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This is my first time posting here. Hoping someone could help me in my research.
 
I am looking for a very simple "Audio Pattern Matching" algorithm
 
that will serve a simple purpose.
 
e.g.
 
Heres the scenario, I will make my voice as a means of password for a door to open.
 
If it doesn't match my voice then of course door will not open plus a standby video will eventually turn on.
 
This is just my idea for eventual security purpose.
 
BTW, we (my group mates) want to develop it in C++.
 
Thanks in advance for who can give me a link or idea on how to do this.
Posted 24-Jun-13 22:23pm
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pwasser at 25-Jun-13 3:40am
   
Your question is just a thought bubble with no detail. How would you expect someone to read your mind and then present you with a link that solves the problem. You need to do a little work first and then come back with some solid question.
mabg at 25-Jun-13 4:05am
   
I see...Newbie mistake. I'll edit my question then.
nv3 at 25-Jun-13 4:32am
   
There is no such thing as a "simple" voice recognition algorithm. Everything that will work in practice will be rather complex and will require some deep understanding of signal processing and voice signal decomposition.

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H.Brydon at 26-Jun-13 12:45pm
   
Here's that +5 I promised you... :-)

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