A Combined Approach to Text-Dependent Speaker Identification: Comparison with Pure Neural Net Approaches
A novel approach to automatic speaker identification (ASI) is presented. Most of the present automatic speaker identification systems based on neural networks have no definite mechanisms to compensate for time distortions due to elocution. Such models have less precise information about the intraspeaker measure. The new combined approach uses both distortion-based and discriminant-based methods. The distortion-based and discriminant-based methods are dynamic time warping (DTW) and artificial neural network (ANN) respectively. This paper compares this new classifier with a pure neural net classifier for speaker identification. The performance of the combined classifier surpasses that of a pure ANN classifier for the conditions tested.
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
Intelligent Systems and Decision Analytics
Journal of Circuits, Systems and Computers
World Scientific Publishing
LIANG, Qianhui (Althea) and ZHU, Miao-Liang.
A Combined Approach to Text-Dependent Speaker Identification: Comparison with Pure Neural Net Approaches. (1998). Journal of Circuits, Systems and Computers. 8, (2), 273-281. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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