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A coustical contribution to automatic identification of moving objects

By WOLF (D.), CICCOTELLI (J.), DUFAUT (M.) and HUSSON (R.)

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This paper sets out an automatic identification system-based on an acoustic principle-with regard to animals . The animal\ud carries a resonant object which produces a sound when it moves . Thus, the animal is identified by the emitted sound.\ud First a probability then frequential model leads to an algorithm of identification involving a system eliminating interférence .\ud Front these results, we have developped a prototype which permits the testing of the efficiency on the spot . Finally, we have\ud tested the reliability of this new type of identificator .Description d'un dispositif d'identification automatique d'animaux fondé sur un principe acoustiqu

Topics: Reconnaissance forme, Traitement acoustique, Identification, Automatisation, Corps mobile, Test hypothèse, Déplacement actif animal
Publisher: GRETSI, Saint Martin d'Hères, France
Year: 1988
OAI identifier: oai:documents.irevues.inist.fr:2042/1665
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