C.J.C. Burges, J.C. Platt, and S. Jana
A key problem faced by audio identification, classification, and retrieval systems is the mapping of high-dimensional audio input data into informative lower-dimensional feature vectors. This paper explores an automatic dimensionality reduction algorithm called Distortion Discriminant Analysis (DDA). Each layer of DDA projects its input into directions which maximize the SNR for a given set of distortions. Multiple layers efficiently extract features over a wide temporal window. The audio input to DDA undergoes perceptually-relevant preprocessing and de-equalization, to further suppress distortions. We apply DDA to the task of identifying audio clips in an incoming audio stream, based on matching stored audio fingerprints. We show excellent test results on matching input fingerprints against 36 hours of stored audio data.
|Published in||Proc. IEEE Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing|
|Publisher||IEEE Signal Processing Society|
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