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Saadaldeen Rashid Ahmed ◽  
Zainab Ali Abbood ◽  
hameed Mutlag Farhan ◽  
Baraa Taha Yasen ◽  
Mohammed Rashid Ahmed ◽  

This study aims is to establish a small system of text-independent recognition of speakers for a relatively small group of speakers at a sound stage. The fascinating justification for the International Space Station (ISS) to detect if the astronauts are speaking at a specific time has influenced the difficulty. In this work, we employed Machine Learning Applications. Accordingly, we used the Direct Deep Neural Network (DNN)-based approach, in which the posterior opportunities of the output layer are utilized to determine the speaker’s presence. In line with the small footprint design objective, a simple DNN model with only sufficient hidden units or sufficient hidden units per layer was designed, thereby reducing the cost of parameters through intentional preparation to avoid the normal overfitting problem and optimize the algorithmic aspects, such as context-based training, activation functions, validation, and learning rate. Two commercially available databases, namely, TIMIT clean speech and HTIMIT multihandset communication database and TIMIT noise-added data framework, were tested for this reference model that we developed using four sound categories at three distinct signal-to-noise ratios. Briefly, we used a dynamic pruning method in which the conditions of all layers are simultaneously pruned, and the pruning mechanism is reassigned. The usefulness of this approach was evaluated on all the above contact databases

2022 ◽  
Raed Toghuj

the main aim of this paper is to provide insights into the vital role of FL in Evidentiary and Investigative Contexts. the paper contains many segments; Authorship analysis and attribution, Plagiarism Detection, Speaker identification, and voice comparison, Language as evidence in civil cases (Trademark, Brand name Law, Defamation).

2022 ◽  
pp. 116469
Ali Bou Nassif ◽  
Ismail Shahin ◽  
Ashraf Elnagar ◽  
Divya Velayudhan ◽  
Adi Alhudhaif ◽  

2021 ◽  
Vol 38 (6) ◽  
pp. 1793-1799
Shivaprasad Satla ◽  
Sadanandam Manchala

Dialect Identification is the process of identifies the dialects of particular standard language. The Telugu Language is one of the historical and important languages. Like any other language Telugu also contains mainly three dialects Telangana, Costa Andhra and Rayalaseema. The research work in dialect identification is very less compare to Language identification because of dearth of database. In any dialects identification system, the database and feature engineering play vital roles because of most the words are similar in pronunciation and also most of the researchers apply statistical approaches like Hidden Markov Model (HMM), Gaussian Mixture Model (GMM), etc. to work on speech processing applications. But in today's world, neural networks play a vital role in all application domains and produce good results. One of the types of the neural networks is Deep Neural Networks (DNN) and it is used to achieve the state of the art performance in several fields such as speech recognition, speaker identification. In this, the Deep Neural Network (DNN) based model Multilayer Perceptron is used to identify the regional dialects of the Telugu Language using enhanced Mel Frequency Cepstral Coefficients (MFCC) features. To do this, created a database of the Telugu dialects with the duration of 5h and 45m collected from different speakers in different environments. The results produced by DNN model compared with HMM and GMM model and it is observed that the DNN model provides good performance.

2021 ◽  
Vol 15 (4) ◽  
pp. 307-311
Joo Young Kim ◽  
Bo Rum Nam ◽  
Myeong Su Kim ◽  
Jinkyoung Choi ◽  
Baek Hwan Cho ◽  

Sabbir Ahmed ◽  
Nursadul Mamun ◽  
Md Azad Hossain

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