Trying for speaker independence in the use of speaker dependent voice recognition equipment
Poock, G. K. (Gary K.)
Schwalm, N. D.
Martin, B. Jay
Roland, E. F.
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This report discusses the results of an experiment to determine the possibilities of obtaining some speaker independence using speaker dependent voice recognition equipment. The results revealed about 99% accuracy when the user's speech templates were in memory along with those of four other users. If the user's voice patterns were not in memory but those of the four other users still were in memory, recognition accuracy still hovered around 95%. (Author)
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