This paper presents a description of the MIT Lincoln Laboratory language recognition system submitted to the NIST 2007 Language Recognition Evaluation. This system consists of a fusion of four core recognizers, two based on tokenization and two based on spectral similarity. Results for NIST's 14-language detection task are presented for both the closed-set and open-set tasks and for the 30, 10 and 3 second durations. On the 30 second 14-language closed set detection task, the system achieves a 1% equal error rate.
Bibliographic reference. Torres-Carrasquillo, Pedro A. / Singer, Elliot / Campbell, W. M. / Gleason, Terry / McCree, Alan / Reynolds, Douglas A. / Richardson, Fred / Shen, Wade / Sturim, Douglas E. (2008): "The MITLL NIST LRE 2007 language recognition system", In INTERSPEECH-2008, 719-722.