Importance of Intelligible Phonemes for Human Speaker Recognition in Different Channel Bandwidths
It is known that nasal consonants and vowels are more effective than other phonemes for human speaker recognition. However, the influence of channel transmissions on the speaker discriminative capabilities of phonemes has not yet been examined. Specifically, the speech bandwidth has a strong effect on the human speaker recognition performance and also on the speech intelligibility. The phonemes that permit more accurate human speaker recognition are determined in this study by means of a...[Show more]
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