Gépi tanuláson (ML AI) alapuló adatosztályozás a víz alatti hangok és zajok elemzésére

Machine Learning (ML AI) based data classification for underwater sound and noise analysis

Authors

  • ARADI Attila
  • VARGA Attila Károly

Keywords:

hidrofon, bioakusztika, gépi tanulás, mesterséges intelligencia, víz alatti zaj, cetfélék akusztikus kommunikációja, víz alatti hangok osztályozása, neurális hálózat (NN)

Abstract

In this article, we introduce a machine learning method rooted in artificial intelligence (AI) and neural network (NN) frameworks for categorizing underwater acoustics, marine ambient noises, and marine mammal vocalizations (such as those of dolphins and other cetaceans) captured via hydrophones. The gathering of such audio data yields an extensive collection of underwater sound samples. Manually analyzing these recordings can be tedious, prone to mistakes, and may lead to oversight, especially given the repetitive nature of the task. Bearing these factors in mind, we explore the potential of employing AI for refining and categorizing these audio samples, aiming to identify specific marine species like dolphins and cetaceans, as well as pinpointing the type of vessel for ship-generated noises.

Kivonat

Ebben a tanulmányban egy mesterséges intelligencián (AI) azaz neurális hálózaton (NN) alapuló gépi tanulási technikát mutatunk be, és annak alkalmazását a víz alatti hangok, víz alatti zajok és tengeri emlősök (delfinek, cetfélék) hidrofonokkal rögzített víz alatti hangjainak osztályozására. Az adatgyűjtési folyamat során nagy mennyiségű víz alatti hangfelvétel keletkezik, amelyek emberi feldolgozására igen időigényes, és a munka monoton jellege miatt nagy az emberi hiba és az emberi figyelmetlenség lehetősége. Ezeket a szempontokat figyelembe véve felmerült a mesterséges intelligencia alkalmazásának lehetősége a hangfelvételek utólagos feldolgozására, a hangok osztályozására, a cetfélék és delfinek esetében a fajfelismerés szintjéig, a hajóforgalom zaja esetében pedig a hajótípus-felismerés szintjéig.

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2023-10-11