Automatic Classification of a Taxon-Rich Community Recorded in the Wild

@inproceedings{Potamitis2014AutomaticCO,
  title={Automatic Classification of a Taxon-Rich Community Recorded in the Wild},
  author={Ilyas Potamitis},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
There is a rich literature on automatic species identification of a specific target taxon as regards various vocalizing animals. Research usually is restricted to specific species--in most cases a single one. It is only very recently that the number of monitored species has started to increase for certain habitats involving birds. Automatic acoustic monitoring has not yet been proven to be generic enough to scale to other taxa and habitats than the ones described in the original research… CONTINUE READING

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