WWW-based Speaker Authentication System

C. Li and R. Venkateswarlu (Singapore)


Speaker recognition, www server, Browser, ActiveX


Recently, service providers are very interested in using Speaker Verification (SV) to protect access to Internet and WWW (World Wide Web) services. We proposed a novel infrastructure for speaker verification on Internet, and gave an implementation. Using conventional text password as back up, speech-based security control on Internet could be friendlier and more difficult to be guessed out. Existing solutions, like VoiceXML [1], need redesign the whole structure of current websites, which is both time -consuming and resource wasting. An integrated user authentication system with management tools is developed. This concept could find extensive application in e-transaction requiring both friendly interface and higher security. Component-based structure can easily be integrated into existing WWW servers or converted to Client/Server application.

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