
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