The goal of the NIST Speaker Recognition Evaluation (SRE) series is to contribute to the direction of research efforts and the calibration of technical capabilities of text independent speaker recognition. The overarching objective of the evaluations has always been to drive the technology forward, to measure the state-of-the-art, and to find the most promising algorithmic approaches.
NIST has been coordinating Speaker Recognition Evaluations since 1996. Since then over 70 research sites have participated in our evaluations. Each year new researchers in industry and universities are encouraged to participate. Collaboration between universities and industries is also welcomed.
Each evaluation begins with the announcement of the official evaluation plan which clearly states the rules and tasks involved with the evaluation. The evaluation culminates with a follow-up workshop, where NIST reports the official results and researchers share in their findings. The current plan is to have an evaluation once every two years.
The next evaluation is currently planned for the fall of 2019. Check back here for details.
Past Evaluation Plans and Results:
|Evaluation Plan||Evaluation Results|
|SRE16||SRE16 Evaluation Plan||SRE16 Results|
|SRE12||SRE12 Evaluation Plan||SRE12 Results|
|SRE10||SRE10 Evaluation Plan||SRE10 Results|
|SRE08||SRE08 Evaluation Plan||SRE08 Results|
|SRE06||SRE06 Evaluation Plan|
|SRE05||SRE05 Evaluation Plan|
|SRE04||SRE04 Evaluation Plan|
|SRE03||SRE03 Evaluation Plan|
|SRE02||SRE02 Evaluation Plan|
|SRE01||SRE01 Evaluation Plan|
|SRE00||SRE00 Evaluation Plan|
|SRE99||SRE99 Evaluation Plan|
|SRE98||SRE98 Evaluation Plan|
|SRE97||SRE97 Evaluation Plan|