Biologically inspired speaker verification

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Tashan, T (2012)

Speaker verification is an active research problem that has been addressed using a variety of different classification techniques. However, in general, methods inspired by the human auditory system tend to show better verification performance than other methods. In this thesis three biologically inspired speaker verification algorithms are presented.
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