Speaker verification using randomized phrase prompting

@article{Higgins1991SpeakerVU,
  title={Speaker verification using randomized phrase prompting},
  author={Alan L. Higgins and Lawrence G. Bahler and Jack E. Porter},
  journal={Digital Signal Processing},
  year={1991},
  volume={1},
  pages={89-106}
}
Speaker verification is a viable method of controlling access to computer and communications networks and physical places. The system described here is capable of accurately verifying an individual’s claimed identity from a short sample of his or her speech. Design requirements for the system included the following: (1) an enrollment session should take no longer than 3 min; (2) an acceptance or rejection decision should be reached within 20 s; (3) the probabilities of false rejection and false… CONTINUE READING
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