Posted on 13 October 2017
Computational bioacoustics is the application of computing and electronics to the analysis of animal sounds. The talk will outline the principles and give examples of applications ranging from the detection and automated identification of singing species, rapid and long-term biodiversity assessment, and the detection in agriculture and horticulture. The talk will include lots of examples of unusual and rarely heard sounds.
For more details about the event, please visit the Institute of Physics website.