This work addresses the evaluation of the human and the automatic speaker recognition performances under different channel distortions caused by bandwidth limitation, codecs, and electro-acoustic user interfaces, among other impairments. Its main contribution is the demonstration of the benefits of communication channels of extended bandwidth, together with an insight into how speaker-specific characteristics of speech are preserved through different transmissions. It provides sufficient motivation for considering speaker recognition as a criterion for the migration from narrowband to enhanced bandwidths, such as wideband and super-wideband.559a562 (1992) Barras, C., Gauvain, J.L.: Feature and score normalization for speaker verification of cellular data. ... In: Audio and Video Based Biometric Person Authentication, pp. ... Tutorial and User Manual, Spescom DataVoice ( 2007)anbsp;...
|Title||:||Human and Automatic Speaker Recognition over Telecommunication Channels|
|Author||:||Laura Fernández Gallardo|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2015-08-17|