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A Brief Review: Voice Biometric For Speaker Verification in Attendance Systems

  title={A Brief Review: Voice Biometric For Speaker Verification in Attendance Systems},
  author={Jasneet Kaur and Sukhdeep Kaur},
  journal={Imperial journal of interdisciplinary research},
  • J. Kaur, Sukhdeep Kaur
  • Published 1 September 2016
  • Computer Science
  • Imperial journal of interdisciplinary research
Biometric person authentication is the task of verifying the person’s identity using human characteristics or traits to restrict the access to an intended service. Automatic attendance system is one of the applications of biometric person authentication systems .In this paper; we have briefed different steps which are required in voice dependent attendance system. We have briefed the different algorithms for feature extraction i.e. MFCC’s, LPC’s etc. Along with this, various classification… 

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