Sevana Shopping Cart Analyzer 1.2 The Shopping Cart Analyzer helps you to analyze and determine what products customers purchase together. The name comes from grocery shopping, when customers collect all their purchases in a shopping cart.
Sevana Image Compressor 1.1 Sevana Image Compressor is a tool providing advanced compression for different types of images. Compression ratio and quality are comparable with JPEG2000 and wavelet algorithms. Unique compression technologies also encryped compressed images.
Sevana Vocoders Quality Checker is a simplified implementation of Sevana's solution for audio codecs quality analysis software.
Voice coders (vocoders) quality is usually measured according to a mean subjective estimation - MOS (Mean Opinion Score). This software provides automatic audio codec quality estimation and corresponds it to MOS coefficients with a reasonable precision thus allowing you to save money on hiring experts if you need to make intermediate tests of your codec.
Are you interested in testing your own vocoder? It's no problem doing that even in the demo version of Sevana Vocoders Quality Checker! Please go to Tools -> Generate DLL Header, choose a desired file name and press OK. Include the DLL header file into your project and provide two DLL functions according to the DLL header file. Thus, by implementing your own vocoder as a DLL file you will be able to test its quality using our software. Unfortunately demo version does not allow you comparing two audio files, but this feature is available in the full version of the Sevana Vocoders Quality Checker.
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IBM open-sources speech recognition development tools IBM Corp. said Monday it will release as open source code some of its software for speech-enabling applications. The move is intended to spur development in the field and outflank rivals by making IBM's free technology the industry standard.