SVM based speaker verification using a GMM supervector kernel and NAP variability compensation

by W. M. Campbell , D. E. Sturim , D. A. Reynolds , A. Solomonoff
Venue:in Proceedings of ICASSP, 2006
Citations:98 - 12 self

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105 Support vector machines using GMM supervectors for speaker verification – W. M. Campbell, D. E. Sturim, D. A. Reynolds - 2006
12 The MIT-LL/IBM 2006 speaker recognition system: High-performance reducedcomplexity recognition – W. M. Campbell, D. E. Sturim, W. Shen, D. A. Reynolds, J. Navrátil
2 Kernel Methods for Text-Independent Speaker Verification – Chris Longworth - 2010
5 Compensating for mismatch in high-level speaker recognition – W. M. Campbell - 2006
Improving Automatic Speaker Verification Using Front-end and Back-end diversity – Jia Min Karen Kua - 2012
7 Speaker comparison with inner product discriminant functions – W. M. Campbell, Z. N. Karam, D. E. Sturim
57 An overview of text-independent speaker recognition: from features to supervectors – Tomi Kinnunen, Haizhou Li - 2009
1 Weighted nuisance attribute projection – W. M. Campbell - 2010
Compensations for SVM in Text-Independent Speaker Verification – Xiang-feng Lu, Jia Liu
1 Optimized Discriminative Kernel for SVM Scoring and its Application to Speaker Verification – Shi-xiong Zhang, Student Member, Man-wai Mak
3 Optimized Discriminative Kernel for SVM Scoring and its Application to Speaker Verification – Shi-xiong Zhang, Man-wai Mak - 2010
Research Article The Likelihood Ratio Decision Criterion for Nuisance Attribute Projection in GMM Speaker Verification – France Mihelič
3 Dialect and accent recognition using phonetic-segmentation supervectors – Fadi Biadsy, Julia Hirschberg, Daniel P. W. Ellis - 2011
2 Automatic Dialect and Accent Recognition and its Application to Speech Recognition – Fadi Biadsy, Fadi Biadsy
1 INTERSPEECH 2011 Intoxication Detection using Phonetic, Phonotactic and Prosodic Cues – Fadi Biadsy, William Yang Wang, Andrew Rosenberg, Julia Hirschberg
Speaker Recognition by Gaussian Information Bottleneck – Ron M Hecht, Elad Noor, Naftali Tishby
20 Speaker recognition with session variability normalization based on MLLR adaptation transforms – Andreas Stolcke, Sachin S. Kajarekar, Luciana Ferrer, Elizabeth Shriberg - 2007
30 Fusion of heterogeneous speaker recognition systems – Niko Brümmer, Jan “honza Černock´y Member, Member Ieee, Albert Strasheim - 2007
Finding Difficult Speakers in Automatic Speaker Recognition – Lara Lynn Stoll, Lara Lynn Stoll, Lara Lynn Stoll, Lara Lynn Stoll