Text independent speaker identification on noisy environments by means of self organizing maps
Document typeConference report
PublisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Rights accessOpen Access
We propose an architecture for speaker recognition. This architecture is independent of the text, robust with the presence of noise, and is based on self organizing maps (SOM) (T. Kohonen, 1984). We compare the performance of this architecture for different parametrizations, different signal to noise ratios, with another method for speaker identification based on the arithmetic harmonic spherity measure on covariance matrices (F. Bimbot and L. Mathan, 1993; J. Hernando et al., 1994)
CitationMonte, E., Hernando, J. Text independent speaker identification on noisy environments by means of self organizing maps. A: International Conference on Spoken Language Processing. "ICSLP 96: Fourth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing: October 3-6, 1996: Wyndham Franklin Plaza Hotel, Philadelphia, PA, USA: proceedings". Philadelphia, PA: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 1996, p. 1804-1807.