Forensic Speaker Recognition at the beginning of the twenty-first century - an overview and a demonstration
This paper has discussed some important aspects of forensic speaker recognition. It has emphasised that the task of a forensic speaker recognition expert is, after first quantifying the differences or similarities between the samples they are comparing, to estimate how much more likely this evidence is, assuming the samples have come from the same speaker than assuming they have not. The paper has, using Bayes' Theorem, explained why this is so, and shown how it is possible to do it, with a...[Show more]
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