International Journal of Modern Education and Computer Science (IJMECS)

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IJMECS Vol.10, No.11, Nov. 2018

A Speaker Recognition System Using Gaussian Mixture Model, EM Algorithm and K-Means Clustering

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Ajinkya N. Jadhav, Nagaraj V. Dharwadkar

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Speaker Identification;MFCC;GMM;End-pointing


The automated speaker endorsement technique used for recognition of a person by his voice data. The speaker identification is one of the biometric recognition and they were also used in government services, banking services, building security and intelligence services like this applications. The exactness of this system is based on the pre-processing techniques used to select features produced by the voice and to identify the speaker, the speech modeling methods, as well as classifiers, are used. Here, the edges and continuous quality point are eliminated in the normalization process. The Mel-Scale Frequency Cepstral Coefficient is one of the methods to grab features from a wave file of spoken sentences. The Gaussian Mixture Model technique is used and done experiments on MARF (Modular Audio Recognition Framework) framework to increase outcome estimation. We have presented an end pointing elimination in Gaussian selection medium for MFCC. 

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Ajinkya N. Jadhav, Nagaraj V. Dharwadkar, " A Speaker Recognition System Using Gaussian Mixture Model, EM Algorithm and K-Means Clustering", International Journal of Modern Education and Computer Science(IJMECS), Vol.10, No.11, pp. 19-28, 2018.DOI: 10.5815/ijmecs.2018.11.03


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