ISCA Archive SLTU 2014
ISCA Archive SLTU 2014

“STC spoofing” database for text-dependent speaker recognition evaluation

Konstantin Simonchik, Vadim Shchemelinin

The paper describes the “STC Spoofing” database, which consists of a set of recordings of “live” speech by several speakers, as well as synthesized speech fragments obtained using a TTS engine based on these speakers’ voices. The database can be used for testing the robustness of textdependent speaker verification systems against spoofing attacks, as well as for research and development of methods for fighting break-ins into biometric systems that are performed using synthesized speech. .

Index Terms: Database, spoofing, anti-spoofing


Cite as: Simonchik, K., Shchemelinin, V. (2014) “STC spoofing” database for text-dependent speaker recognition evaluation. Proc. 4th Workshop on Spoken Language Technologies for Under-Resourced Languages (SLTU 2014), 221-224

@inproceedings{simonchik14_sltu,
  author={Konstantin Simonchik and Vadim Shchemelinin},
  title={{“STC spoofing” database for text-dependent speaker recognition evaluation}},
  year=2014,
  booktitle={Proc. 4th Workshop on Spoken Language Technologies for Under-Resourced Languages  (SLTU 2014)},
  pages={221--224}
}