Identifying voices using convolution neural network models AlexNet and ResNet

  • Abdulaziz Alhowaish Luluh College of Computer Science, King Khalid University
  • Muniasamy Anandhavalli College of Computer Science, King Khalid University
Ariticle ID: 441
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Keywords: deep learning (DL), voice identification, convolutional neural network (CNN), AlexNet, ResNet

Abstract

Deep learning (DL) techniques which implement deep neural networks became popular due to the increase of high-performance computing facilities. DL achieves higher power and flexibility due to its ability to process many features when it deals with unstructured data. DL algorithm passes the data through several layers; each layer is capable of extracting features progressively and passes it to the next layer. Initial layers extract low-level features, and succeeding layers combine features to form a complete representation. This research attempts to utilize DL techniques for identifying sounds. The development in DL models has extensively covered classification and verification of objects through images. However, there have not been any notable findings concerning identification and verification of the voice of an individual from different other individuals using DL techniques. Hence, the proposed research aims to develop DL techniques capable of isolating the voice of an individual from a group of other sounds and classify them based on the use of convolutional neural networks models AlexNet and ResNet, that are used in voice identification. We achieved the classification accuracy of ResNet and AlexNet model for the problem of voice identification is 97.2039 % and 65.95% respectively, in which ResNet model achieves the best result.

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2024-02-21
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Luluh, A. A., & Anandhavalli, M. (2024). Identifying voices using convolution neural network models AlexNet and ResNet. Computing and Artificial Intelligence, 2(1). Retrieved from https://ojs.acad-pub.com/index.php/CAI/article/view/441
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