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Speech Quality Estimation

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Speech Quality Estimation (SQE) is a language-, domain- and channel-independent technology that quantifies the quality of an audio recording. 2 most important statistics used in the calculation of the SQE score are SNR (signal-to-noise ratio) and the bitrate of the recording. SQE is usually part of the rapid filtration process in deployments. SQE also measures over 20 other properties of the recording, all of which can be found in the output file and further processed. See description in SPE documentation. Typical use cases are: verification of recording quality on the input, searching based on quality of the recording, noise of…

Age Estimation

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Phonexia Age Estimation (AGE) estimates the age of a speaker from audio recording. The process of voiceprint extraction is similar to the extraction of SID, but as a result different features get extracted; therefore, the voiceprints extracted from AGE and SID are not mutually compatible. Technology Trained with emphasis on spontaneous telephony conversation The technology is language-, accent-, text-, and channel- independent Compatibility with the widest range of audio sources possible (applies channel compensation techniques): GSM/CDMA, 3G, VoIP, landlines, etc. Input Input format for processing: WAV or RAW (8 or 16 bits linear coding), A-law or Mu-law, PCM, 8kHz+ sampling…