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Towards a Unified Methodology for Forensic Speaker Identification
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While the forensic and judicial community advocate a unified methodology for the identification of speakers, the market with its need for differentiation and the scientific field with its vertiginous progress are opposed with indifference to that longing. This paper proposes a methodology that includes as broadly as possible all the technologies available in the current forensic laboratories. This covers the reception of the samples and the plan of the analysis strategy, continuing with the adequacy of the material and the identification itself, until the final report is drawn up and the samples returned. The validation of the technique used was incorporated in the procedure, so that it could also count on reliable and comparable results between different laboratories. The recommendation on using likelihood ratios is independent of the results of the technique used, and makes it more understandable for lawyers, judges and justice personnel who must make important decisions from them.
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