By Tony Allen, Richard Ellis, Miltos Petridis
The papers during this quantity are the refereed program papers offered at AI-2008, the Twenty-eighth SGAI foreign convention on leading edge ideas and purposes of man-made Intelligence, held in Cambridge in December 2008. They current new and cutting edge functions of man-made intelligence throughout quite a lot of domain names; divided into sections on laptop studying, internet applied sciences, clever platforms and AI in healthiness Care. the amount additionally comprises the textual content of brief papers awarded as posters on the convention. this is often the 16th quantity within the program and ideas sequence, which bargains an annual photograph of the newest purposes of man-made intelligence throughout undefined, trade, schooling and govt. The Technical movement papers are released as a better half quantity less than the identify study and improvement in clever structures XXV.
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Many time-frequency decomposition methods have been developed for analysis of non-stationary signals including sounds such as, for example, short-time Fourier transform (STFT) and continuous wavelet transform (CWT). Conversion of a time domain signal into timefrequency domain increases the size of feature space from a one-dimensional signal to a two-dimensional power spectrum such as a spectrogram in case of STFT or a scalogram in case of CWT. Typically, the feature space generated by time-frequency decomposition is reduced to a few significant coefficients by computing various empirically chosen statistics for time and frequency windows, thus making pattern recognition dependent on a small set of extracted features.
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Applications and Innovations in Intelligent Systems XVI: Proceedings of AI-2008, The Twenty-eighth SGAI International Conference on Innovative Techniques ... of Artificial Intelligence (v. 16) by Tony Allen, Richard Ellis, Miltos Petridis