An Overview of Speaker Identification: Accuracy and Robustness Issues

@article{Togneri2011AnOO,
  title={An Overview of Speaker Identification: Accuracy and Robustness Issues},
  author={Roberto Togneri and Daniel Pullella},
  journal={IEEE Circuits and Systems Magazine},
  year={2011},
  volume={11},
  pages={23-61}
}
This paper presents the main paradigms for speaker identification, and recent work on missing data methods to increase robustness. The feature extraction, speaker modeling and system classification are discussed. Evaluations of speaker identification performance subject to environmental noise are presented. While performance is impressive in clean speech conditions, there is rapid degradation with mismatched additive noise. Missing data methods can compensate against arbitrary disturbances and… CONTINUE READING
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