## Automatic Bird Song Recognition |

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In addition to

Fourier and Linear Predictive methods and the physiology of bird song

production is discussed. 1. INTRODUCTION In general, identifying bird species

from their ...

In addition to

**analysis**based on the chirp feature list, spectral**analysis**based onFourier and Linear Predictive methods and the physiology of bird song

production is discussed. 1. INTRODUCTION In general, identifying bird species

from their ...

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Hence in cases of pairs of species where these broad characteristics are similar

in each species, but spectral qualities are quite different, it is useful to return to

the original waveform and perform spectral

and ...

Hence in cases of pairs of species where these broad characteristics are similar

in each species, but spectral qualities are quite different, it is useful to return to

the original waveform and perform spectral

**analysis**. The Western Meadowlarkand ...

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LPC

additive and multiplicative constants, the time required to perform an N-point FFT

is N*log(N).

time ...

LPC

**analysis**is usually computationally faster than FFT**analysis**. Ignoringadditive and multiplicative constants, the time required to perform an N-point FFT

is N*log(N).

**Analysis**of the method given in ([RS], pp. 407-411,499) shows thetime ...

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