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Replay spoofing detection system for automatic speaker verification using multi-task learning of noise classes

by   Hye-Jin Shim, et al.

In this paper, we propose a replay attack spoofing detection system for automatic speaker verification using multitask learning of noise classes. We define the noise that is caused by the replay attack as replay noise. We explore the effectiveness of training a deep neural network simultaneously for replay attack spoofing detection and replay noise classification. The multi-task learning includes classifying the noise of playback devices, recording environments, and recording devices as well as the spoofing detection. Each of the three types of the noise classes also includes a genuine class. The experiment results on the ASVspoof2017 datasets demonstrate that the performance of our proposed system is improved by 30 evaluation set.


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