Mark Phythian

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Low bitrate speech coding usually requires robustness to a wide range of speakers. The problem which we report on here is one where the compression rate must be maximized for the purposes of archival, but the compressed information must be available at a later date for the purposes of identifying a new speaker. The new speaker may or may not have been(More)
Although much e ort has been directed recently towards speech compression at rates below 4 kb/s, the primary metric for comparison has, understandably, been the amount of spectral distortion in the decompressed speech. However, an aspect which is becoming important in some applications is the ability to identify the original speaker from the coded speech(More)
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