Forensic voice Comparison using likelihood ratios based on Polynomial curves fitted to the formant trajectories of Australian English
Earlier studies have indicated that information regarding speaker identity can be extracted from the dynamic spectral properties of diphthongs. Some studies have conducted likelihood-ratio analyses based on simple models of the dynamic formant properties
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