Project description: Speech Corpus for In-car Speaker verification

[ ID = 0070 ] CarSpkr01  
Project nameSpeech Corpus for In-car Speaker verification 
Short name or acronymCarSpkr01  
Project URL http://www.sitec.or.kr/English/index.asp 
Project description

◦ 30 speakers were recorded five times with time gap initial recording, 
one day later, one week later, one month later, two months later - in driving 
environment to be used for speaker verification. One speaker read an identical 
set of 5 sentences containing all the Korean phonemes 6 times and 76 ~ 77 
phonetically balanced words and 144 sequences of 4 digits one time each
◦ A total of 30 speakers (Male: 15, Female: 15)
◦ Car at 2,500 cc 
◦ Driving environment: 30-60km/h, fair weather, asphalt, windows closed, 
audio off
◦ 7 microphones + 1 handsfree (simultaneous recording)
◦ Sampling and data format
 - microphone: 24,000 Hz, 16 bit Windows wave format
 - handsfree: 8,000 Hz, 16 bit Windows wave format
◦ Prompts
 - 452 phonetically balanced words 
 - 5 sentences containing all the Korean phonemes (for all the speakers)
 - 864 Quadruple digits 
◦ Per speaker
 - 5 sentences (6 times)
 - 76 -77 phonetically balanced words 
 - 144 quadruple digits 
◦ Recording sessions (time gap)
 - 5 sessions: 1st recording, 1 day after 1st recording, 1 week after 1st 
recording, 1 month after 1st recording, 2 months after 1st recording
Project durationMay 2001 - Feb 2006
NameResearcher Yongnam Um
OrganisationWonkwang University 
Address Speech Information Technology & Industry Promotion Center, Wonkwang University, 344-2, Sinyong-dong 
City570-749 Iksan, Chonbuk,
Country Korea (South) 
Phone+82 63-850-7452 
Fax+82 63-850-7454 
Update this profile Last update: 2005-11-01 07:37:26


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