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Correlating Cepstra with Formant Frequencies: Implications for Phonetically-Informed Forensic Voice Comparison
A significant question for forensic voice comparison, and for speaker recognition more generally, is the extent to which different input features capture complementary speakerspecific information. Understanding complementarity allows us to make predictions about how combining methods using different features may produce better overall performance. In forensic contexts, it is also important to be able to explain to courts what information the underlying features are actually capturing. Thisdoi:10.21437/interspeech.2020-2216 dblp:conf/interspeech/HughesCH20 fatcat:pw2jd7i4wvgmdacinn5arzrqjy