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ОбложкаGanchev T.D. Computational bioacoustics: biodiversity monitoring and assessment. - Boston; Berlin: De Gruyter, 2017. - xii, 222 p.: ill., tab. - (Speech technology and text mining in medicine and health care; vol.4). - Bibliogr.: p.209-220. - Ind.: p.221-222. - ISBN 978-1-61451-729-0; ISSN 2329-5198
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Оглавление / Contents
 
Acronyms ..................................................... XIII

1    Introduction ............................................... 1
1.1  Why should we care about biodiversity? ..................... 1
1.2  Role of computational bioacoustics ......................... 3
1.3  The benefits of computational bioacoustics ................. 5
1.4  Book organization .......................................... 7
1.5  How to use this book ...................................... 10
1.6  The home page for this book ............................... 12

2    Why computational bioacoustics? ........................... 13
     Introduction .............................................. 13
2.1  Ancient roots ............................................. 15
2.2  Contemporary bioacoustics ................................. 17
2.3  Computational bioacoustics ................................ 22
2.4  Relations between bioacoustics and computational
     bioacoustics .............................................. 25
2.5  Research topics and application areas ..................... 28

3    Definition of tasks ....................................... 32
     Introduction .............................................. 32
3.1  One-species detection ..................................... 37
3.2  Species identification .................................... 39
3.3  Multi-label species identification ........................ 41
3.4  One-category recognition .................................. 45
3.5  One-species recognition ................................... 47
3.6  Multispecies diarization .................................. 49
3.7  Localization and tracking of individuals .................. 52
3.8  Sound event-type recognition .............................. 54
3.9  Abundance assessment ...................................... 57
3.10 Clustering of sound events ................................ 58
3.11 Biodiversity assessment indices ........................... 60
3.12 Practical difficulties related to real-world operation ....

4    Acoustic libraries ........................................ 64
     Introduction .............................................. 64
4.1  The training library ...................................... 68
     4.1.1  TL organization .................................... 68
     4.1.2  Creation of training libraries ..................... 71
     4.1.3  Manual creation of TLs ............................. 72
     4.1.4  TLs based on clean recordings ...................... 75
     4.1.5  Challenges related to TLs' creation ................ 76
     4.1.6  Computational bioacoustics in support of TL 
            creation ........................................... 77
     4.1.7  What if large TLs are not feasible? ................ 77
4.2  The acoustic background library ........................... 77
     4.2.1  What if large BL is not available? ................. 79
     4.2.2  Computational bioacoustics in support of BL
            creation ........................................... 80
4.3  The validation library .................................... 82
     4.3.1  Computational bioacoustics in support of VL
            creation ........................................... 85
4.4  The evaluation library .................................... 86
     4.4.1  Computational bioacoustics in support of EL
            creation ........................................... 87
     Concluding remarks ........................................ 88

5    One-dimensional audio parameterization .................... 89
     Introduction .............................................. 89
5.1  Audio pre-processing ...................................... 90
     5.1.1  Variable-length segmentation ....................... 92
     5.1.2  Uniform-length segmentation ........................ 93
5.2  Audio parameterization .................................... 93
5.3  Post-processing of audio features ......................... 96
     5.3.1  Statistical standardization ........................ 98
     5.3.2  Temporal derivatives ............................... 98
     5.3.3  Shifted delta coefficients ......................... 99
     Concluding remarks ....................................... 100

6    Two-dimensional audio parameterization ................... 101
     Introduction ............................................. 101
6.1  The audio spectrogram .................................... 102
6.2  The thresholded spectrogram .............................. 105
6.3  Morphological filtering of the thresholded spectrogram ... 107
6.4  MFCC'estimation with robust frames selection ............. 114
6.5  Points of interest-based features ........................ 121
6.6  Bag-of-instances audio descriptors ....................... 126
Concluding remarks ............................................ 135

7    Audio recognizers ........................................ 137
     Introduction ............................................. 137
7.1  Overview of classification methods ....................... 137
7.2  One-species detectors .................................... 143
7.3  Single-label classification with a single model per
     category ................................................. 148
7.4  Single-label classification with multi-classifier
     schemes .................................................. 151
7.5  MIML classification schemes .............................. 154
     Concluding remarks ....................................... 159

8    Application examples ..................................... 161
     Introduction ............................................. 161
8.1  The ARBIMON project ...................................... 164
     8.1.1  The ARBIMON Acoustics project ..................... 164
     8.1.2  The ARBIMON II project ............................ 167
8.2  The AmiBio project ....................................... 170
8.3  The Pantanal Biomonitoring Project ....................... 178
8.4  The SABIOD project ....................................... 181
8.5  The ENTOMATIC project .................................... 182
8.6  The REMOSIS project ...................................... 184
     Concluding remarks ....................................... 185

9    Useful resources ......................................... 189
     Introduction ............................................. 189
9.1  Online audio data sets and resources ..................... 190
     9.1.1  The xeno-canto repository ......................... 190
     9.1.2  The Borror Laboratory of Bioacoustics Sound
            Archive ........................................... 191
     9.1.3  The Macaulay Library .............................. 191
     9.1.4  The British Library Sound Archive ................. 191
     9.1.5  Sound Library of the Wildlife Sound Recording
            Society ........................................... 192
     9.1.6  The BioAcoustica repository ....................... 192
     9.1.7  The Animal Sound Archive at the Museum für
            Naturkunde in Berlin .............................. 193
     9.1.8  Australian National Wildlife Collection Sound
            Archive ........................................... 193
     9.1.9  The Western SoundScape Archive .................... 193
     9.1.10 The DORSA Archive ................................. 194
     9.1.11 The Nature Sounds Society ......................... 194
     9.1.12 The Acoustics Ecology Institute ................... 194
     9.1.13 Sound resources not listed here ................... 194
9.2  Software tools and services .............................. 195
9.3  Online information ....................................... 198
9.4  Scientific forums ........................................ 199
9.5  Technology evaluation campaigns .......................... 200

Concluding remarks ............................................ 203
Epilogue ...................................................... 205
References .................................................... 209
Index ......................................................... 221


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