Towards better making a decision in speaker verification

@article{Chen2003TowardsBM,
  title={Towards better making a decision in speaker verification},
  author={Ke Chen},
  journal={Pattern Recognition},
  year={2003},
  volume={36},
  pages={329-346}
}
Speaker veri!cation is a process that accepts or rejects the identity claim of a speaker. How to make a decision is a critical problem; a threshold for decision-making critically determines performance of a speaker veri!cation system. Traditional threshold estimation methods take only information conveyed by training data into consideration and, to a great extent, do not relate it to production data. It turns out that a speaker veri!cation system with such threshold estimation su0ers from poor… CONTINUE READING
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