Speaker normalization based on frequency warping

  title={Speaker normalization based on frequency warping},
  author={Puming Zhan and Martin Westphal},
In speech recognition, speaker-Dependence of a speech recognition system comes from speaker-Dependence of the speech feature, and the variation of vocal tract shape is the major source of inter-speaker variations of the speech feature, though there are some other sources which also contribute. In this paper, we address the approachs of speaker normalization which aim at normalizing speaker's vocal tract length based on Frequency Warping (FWP). The FWP is implemented in the Gont-end… CONTINUE READING
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