Speech Quality EstimationThe issue of evaluating the performance of a new signal enhancement system is time-consuming and tedious, therefore, availability of a reliable instrumental metric for predicting the subjective listening results is of great importance in the development or implementation of a new method. Here we present contributions focused on studying the reliability of the existing metrics in prediction of perceived quality or speech intelligibility achievable of a single-channel signal enhancement method. For a recent overview on the speech quality estimation we refer to "Ch. 6 in the book".
A. Gaich, P. Mowlaee, "On Speech Intelligibility Estimation of Phase-Aware Single-Channel Speech Enhancement", in Proc. INTERSPEECH 2015, pp. 2553-2557, Dresden, Germany, September 2015 [Matlab].
A. Gaich, P. Mowlaee, "On Speech Quality Estimation of Phase-Aware Single-Channel Speech Enhancement", in Proc. ICASSP 2015, pp. 216-220, Brisbane, Australia, April 2015 [Matlab].
P. Langjahr, P. Mowlaee, "Objective Quality Assessment of Target Speaker Separation Performance in Multisource Reverberant Environment", 4th International Workshop on Perceptual Quality of Systems (PQS 2013), Austria, pp. 89-94, 2013.
P. Mowlaee, R. Saeidi, M. G. Christensen, and R. Martin, "Subjective and objective quality assessment of single-channel speech separation algorithms", IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), pp. 69 -72, march, 2012.