Processing the workshop datasets using the TRUD algorithm
AbstractThe Transient Research Underwater Detector (TRUD) is designed to search for echolocation clicks from marine mammals. It uses a spectrogram correlation method with a set of reference matrices to search for clicks from multiple species. This paper describes the algorithm and presents the results of processing the workshop datasets from the Third International Workshop on the Detection and Classification of Marine Mammals using Passive Acoustics held in Boston in July, 2007. The work shows that TRUD can detect and classify the target species. Recommendations are made for further improvements to the algorithm.
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