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ARCA23K: An audio dataset for investigating open-set label noise

@article{Iqbal2021ARCA23KAA,
  title={ARCA23K: An audio dataset for investigating open-set label noise},
  author={Turab Iqbal and Yin Cao and Andrew Bailey and MarkD . Plumbley and Wenwu Wang},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2109.09227}
}
The availability of audio data on sound sharing platforms such as Freesound gives users access to large amounts of annotated audio. Utilising such data for training is becoming increasingly popular, but the problem of label noise that is often prevalent in such datasets requires further investigation. This paper introduces ARCA23K, an Automatically Retrieved and Curated Audio dataset comprised of over 23 000 labelled Freesound clips. Unlike past datasets such as FSDKaggle2018 and FSDnoisy18K… Expand

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