Date of Graduation
Bachelor of Science
Computer Science and Computer Engineering
Committee Member/Second Reader
Deep learning has been recently proven to be a viable asset in determining features in the field of Speech Analysis. Deep learning methods like Convolutional Neural Networks facilitate the expansion of specific feature information in waveforms, allowing networks to create more feature dense representations of data. Our work attempts to address the problem of re-creating a face given a speaker's voice and speaker identification using deep learning methods. In this work, we first review the fundamental background in speech processing and its related applications. Then we introduce novel deep learning-based methods to speech feature analysis. Finally, we will present our deep learning approaches to speaker identification and speech to face synthesis. The presented method can convert a speaker audio sample to an image of their predicted face. This framework is composed of several chained together networks, each with an essential step in the conversion process. These include Audio embedding, encoding, and face generation networks, respectively. Our experiments show that certain features can map to the face and that with a speaker's voice, DNNs can create their face and that a GUI could be used in conjunction to display a speaker recognition network's data.
Speaker Recognition, Speech to Face, MFCC, Convolution Neural Networks, Service Learning
Waterworth, N. (2020). Speech Processing in Computer Vision Applications. Computer Science and Computer Engineering Undergraduate Honors Theses Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/csceuht/84
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Commons, Graphics and Human Computer Interfaces Commons, Service Learning Commons, Software Engineering Commons