Voice Authentication technique for forensic sample is generally a challenging task for automatic, semiautomatic and human based methods. The speech samples being compared may be recorded in different situations; e.g., one sample could be a yelling over the telephone, whereas the other might be a whisper in an interview room. A speaker could be disguising his or her voice, ill, or under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or stress in one or more of the samples. The speech samples will most likely contain noise, may be very short, and may not contain enough relevant speech material for comparative purposes. Each of these variables, in addition to the known variability of speech in general, makes reliable discrimination of speakers a complicated and daunting task.
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Author Name: Ahuja Pooja, J. M. Vyas
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Keywords: IJSER,2229-5518, 22295518,Ahuja Pooja, J. M. Vyas