A new methodology to infer the singing activity of an avian community: The Acoustic Complexity Index (ACI)

@article{Pieretti2011ANM,
  title={A new methodology to infer the singing activity of an avian community: The Acoustic Complexity Index (ACI)},
  author={N. Pieretti and A. Farina and D. Morri},
  journal={Ecological Indicators},
  year={2011},
  volume={11},
  pages={868-873}
}
Abstract The animal soundscape is a field of growing interest because of the implications it has for human–landscape interactions. Yet, it continues to be a difficult subject to investigate, due to the huge amount of information which it contains. In this contribution, the suitability of the Acoustic Complexity Index (ACI) is examined. It is an algorithm created to produce a direct quantification of the complex biotic songs by computing the variability of the intensities registered in audio… Expand
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