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A Highly Robust Audio Fingerprinting System

  title={A Highly Robust Audio Fingerprinting System},
  author={Jaap Haitsma and Ton Kalker},
Imagine the following situation. [] Key Method By using the fingerprint of an unknown audio clip as a query on a fingerprint database, which contains the fingerprints of a large library of songs, the audio clip can be identified. At the core of the presented system are a highly robust fingerprint extraction method and a very efficient fingerprint search strategy, which enables searching a large fingerprint database with only limited computing resources.

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