Behavioural speaker identification for forensic applications
Keywords:Acoustic signal processing, Acoustics, Speech, Telephone, Forensic applications, Speaker identification
AbstractThe present experiment tested the hypothesis that a particular individual was the only speaker in a large set of calls. Results of the experiment failed to support this hypothesis, indicating that there was more than one speaker in the set of calls. Moreover, a cluster analysis revealed two distinct clusters, suggesting the participation of a second speaker.
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