14th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS-14)
San Francisco, CA, USA
Forensic speaker identification is one of the most important tasks
dealt with in forensic phonetics. The usage of acoustic evidence
increases and at the same time grows the necessity for easy-toapply
and reliable methods. The method should be consistent and
straight and should enable an expert to make identification
decision with clearly determined probability.
This paper is to outline the routine expert actions the methods successfully used by expert group of STC over many years of everyday practice, discussions, studying and teaching. The description of one recent case serves as an example of a typical identification procedure.
Bibliographic reference. Ilina, Olga / Koval, Serguei / Khitrov, Michael (1999): "Phonetic analysis in forensic speaker identification: an example of routine expert actions", In ICPhS-14, 157-160.