from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An electronically recorded graphic representation of a person's voice, uniquely characteristic of the individual speaker.
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- n. A digitally recorded sample of a person's voice to be used as a means of identification.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. biometric identification by electronically recording and graphically representing a person's voice
The discovery of an alleged terror plot against Europe owes at least some of its success to "voiceprint" technology that allows law enforcement to electronically match a voice to its owner.
Using "voiceprint" technology, the Bow-Lingual translates your dog's bark: A microphone around his or her neck sends the bark to a handheld unit that receives and analyzes the data before providing you with a text-message translation.
Europe owes at least some of its success to "voiceprint" technology that allows law enforcement to electronically match a voice to its owner.
When running a voiceprint comparison, it was always best to re-create the original sample as much as possible.
“But what does that have to do with voiceprint matches?”
He then asked Rhodes to e-mail the recording she had made so he could see if there was a voiceprint of the man on file somewhere.
Your voiceprint has been matched beyond any reasonable doubt.
Your voiceprint, your fingerprints, and even your retinas.
Just some collateral damage from a superfight, Jazen said in a perfect voiceprint match for Speedrazor.
The center develops new methods for customizing homeland security and other devices that use data from physical biometrics, such as fingerprints, hand geometry and iris scans; behavioral biometrics, such as signature, voiceprint and gait, and chemical biometrics, such as DNA and body odor. via: eurekalert. org
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