### Table 3. Per-condition Coefficients of Correlation Between Subjective Scores and Objective Estimators

1998

"... In PAGE 23: ... The resulting coefficients of correlation are shown in Table 3. The correlation values in Table3 were calculated after averaging all available subjective scores for each condition to a single score for that condition. Similarly, for each condition, all available objective... In PAGE 27: ... A more advanced analysis technique, described in [37], recognizes the importance of the distributions of the objective estimates and the subjective scores for each condition, how they influence confidence intervals, and in turn, the final conclusions that one draws from objective and subjective tests. Table3 demonstrates the limitations of SNR, SNRseg, and PWSNRseg as estimators of perceived speech quality. CD and BSD tend to show higher correlations for tests 5, 6, and 7, which contain only conditions that tend to preserve waveforms.... In PAGE 27: ... Table 4 shows per-condition correlation values for L(AD) as calculated by the two MNB structures. Since L(ND) is used as a reference, that column from Table3 is repeated as column 2 of Table 4 to allow for easy comparisons. Two versions of the estimators were evaluated.... ..."

### Table 4. Per-condition Coefficients of Correlation Between Subjective Scores and Objective Estimators

1998

"... In PAGE 27: ... Because L(ND) appears to be the most reliable of these six objective estimators, we use it as the reference against which to compare L(AD). Table4 shows per-condition correlation values for L(AD) as calculated by the two MNB structures. Since L(ND) is used as a reference, that column from Table 3 is repeated as column 2 of Table 4 to allow for easy comparisons.... In PAGE 27: ... These variables were used to fit 1,226 data points, so the fitting problem was over-determined by an approximate factor of 100. The resulting correlation values are shown in Table4 , columns 3 and 4. These columns show that this limited optimization results in an objective speech quality estimator that generalizes well to the other seven tests.... In PAGE 27: ... This involved fitting 11,812 data points, so the fitting problem was over-determined by a factor greater than 900. The resulting correlations are shown in columns 5 and 6 of Table4 . When all nine tests are considered together, MNB structure 2 appears to be slightly more useful than MNB structure 1.... In PAGE 31: ....1% and 0.01% reductions in correlation, respectively. Table4 shows that correlations between fully optimized MNB estimators and subjective scores range from .... In PAGE 31: ... This reduces the number of computations in the unoptimized implementation by a factor of two but has surprisingly little impact on estimator performance for the conditions described in Table 1. When the frame overlap is reduced to zero and the parameters given in Table A-1 are optimized, the resulting coefficients of correlation shown in Table4 all change by less than 0.5% from their original values.... ..."

### Table 2. Estimates of the cylinder patch of object 2.

2000

"... In PAGE 5: ... The constraint functions were deduced from (19) and (20) and then considered in the fitting tech- nique. Table2 summarizes the results. The SR fitting took 40 min whereas the GF took only 3mn.... ..."

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### Table 4. Estimates of the cylinder patch of object 4.

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### Table 5. Estimates of the cylinder patches of object 5.

2000

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### Table 2. Estimates of the cylinder patch of object 2.

2000

"... In PAGE 5: ... The constraint functions were deduced from (19) and (20) and then considered in the tting tech- nique. Table2 summarizes the results. The SR tting took 40 min whereas the GF took only 3mn.... ..."

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### Table 4. Estimates of the cylinder patch of object 4.

2000

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### Table 5. Estimates of the cylinder patches of object 5.

2000

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### Table 5 gives estimates for magnitudes of these objects. These estimates and the distances of the objects relative to \o1,PSR quot; (Table 2) allow us to conclude that these objects do not a ect the measured values of the B, V,

1997

"... In PAGE 9: ... 6. Objects from nearest vicinity of the pulsar are indicated whose coordinates are given in Table 2, and estimates of stellar magnitudes are given in Table5 . Coordinates (in arcseconds) correspond to those in Figs.... ..."