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Smart applications like speaker verification have become essential in verifying the user's identity for availing of personal assistants or online banking services based on the user's voice characteristics. However, far-field or distant speaker verification is constantly affected by surrounding noises which can severely distort the speech signal. Moreover, speech signals propagating in long-range get reflected by various objects in the surrounding area, which creates reverberation and further degrades the signal quality. This PhD thesis explores deep learning-based multichannel speech enhancement techniques to improve the performance of speaker verification systems in real conditions. Multichannel speech enhancement aims to enhance distorted speech using multiple microphones. It has become crucial to many smart devices, which are flexible and ... toggle 3 keywords

multi-channel speech enhancement far-field speaker verification deep learning


Dowerah Sandipana
Universite de Lorraine, CNRS, Inria, Loria
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Feb. 14, 2024

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