Speaker Identification Using Phonetic Segmentation and Normalized Relative Delays of Source Harmonics
Current state-of-the-art speaker identification systems achieve high performances in reasonably well controlled conditions. However, some scenarios still elicit significant challenges, particularly in audio forensics when voice records are typically just
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