Audio Signal Classification : An Overview

@inproceedings{Gerhard2000AudioSC,
  title={Audio Signal Classification : An Overview},
  author={David Gerhard},
  year={2000}
}
Audio signal classification consists of extracting physical and perceptual features from a sound, and of using these features to identify into which of a set of classes the sound is most likely to fit. The feature extraction and classification algorithms used can be quite diverse depending on the classification domain of the application. This paper presents an overview of the current state of the audio signal classification research literature. 

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