A speaker tracking system based on speaker turn detection for NIST evaluation

@inproceedings{Bonastre2000AST,
  title={A speaker tracking system based on speaker turn detection for NIST evaluation},
  author={Jean-François Bonastre and Perrine Delacourt and Corinne Fredouille and T{\'e}va Merlin and Christian Wellekens},
  booktitle={ICASSP},
  year={2000}
}
A speaker tracking system (STS) is built by using successively a speaker change detector and a speaker verication system. The aim of the STS is to nd in a conversation between several persons (some of them having already enrolled and other being totally unknown) target speakers chosen in a set of enrolled users. In a rst step, speech is segmented into homogeneous segments containing only one speaker, without any use of a priori knowledge about speakers. Then, the resulting segments are checked… CONTINUE READING
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