Polynomial classifier techniques for speaker verification

@inproceedings{Campbell1999PolynomialCT,
  title={Polynomial classifier techniques for speaker verification},
  author={William M. Campbell and Khaled T. Assaleh},
  booktitle={ICASSP},
  year={1999}
}
Modern speaker verification applications require high accuracy at low complexity. We propose the use of a polynomialbased classifier to achieve this objective. We demonstrate a new combination of techniques which makes polynomial classification accurate and powerful for speaker verification. We show that discriminative training of polynomial classifiers can be performed on large data sets. A prior probability compensation method is detailed which increases accuracy and normalizes the output… CONTINUE READING
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