Aural Identification of Unfamiliar Voices by Comparison

The performance of human listeners is the final objective of the automated speech input systems. In speaker recognition the need of a human-reference to assess automated method is a common procedure. We address the problem of identify unfamiliar voices, assuming that the listeners use a limited amount of speech to create the reference template. Our aim is to define and assess standard procedures to evaluate listener's capability in speaker recognition.

Publication type: 
Contributo in atti di convegno
Author or Creator: 
Falcone M.
Ferrero F.
Paoloni A.
Cosi P.
XIII International Congress of Phonetic Sciences ICPhS-95, pp. 186–189, Stochkolm, Sweden, 14-18 August, 1995
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