Memory Controlled Sequential Self Attention for Sound Recognition

13 May 2020Arjun PankajakshanHelen L. BearVinod SubramanianEmmanouil Benetos

In this paper we investigate the importance of the extent of memory in sequential self attention for sound recognition. We propose to use a memory controlled sequential self attention mechanism on top of a convolutional recurrent neural network (CRNN) model for polyphonic sound event detection (SED)... (read more)

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