Testing realistic forensic speaker identification in Japanese : a likelihood ratio based approach using formants
This thesis sets out to investigate whether or not forensic speaker identification can be performed, using forensically realistic data, which is natural and non-contemporaneous speech. To date, there is no forensic phonetic research which tests how accurately speakers can be discriminated on the basis of their voice under forensically realistic conditions, despite the fact that the use of speech recordings for forensic investigation or as a part of evidence in court is not an unusual...[Show more]
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