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Speech/Speaker recognition

Started by Unknown March 29, 2005
Hi, where is a good place to learn about speaker recognition?
Specifically, I would like to use/develop an application that can take
an audio clip of human speech and determine who the speaker is (I
assume there would be a database of audio samples that the app would
compare to). Can anyone point me to some resources or apps that may
help? Thank you!

<yeti349@yahoo.com> wrote in message 
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> Hi, where is a good place to learn about speaker recognition? > Specifically, I would like to use/develop an application that can take > an audio clip of human speech and determine who the speaker is (I > assume there would be a database of audio samples that the app would > compare to). Can anyone point me to some resources or apps that may > help? Thank you! >
You could try http://www.speech.su.oz.au/ for starters. Best of Luck - Mike
"Mike Yarwood" <mpyarwood@btopenworld.com> wrote in message 
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> > <yeti349@yahoo.com> wrote in message > news:1112112782.758795.213730@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com... >> Hi, where is a good place to learn about speaker recognition? >> Specifically, I would like to use/develop an application that can take >> an audio clip of human speech and determine who the speaker is (I >> assume there would be a database of audio samples that the app would >> compare to). Can anyone point me to some resources or apps that may >> help? Thank you! >> > You could try http://www.speech.su.oz.au/ for starters. > Best of Luck - Mike > >
and this looks promising too : http://www.disaggregate.com/index.html
> and this looks promising too : http://www.disaggregate.com/index.html
Thank you Mike, I will take a look.
>You could try http://www.speech.su.oz.au/ for starters.
this link seems to be broken.
Try "Resources" under http://www.speech.cs.cmu.edu/ , and specifically
the comp.speech FAQ mirrored at
http://www.speech.cs.cmu.edu/comp.speech/ .