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Articulation score

In telecommunication, an articulation score (AS) is a subjective measure of the intelligibility[?] of a voice system in terms of the percentage of words correctly understood over a channel perturbed by interference.

Note: Articulation scores have been experimentally obtained as functions of varying word content, bandwidth, audio signal-to-noise ratio and the experience of the talkers and listeners involved.

Source: from Federal Standard 1037C



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