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GISE-51: A scalable isolated sound events dataset

@article{Yadav2021GISE51AS,
  title={GISE-51: A scalable isolated sound events dataset},
  author={Sarthak Yadav and Mary Ellen Foster},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2103.12306}
}
Most of the existing isolated sound event datasets consist of a small number of sound event classes, usually 10 to 15, restricted to a small domain, such as domestic and urban sound events. In this work, we introduce GISE-51, a dataset spanning 51 isolated sound events belonging to a broad domain of event types, derived from FSD50K [1]. We also release GISE-51-Mixtures, a dataset of 5-second soundscapes with hard-labelled event boundaries synthesized from GISE-51 isolated sound events. We… 

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