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Audio Recognition using Mel Spectrograms and Convolution Neural Networks

@inproceedings{Leitner2019AudioRU,
  title={Audio Recognition using Mel Spectrograms and Convolution Neural Networks},
  author={Boyang Zhang Jared Leitner and Samuel Thornton},
  year={2019}
}
Automatic sound recognition has received heightened research interest in recent years due to its many potential applications. These include automatic labeling of video/audio content and real-time sound detection for robotics. While image classification is a heavily researched topic, sound identification is less mature. In this study, we take advantage of the robust machine learning techniques developed for image classification and apply them on the sound recognition problem. Raw audio data from… 

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