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Effects of Equipment Variations on Speaker Recognition Error Rates

Shaver, Clark D.
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects that equipment variation has on speaker recognition performance. Specifically microphone variation is investigated. The study examines the error rates of a speaker recognition system when microphones vary between the enrollment and testing phases. The study also examines the error rates of a speaker recognition system when microphones differ in similar environments and conditions. The metric for evaluation of effect is the false identity acceptance and the false identity rejection error rates.
Date
2009-12-01
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