Speaker Forensic is a process to determine the identity between a person's voice (known speaker) and the investigated voice (suspect speaker). To improve accuracy in speaker forensic analysis is used a combination of 2 forensic methods, joint factor analysis and i-vector methods. The forensic approach by adding noise signal with SNR value as a representation of a tapping situation to measure speaker identification performance. Classification on verification using i-vector is done by comparing i-vector model tests and targets. Both models calculated vector similarities using cosine similarity score. Verification is done with compare the same speaker and verification between different speakers The testing process on the program performance is indicated by an equal rate error value. While the system's sensibility is indicated by the threshold value. The results showed that the EER value of the Graz dataset (1.87%) compared to the Indonesia dataset (10%).
|Journal of Physics: Conference Series
|Published - 10 May 2021
|1st Biennial International Conference on Acoustics and Vibration, ANV 2020 - Virtual, Online, India
Duration: 23 Nov 2020 → 24 Nov 2020