ASR

Utilising ASR in Linguistic Research

A step-by-step guide to apply automatic speech recognition technology in linguistic research.

Automatic speaker recognition with variation across vocal conditions: a controlled experiment with implications for forensics

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Automatic speaker recognition with variation across vocal conditions: a controlled experiment with implications for forensics

Proceedings of Interspeech 2023. Dublin, Ireland.

Impact of the changes in long-term acoustic features upon different-speaker ASR scores

Presentation at the 31st International Association for Forensic Phonetics and Acoustics conference (IAFPA 2023), Universität Zürich, Switzerland.

Training your first ASR model: Introduction to ASR in linguistic research

Introduction to Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) in linguistic research.

Person-specific Automatic Speaker Recognition

The ESRC-funded project "Person-specific automatic speaker recognition : understanding the behaviour of individuals for applications of ASR" is a three year project running from 2022 to 2025 led by Dr Vincent Hughes (PI), Professor Paul Foulkes (CI) and Dr Philip Harrison in the Department of Language and Linguistic Science at the University of York. The project involves collaboration with the Netherlands Forensic Institute and Oxford Wave Research.