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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style SoundSense: Scalable Sound -Hong LU, Wei Pan, Nicholas D. Lane, Tanzeem Choudhury and Andrew T. Campbell-Department of Computer Science Dartmouth College, 2009, number of pages 14 Presented By: Rene Chacon Current use of Sound Sensing in mobile Sound Sense (Abstract) 1Paper: SoundSense: Scalable Sound Sensing for People-Centric Applications on Mobile Phones Sounds used to dictate a persons surrounding environment . Audio stream degrades more gracefully (phone in pocket) and as such is still useful. Sound Sense (Introduction) 1Paper: SoundSense: Scalable Sound Sensing for People-Centric Applications on Mobile Phones Audio Sensing Scalability Problem-Voice, Music, Am bient sounds-hierarchical classification architecture Goal of SoundSense is to support robust Sound Sense (Section 2) 1Paper: SoundSense: Scalable Sound Sensing for People-Centric Applications on Mobile Phones Privacy Issues and Resource Lim itations-SoundSense processes all audio data on the phone.-Consider the accuracy and cost tradeoff....
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