The Effect of the Within-Speaker Sample Size on the Performance of Likelihood Ratio Based Forensic Voice Comparison: Monte Carlo Simulations
This study is an investigation into the effect of sample size on a likelihood ratio (LR) based forensic voice comparison (FVC) system. In particular, we looked into how the offender and suspect sample size (or the within-speaker sample size) would affect the performance of the FVC system, using spectral feature vectors extracted from spontaneous Japanese speech. For this purpose, we repeatedly conducted Monte Carlo method based experiments with different sample size, using the statistics...[Show more]
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