Speaker Recognition

@inproceedings{Beigi2011SpeakerR,
  title={Speaker Recognition},
  author={Homayoon S. M. Beigi},
  booktitle={Encyclopedia of Cryptography and Security},
  year={2011}
}
Speaker Recognition is a multi-disciplinary technology which uses the vocal characteristics of speakers to deduce information about their identities. It is a branch of biometrics that may be used for identification, verification, and classification of individual speakers, with the capability of tracking, detection, and segmentation by extension. A speaker recognition system first tries to model the vocal tract characteristics of a person. This may be a mathematical model of the physiological… CONTINUE READING
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