speaker identification

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Synonyms for speaker identification

identification of a person from the sound of their voice

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When such DCT is applied to speech signal's log energies, all the features will be affected by the noise and hence will make it unsuitable for speaker identification.
Robust Text- Independent Speaker Identification Using Gaussian Mixture Speaker Models,"IEEE Trans.
The accuracy enhancement could be used to reduce the time of speaker identification to half by using half sized codebooks of (MFCC-LPC)feature vectors with same or higher accuracy as compared to codebooks of simple MFCC feature vectors.
See Yarmey, Earwitness Speaker Identification, supra note 5, at 804.
In this short paper we compare two implementations of classical baseline methods-VQ-LBG [5] and GMMEM [6]-against three artificial neural networks-MLP [7], FIR MLP [8] and Lattice-Ladder MLP [8]-presenting experimental results of their use for speaker identification.
Similar to the highly advanced speaker identification platforms used by government and law enforcement agencies, the software uses statistical pattern matching techniques, advanced voice classification methods, and inputs from multiple systems to compare speech samples from TOEFL test takers.
75) In R v Robb, the Court of Appeal upheld the admission of incriminating opinion evidence based solely on 'auditory techniques' (ie listening), even though the linguist purporting to identify Robb as the speaker on a ransom tape conceded that the 'great weight of informed opinion, including the world leaders in the field, was to the effect that auditory techniques unless supplemented and verified by acoustic analysis were an unreliable basis of speaker identification.
Nefian, "Audio-visual speaker identification using coupled hidden markov models," IEEEICIP, vol.
Topics include a rapid object detection method for large satellite images, image watermarking with unequal error protection capability, blind JPEG steganalysis based on correlations of DCT coefficients, and an improved speaker identification algorithm based on discriminative weighted method.
In the 1980s, speaker identification based on statistical methods with a wide range of networks for handling language structures was introduced [1,2].
This study paper describes initial attempts to collect a multimodal emotional speech database as a part of our research under the ongoing interdisciplinary project "AVID: Audiovisual speaker identification and emotion detection for secure communications".
Chapter 7 ('The Work of the Forensic Phonetician and the Document Examiner') is an overview of the applied work of the forensic phonetician, which considers both auditory and acoustic approaches to tape-recorded data, briefly refers to speaker profiling, looks at speaker identification practice in detail and also comments on the ins and outs of voice line-ups and naive speaker identification.
Forensic speaker identification, which is admissible as legal evidence in thirty-five states, assumes that no two human voices are alike, determined as they are by the dimensions of vocal cords, lips, teeth, and jaw muscles; the odds of two non-twins possessing identical physiological equipment are remote.