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A Robust Wavelet Based Decomposition and Multilayer Neural Network for Speaker Identification

  • M. D. PawarEmail author
  • Rajendra Kokate
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 65)

Abstract

The major aim of this research paper is to recognize and figure out the problem of recognizing a speaker from its voice, we propose a new methodology for feature extraction based on speakers pitch, stationary Wavelet, and multilayered Neural Networks. In this exercise, we designed a methodology to study for Text-Dependent Speaker Identification. Wavelet analysis comprises Stationary wavelet analysis, Continuous wavelet analysis, and discrete wavelet analysis, the classification module comprises an artificial neural network, General regression forming the decision through majority test/train result scheme. A performance test is conducted using the recorded database for text dependent and text independent. Stationary wavelet with the multilayered neural network has shown better accuracy and faster identification time compared with traditional MFCC, discrete, and continuous wavelet transform approaches.

Keywords

Speaker identification and recognition Stationary wavelet Neural networks methodology 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Electronics and Telecommunication EngineeringMaharashtra Institute of TechnologyAurangabadIndia
  2. 2.Department of Instrumentation EngineeringGovernment College of EngineeringJalgaonIndia

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