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On the enhancement of speaker identification accuracy using weighted bilateral scoring
This paper presents investigations into an effective bilateral scoring method in open-set speaker identification. The approach is based on the fact that two different speakers usually are not reciprocal. A difficulty in ...
Unsupervised Speaker Change Detection using Probabilistic Pattern Matching
This letter presents an investigation into the use of a probabilistic pattern matching approach for detecting speaker changes in audio streams. The experiments are conducted using clean speech as well as broadcast news ...
On the use of decoupled and adapted Gaussian mixture models for open-set speaker identification
(Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2005)
This paper presents a comparative analysis of the performance of decoupled and adapted Gaussian mixture models (GMMs) for open-set, text-independent speaker identification (OSTISI). The analysis is based on a set of ...
Speech-Based Real-Time Subtitling services
Recent advances in technology have led to the availability of powerful speech recognizers at low cost and to the possibility of using speech interaction in a variety of new and exciting practical applications. The purpose ...
Experiments in Electronic Plagiarism Detection
(University of Hertfordshire, 2003)
This report first describes three plagiarism detection systems: the Ferret, developed here at the University of Hertfordshire, (Section 2), Turnitin (Section 3) and CopyCatch (Section 4). The Ferret is a stand-alone system ...