Sebastian Möller

Sebastian Möller is Professor of Quality and Usability at Technische Universität Berlin, Germany, and Adjunct Professor at University of Canberra, Australia. His areas of research include the quality of speech, video and gaming, the usability of mobile interactive systems, speech signal processing, crowdsourcing, and usable security and privacy. He has published and edited several books, such as Quality Engineering as well as Quality of Experience, and he is Editor-in-Chief of the Quality and User Experience journal. Dr. Möller lead several questions on speech quality prediction at the International Telecommunication Union (ITU-T).

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Applications in Communication Acoustics (edX)

Explore the different system components involved in acoustic communication using a representative set of practical applications. This engineering course is the continuation of the edX course, “Fundamentals of Communication Acoustics.” Communication acoustics is defined as the way sounds travels from a source, through a channel and finally to a [...]
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Fundamentals of Communication Acoustics (edX)

In this course, we will cover the fundamentals of communication acoustics, which is the way sounds travel from a source through a channel to a receiver. We will also look at different system components involved in acoustic communication.
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Communication Acoustics (edX)

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Communication Acoustics (edX)
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Learn about the various ways we hear and perceive sound and how to improve technology and products for better communication. Communication acoustics include all branches of acoustics dealing with communication systems between humans, between humans and machines, and between machines (e.g. speech acoustics, electro acoustics, audio technology). The open [...]
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