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Dialect imitations in speaker recognition

@inproceedings{Farrs2007DialectII,
  title={Dialect imitations in speaker recognition},
  author={M. Farr{\'u}s and Erik J. Eriksson and K. Sullivan and J. Hernando},
  year={2007}
}
Humans have the ability to recognize other humans by voice alone. This is important both socially and for the robustness of speech perception. This Thesis contains a set of eight studies that investigates how different factors impact on speaker recognition and how these factors can help explain how listeners perceive and evaluate speaker identity. The first study is a review paper overviewing emotion decoding and encoding research. The second study compares the relative importance of the… Expand
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