Forensic voice comparison with secular shibboleths - A hybrid fused GMM-multivariate likelihood ratio-based approach using alveolo-palatal fricative cepstral spectra
The suitability of voiceless fricative spectra for forensic voice comparison is explored within a Likelihood Ratio-based framework. Non-contemporaneous landline telephone recordings of 99 male Japanese speakers are compared using only tokens of their voiceless alveolo-patalal fricative . A subset of mean-cepstrally-subtracted LPC CCs from the fricative spectrum from dc to 5 kHz is used. GMM/UBM and multivariate likelihood ratios are extracted for the 99 target and 4851 non-target trials, and...[Show more]
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