Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : Vaitheeshwari A  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 05 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 83-86

Abstract – Speaker authentication scheme is used to identify the authorized voice. This paper is used to security of much real time application. In conventional method using vector floating point unit architecture by different algorithm in which the performance is poor and maximum delay truncated. The suggested method is Montgomery multiplication algorithm implemented on vector floating point unit architecture and added the mel-frequency cepstrum co-efficient and support vector machine algorithm in order to the performance is better and accuracy also obtained. It support the property is accuracy, delay and modulated voice etc… The Xilinx ISE input is getting from the MATLAB output. The algorithm was verified to done the database of utterances in different users to providing better results at dissimilar environmental condition. To conclude the trial results are providing in better efficiency.

Keywords— Montgomery multiplication algorithm, mel frequency cepstrum co-efficient, support vector machine, truncated, performance, vector floating point unit and FPGA. 


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