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Sound event classification using deep neural network based transfer learning
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 Title & Authors
Sound event classification using deep neural network based transfer learning
Lim, Hyungjun; Kim, Myung Jong; Kim, Hoirin;
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 Abstract
Deep neural network that effectively capture the characteristics of data has been widely used in various applications. However, the amount of sound database is often insufficient for learning the deep neural network properly, so resulting in overfitting problems. In this paper, we propose a transfer learning framework that can effectively train the deep neural network even with insufficient sound event data by employing rich speech or music data. A series of experimental results verify that proposed method performs significantly better than the baseline deep neural network that was trained only with small sound event data.
 Keywords
Sound event classification;Transfer learning;Deep neural network;
 Language
Korean
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