Compression of Acoustic Event Detection Models with Low-rank Matrix Factorization and Quantization Training

In this paper, we present a compression approach based on the combination of low-rank matrix factorization and quantization training, to reduce complexity for neural network based acoustic event detection (AED) models. Our experimental results show this combined compression approach is very effective. For a three-layer long short-term memory (LSTM) based AED model, the original model size can be reduced to 1% with negligible loss of accuracy. Our approach enables the feasibility of deploying AED for resource-constraint applications.

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