## Automatic Bird Song Recognition |

### From inside the book

Results 1-3 of 4

Page 33

The

approach for comparing waveform A with waveform B: At each point in B, one

could use the model for A (the vector a) and previous values of B to predict the

present ...

The

**Itakura**[I]**distance**metric is widely used. It is motivated by the followingapproach for comparing waveform A with waveform B: At each point in B, one

could use the model for A (the vector a) and previous values of B to predict the

present ...

Page 39

(p+N), and the time to compute the

=2048, the constants in the computation time formulae are such that the LPC fit

and Itakura metric can be computed in less time than the FFT. The larger the

order ...

(p+N), and the time to compute the

**Itakura distance**metric is p”. For p = 20 and N=2048, the constants in the computation time formulae are such that the LPC fit

and Itakura metric can be computed in less time than the FFT. The larger the

order ...

Page 41

The samples were spaced so that the unused gaps in each chirp were of equal

length. A variant of the

The formula given there is normally used "for computational reasons" ([RS] p. 499

) ...

The samples were spaced so that the unused gaps in each chirp were of equal

length. A variant of the

**Itakura distance**metric of Section 8.1.3 was used here.The formula given there is normally used "for computational reasons" ([RS] p. 499

) ...

### What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

### Common terms and phrases

60 Figure acoustic algorithm analysis average amplitude avian bird song bird species California Quail calls CDFE cepstral cepstral peak Cepstrum chirp feature vectors chirp list Clark's Nutcracker comparison Computer congruent corresponding described in Section detected difference dynamic time warping entire song excursion cycle Figure 11b formula Frequency Frequency Duration glottal Greenewalt harmonics Hence High Low High House Finch human speech recognition I I I individual inter-note distances internal tympaniform membranes Itakura distance length Linear Prediction Low High Low magnitude Markov models noise Olive-sided Flycatcher phase phonemes present point range recognition system recordings represented ripples sample points sampling rate Scrub Jay segment of speech sequence of labels signal similar sine wave sonagrams song feature Song Sparrow sound spectrum squawk Steller's Jay subsource Swainson's Thrush syntactic Theorem thesis trachea Typical upward zero crossing vibration vocal tract Warbling Vireo waveform Western Meadowlark whistled White-crowned Sparrow