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Data Quality as Predictor of Voice Anti-Spoofing Generalization

by   Bhusan Chettri, et al.

Voice anti-spoofing aims at classifying a given speech input either as a bonafide human sample, or a spoofing attack (e.g. synthetic or replayed sample). Numerous voice anti-spoofing methods have been proposed but most of them fail to generalize across domains (corpora) – and we do not know why. We outline a novel interpretative framework for gauging the impact of data quality upon anti-spoofing performance. Our within- and between-domain experiments pool data from seven public corpora and three anti-spoofing methods based on Gaussian mixture and convolutive neural network models. We assess the impacts of long-term spectral information, speaker population (through x-vector speaker embeddings), signal-to-noise ratio, and selected voice quality features.


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