A Review and Analysis of Voice Identification System
AbstractIdentifying a voice of a person by own voice is a very important human peculiarity, in order that a human easily recognize. The too many subjective problems are arrived in voice identification in compare of noisy voice, very low quality voice, mixing voice and etc. In this article, we are studies some of voice identification methods with their result accuracy. We know that, the voice identification have two main parts, one part explain the extraction of voice signals by MFCC, adaptive MFCC, Cepstral mean subtraction Robust Feature extraction method. The next part, find the similarity of extracted voice signals by some prominent methods like kNN with Double distance method, deep learning method, pattern identification method and etc. We conclude this review with a analysis of method of human voice identification and have a go at to point out strengths and weaknesses of methods.
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