気導音声と骨導音声のスペクトル比を用いた話者識別の検討 [in Japanese] A study on Speaker Identification Using Spectral Ratio between Air-Transmitted Speech Sounds and Bone-Transmitted Speech Sounds [in Japanese]
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A bone-conductive microphone which transforms bone-transmitted speech sounds through skull into electronic signals has two advantages. One is to operate in hands free mode, and another is to be anti-noise. Therefore, it is expected to match the man-machine interface for wearable computers.<br>Here, we examined and analyzed the possibility of a speaker identification system with the MFCC of air and bone-transmitted speech sounds to 5 Japanese vowels. This paper shows that the system using spectral ratio between air-transmitted speech sounds and bone-transmitted speech sounds gives better performance than the system using air-transmitted speech sounds.
- IEEJ Transactions on Electronics, Information and Systems
IEEJ Transactions on Electronics, Information and Systems 127(3), 456-457, 2007-03-01
The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan