Speaker identification by using power distribution in frequency domain
The speech signal gives various levels of information. Firstly it conveys the words or message being spoken; also on a secondary level it gives us information about the identity of the speaker. The goal of speaker recognition is to extract the identity of the person speaking.
KeywordsFeature Vector Discrete Cosine Transform Speech Signal Vector Quantization Speaker Recognition
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