Multiple views of the response of an ensemble of spectro-temporal features support concurrent classification of utterance, prosody, sex and speaker identity.

@article{Coath2005MultipleVO,
  title={Multiple views of the response of an ensemble of spectro-temporal features support concurrent classification of utterance, prosody, sex and speaker identity.},
  author={Martin Coath and Joseph M. Brader and Stefano Fusi and Sue L. Denham},
  journal={Network},
  year={2005},
  volume={16 2-3},
  pages={
          285-300
        }
}
Models of auditory processing, particularly of speech, face many difficulties. These difficulties include variability among speakers, variability in speech rate and robustness to moderate distortions such as time compression. In contrast to the 'invariance of percept' (across different speakers, of different sexes, using different intonation, and so on) is the observation that we are sensitive to the identity, sex and intonation of the speaker. In previous work we have reported that a model… CONTINUE READING

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