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In Internet-protocol (IP) telephony, problems of transmission delay variations are frequently addressed with adaptive dejitter buffering techniques. These are aimed at setting the buffer dimension so as to limit the packet end-to-end delay, the total packet loss, or both together. The selection of delay and loss limits is of key importance for the resulting conversational quality. This problem is addressed in this letter, whose main contribution is the introduction of a perceptually motivateddoi:10.1109/lsp.2003.822924 fatcat:t4fudfjef5eajoy73kyirybtbu