State-of-the-Art Performance in Text-Independent Speaker Verification Through Open-Source Software

@article{Fauve2007StateoftheArtPI,
  title={State-of-the-Art Performance in Text-Independent Speaker Verification Through Open-Source Software},
  author={Benoit G. B. Fauve and Driss Matrouf and Nicolas Scheffer and Jean-François Bonastre and John S. D. Mason},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing},
  year={2007},
  volume={15},
  pages={1960-1968}
}
This paper illustrates an evolution in state-of-the-art speaker verification by highlighting the contribution from newly developed techniques. Starting from a baseline system based on Gaussian mixture models that reached state-of-the-art performances during the NIST'04 SRE, final systems with new intersession compensation techniques show a relative gain of around 50%. This work highlights that a key element in recent improvements is still the classical maximum a posteriori (MAP) adaptation… CONTINUE READING
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