|Título||Sound-based automatic neotropical sciaenid fishes identification: Cynoscion jamaicensis|
|Tipo de publicación||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2014|
|Autores||Ruiz-Blais, S, Camacho, A, Rivera-Chavarria, MR|
|Journal||Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics|
We present a method to automatically identify sound emissions produced by sciaenid fishes, and in particular by Cynoscion jamaicensis. This species' sound emissions typically have a 24 Hz pulse repetition rate and a quasi-harmonic pattern can be appreciated in spectra, which produces a pitched quality in the sounds. The proposed method is based on long-term partialloudness, pulse repetition rate, pitch strength, and timbre statistics. Current results show an F-measure of 0.9.