Application of neuro-fuzzy approaches to recognition and classification of infant cry

@article{Srijiranon2014ApplicationON,
  title={Application of neuro-fuzzy approaches to recognition and classification of infant cry},
  author={Krittakom Srijiranon and Narissara Eiamkanitchat},
  journal={TENCON 2014 - 2014 IEEE Region 10 Conference},
  year={2014},
  pages={1-6}
}
Languages are used as a tool for human to communicate their needs to one another. To be able to use any language human beings need time to learn to achieve understanding. The newborn babies use their cries by their instinct to communicate their needs. The difference cries of the infant can indicate different requirements. This work proposes a method to determine the meanings of infant cries according to the baby expert. It applies the novel Neuro-fuzzy techniques for the classification and… CONTINUE READING

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