To get an idea of what audio mining is and how it can be used, people can read this article from the Cutter Consortium. It lists six broad areas that can...
A detailed introduction is offered on the Leavitt Communications Web site. This article delves into how audio mining works by giving a basic technical...
A new method of searching an audio file, dubbed the "phonetic search engine," is compared to traditional methods in this white paper. The 10-page pdf document...
This publication from the Compaq Cambridge Research Laboratory discusses ways of collecting and analyzing information from an audio file. It also details the...
The World Wide Web Consortium released this latest version of the Voice Extensible Markup Language, which could have applications for the audio mining...
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