Efficient Audio Fingerprint Application Verification Using the Adapted Computational Geometry Algorithm

Marios Poulos, Ioannis Deliyannis, Andreas Floros

Abstract


An earlier work of the authors introduced an adapted version of the Computational Geometry Algorithm (CGA) designed to analyse an audio stream and produce a unique coding-independent fingerprint. As the adaptability and the induced calculation load of the proposed algorithm form a key characteristic for multiple applications, our current investigation aims to measure its performance and stability in dynamic, real-time applications, i.e., in large audio library indexing and dynamic audio recognition. In addition, we investigate the fact that context similarity is also evident across fingerprints; hence a number of comparisons are used to explore the possible uses of this highly desirable algorithmic feature.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/cis.v6n1p70

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Computer and Information Science   ISSN 1913-8989 (Print)   ISSN 1913-8997 (Online)
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