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An Efficient Objective Intelligibility Measure for Frequency Domain Scramblers
EURASIP Journal on Information Security volume 2007, Article number: 032028 (2008)
An objective performance measure is proposed to evaluate the intelligibility of a speech signal having its frequency subbands permuted. The proposed tool can be used to generate efficient keys for frequency domain scramblers as well as to assess the results of cryptanalysis.
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Borzino, A., Apolinário, J. & da Silva, D. An Efficient Objective Intelligibility Measure for Frequency Domain Scramblers. EURASIP J. on Info. Security 2007, 032028 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1155/2007/32028
- Frequency Domain
- Speech Signal
- Objective Performance
- Data Security
- Intelligibility Measure