Feature-Aided Tracking for Marine Mammal Detection and Classification

@inproceedings{Grard2009FeatureAidedTF,
  title={Feature-Aided Tracking for Marine Mammal Detection and Classification},
  author={Odile G{\'e}rard and Craig Carthel and Stefano P. Coraluppi and Peter Willett},
  year={2009}
}
This paper presents a method to detect and classify odontocete echolocation clicks as well as to estimate the number of animals that are vocalizing. A transient detector using the Page test [1-3] is used to extract the clicks: the click time, the click duration, the click amplitude and the spectral information of the clicks are extracted. A probability distribution over the species is assigned to each click, based on the spectral information of the click. The estimation of the number of animals… CONTINUE READING
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