Pattern Recognition, International Conference on (2006)
Aug. 20, 2006 to Aug. 24, 2006
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/ICPR.2006.426
Erika Vilches , Tecnol?gico de Monterrey, Campus Estado de M?xico
Ivan A. Escobar , Tecnol?gico de Monterrey, Campus Estado de M?xico
Edgar E. Vallejo , Tecnol?gico de Monterrey, Campus Estado de M?xico
Charles E. Taylor , University of California Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA
In this work we explore the application of data mining techniques to the problem of acoustic recognition of bird species. Most bird song analysis tools produce a large amount of spectral and temporal attributes from the acoustic signal. The identification of distinctive features has become critical in resource constrained applications such as habitat monitoring by sensor networks. Reducing computational requirements makes affordable to run a classifier on devices with power consumption constraints, such as nodes in a sensor network. Experimental results demonstrate that considerable dimensionality reduction can be achieved without significant loss in classification efficiency.
E. Vilches, C. E. Taylor, I. A. Escobar and E. E. Vallejo, "Data Mining Applied to Acoustic Bird Species Recognition," 2006 18th International Conference on Pattern Recognition(ICPR), Hong Kong, 2006, pp. 400-403.