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KONUŞMACIYI TANIMANIN ESASLARI

FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEAKER RECOGNITION

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Abstract (2. Language): 
The explosive growth of information technology in the last decade has made a considerable impact on the design and construction of systems for human-machine communication, which is becoming increasingly important in many aspects of life. Amongst other speech processing tasks, a great deal of attention has been devoted to developing procedures that identify people from their voices, and the design and construction of speaker recognition systems has been a fascinating enterprise pursued over many decades. This paper introduces speaker recognition in general and discusses its relevant parameters in relation to system performance.
Abstract (Original Language): 
Bilişim teknolojilerinde son yıllarda meydana gelen hızlı gelişmeler, yaşamın bir çok alanlarında önemi gittikçe artan insan-makine iletişim sistemlerinin tasarım ve gerçeklenmelerini önemli ölçüde etkilemiştir. Çeşitli söz işleme uygulamaları arasında, kişileri seslerinden tanıma yöntemleri geliştirmek ayrı bir önem kazanmış ve konuşmacıyı tanıyan sistemlerin tasarımı ve gerçeklenmeleri uzun yıllar üzerinde durulan cazip bir yatırım alanı olmuştur. Bu makale, ilgili performans parametrelerini tartışıp, konuşmacı tanımayı genel olarak tanıtmaktadır.

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