Emergency Siren Recognition in Urban Scenarios: Synthetic Dataset and Deep Learning Models

@inproceedings{Cantarini2020EmergencySR,
  title={Emergency Siren Recognition in Urban Scenarios: Synthetic Dataset and Deep Learning Models},
  author={Michela Cantarini and Luca Serafini and Leonardo Gabrielli and Emanuele Principi and Stefano Squartini},
  booktitle={ICIC},
  year={2020}
}

Few-Shot Emergency Siren Detection

Extensive experiments conducted on several recording sensor placements prove that few-shot learning is a reliable technique even in real-world scenarios and gives valuable insights for developing an in-car emergency vehicle detection system.

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