1. Auflage 2002,
380 Seiten, Gebunden, Format (B × H): 181 mm x 260 mm, Gewicht: 848 g
Reihe: International Forensic Science and Investigation
Verlag: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Rose Forensic Speaker IdentificationA voice is much more than just a string of words. Voices, unlike fingerprints, are inherently complex. They signal a great deal of information in addition to the intended message: the speakers' sex, for example, or their emotional state, or age. Although evidence from DNA analysis grabs the headlines, DNA can't talk. It can't be recorded planning, carrying-out or confessing to a crime. It can't be so apparently directly incriminating. Perhaps it is these features that contribute to the interest and importance of Forensic Speaker Identification (FSI)
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Introduction. Why Voices are Difficult to Discriminate Forensically. Forensic Phonetic Parameters. Expressing the Outcome. Characterizing Forensic Speaker Identification. The Human Vocal Tract and the Production and Description of Speech Sounds. Phonemics. Speech Acoustics. Speech Perception. What is a Voice? The Likelihood Ratio Revisited: A Demonstration of the Method. Summary and Envoi.