Sensor Network for the Monitoring of Ecosystem: Bird Species Recognition
Cai, Jinhai, Ee, Dominic, Pham, Binh, & Roe, Paul (2007) Sensor Network for the Monitoring of Ecosystem: Bird Species Recognition. In Third International Conference on Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks and Information Processing 2007, December 3-6, Melbourne, Australia.
In this paper, we investigated the performance of bird species recognition using neural networks with different preprocessing methods and different sets of features. Context neural network architecture was designed to embed the dynamic nature of bird songs into inputs. We devised a noise reduction algorithm and effectively applied it to enhance bird species recognition. The performance of the context neural network architecture was comparatively evaluated with linear/mel frequency cepstral coefficients and promising experimental results were achieved.
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