Baby Cry Detection in Domestic Environment using Deep Learning

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Ijzerman, Hans;
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Automatic detection of a baby cry in audio signals is an essential step in applications such as remote baby monitoring. It is also important for researchers, who study the relation between baby cry patterns and various health or developmental parameters. In this paper, ... View more
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