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intelligibility

[in‚tel·ə·jə′bil·əd·ē]
(communications)
The percentage of speech units understood correctly by a listener in a communications system; customarily used for regular messages where the context aids the listener, in distinction to articulation. Also known as speech intelligibility.
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The finding that comprehension is equivalent in synthetic and natural speech, regardless of the differences in intelligibility of the words and sentences, is of great importance.
4]), all vowels are correctly perceived; this is the optimal intelligibility zone.
The Modified Rhyme Test was used to establish single-word intelligibility for each of the three speech modes.
Enhances voice intelligibility for both near-end (the caller) and far end (the person receiving the call) applications
The echo speech source works as a standalone tool with five in-built calibrated signals, which are used by the DIRAC room acoustics software to calculate a range of speech intelligibility parameters, such as STI, STIPA and RASTI based on the impulse response of the room being measured.
So, according to Duprat, Heinsius understood that Aristotle's call for probability (eikos) , had less to do with the relation of what the poet represents to the beliefs of the audience (the issue of verisimilitude, which was what most earlier commentators took Aristotle to be addressing) than with the logical sequence and intelligibility of a plot.
A small receiver placed at the listener's position captures and analyzes the sound, and within 10 seconds calculates and displays a speech intelligibility rating.
Things become intelligible to us in time, but the intelligibility of time itself depends on "the instant," which Parmenides shows to be unintelligible (pp.
For mind to be the source of all being and intelligibility, it must be unconditioned by anything outside itself--that is, it must be independent of the physical causal order.
According to Schatzki, social practices are bearers of understanding, intelligibility, and meaning; they are, as he says, "the site where understanding is structured and intelligibility .
Like Belsey's rationalist, Bradshaw believes in intelligibility - that texts do not exceed their unitary projects.
TS HD4 utilizes proprietary algorithms to enhance signal clarity and improve the intelligibility of dialog, while psychoacoustic techniques maximize the perceived bass response.