Database selection for forensic voice comparison

  title={Database selection for forensic voice comparison},
  author={Geoffrey Stewart Morrison and Felipe Ochoa and Tharmarajah Thiruvaran},
Defining the relevant population to sample is an important issue in data-based implementation of the likelihood-ratio framework for forensic voice comparison. A forensic likelihood ratio is the answer to a specific question which depends on the prosecution and defence hypotheses and the circumstances of the case. If an inappropriate background sample is selected the likelihood ratio produced by the forensic-voice-comparison system will not answer the question asked, and if an inappropriate test… CONTINUE READING

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