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voiceprint

(voys′prĭnt)
A graphical representation of the characteristics of an individual's speech pattern. Because voiceprints, like fingerprints, can be used to distinguish one person from another, the technique is useful in forensic medicine and in identifying the voices of criminal suspects.
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The GMM is the most common voiceprint recognition model of the existing voiceprint models, as shown in Figure 4.
When a voice is captured by voice biometrics software, a digital voiceprint can be collected to identify the individual who spoke.
The album is on sale all over the UK through a three-album distribution deal with company Voiceprint.
Utilising speaker dependent technology, each order filler is able to build his or her own custom profile or "voiceprint", which leads to greater accuracy and overall efficiency.
You say the word(s), and your voiceprint appears at the bottom of the screen to compare with the voiceprint of the same word(s) spoken by a native speaker.
During the initial contact call, the party establishes a "voiceprint," which is stored in the database as an identifier.
* Facial, voiceprint, and other biometric recognition data of known criminals would allow officers to identify wanted subjects merely by observing people on the street.
The device also includes voiceprint recognition, a full keyboard and a smart card scanner, among other features.
This alliance will facilitate new product development opportunities for Visa, utilizing Vocent's biometric voiceprint authentication to ensure secure payment transactions.
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For authentication, the sVPN handles basic password validation and encryption, as well as such advanced security approaches as the use of token cards, time-synchronized keys, digital certificates and voiceprint verification.