speaker identification

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Related to speaker identification: Speaker verification, Speaker recognition
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Noun1.speaker identification - identification of a person from the sound of their voice
recognition, identification - the process of recognizing something or someone by remembering; "a politician whose recall of names was as remarkable as his recognition of faces"; "experimental psychologists measure the elapsed time from the onset of the stimulus to its recognition by the observer"
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Chief Executive Officer Sam Liang founded AISense with a plan to transform voice conversations using Ambient Voice Intelligence, a proprietary technology that is capable of automatic speech recognition, speaker identification and separation, speech-and-text sync, deep content search, and natural language processing.
The most common feature used for speaker identification is Mel Filter Cepstral Coefficients(MFCC).
KnuVerse products can be used across a broad variety of use cases, including: Validating a user to access an app, account, or membership; providing speaker identification for workplace intelligence and eDiscovery; verifying individuals for password resets; and personalizing IoT devices.
Under the agreement, SecuEra will sell Neurotechnology's complete line of high quality MINEX III/FIPS 201/PIV certified products for multimodal biometric projects including fingerprint, face, iris, palm print and speaker identification and authentication.
Gaussian mixture model is of the most widely used methods of speaker identification and verification.
The study on combination of different feature vectors for the accuracy of Speaker Identification (SI) based on Vector Quantization (VQ) performed well when compared with other paradigms.
Arakaki examines the marks of evidence that control the source of speaker identification, then analyzes Luchuan grammar the direct evidence of verb morphology, the inferential and assumed evidence, the reportive evidence as a contribution to the study of evidentiality in Luchuan, and the typological and theoretical study of evidentiality as a grammatical category.
The importance of speaker identification has grown for the simple reason that "it's not the amount or nature of crime that has changed, it's just the sheer amount of recorded material that is now available".
Daniel Yarmey, The Psychology of Speaker Identification and Earwitness Memory, in 2 HANDBOOK OF EYEWITNESS PSYCHOLOGY 101 (Rod C.
Therefore, speaker identification also receives a lot of research effort.