When a forensic audio examiner is called on to authenticate a questioned recording, there can be one of three possible conclusions: a) inconsistent with an authentic recording; b) inconclusive; or c) consistent with an authentic recording. While literatur
Catalin Grigoras,Daniel Rappaport, Jeff M. Smith
Affiliation: National Center for Media Forensics, University of Colorado Denver, Denver, CO, USA
AES Conference: 46th International Conference: Audio Forensics (June 2012)
Paper Number: 5-1
Publication Date: June 1, 2012
Subject: Audio Authentication
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