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DCASE 2018 Challenge Surrey cross-task convolutional neural network baseline

  title={DCASE 2018 Challenge Surrey cross-task convolutional neural network baseline},
  author={Qiuqiang Kong and Turab Iqbal and Yong Xu and Wenwu Wang and Mark D. Plumbley},
The Detection and Classification of Acoustic Scenes and Events (DCASE) consists of five audio classification and sound event detectiontasks: 1)Acousticsceneclassification,2)General-purposeaudio tagging of Freesound, 3) Bird audio detection, 4) Weakly-labeled semi-supervised sound event detection and 5) Multi-channel audio classification. In this paper, we create a cross-task baseline system for all five tasks based on a convlutional neural network (CNN): a “CNN Baseline” system. We implemented CNNs… 

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