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    • A knowledge-based approach to automatic detection of equipment alarm sounds in a neonatal intensive care unit environment 

      Raboshchuk, Ganna; Nadeu Camprubí, Climent; Jancovic, Peter; Peiró Lilja, Alexandre Cristian; Kokuer, Munevver; Muñoz Mahamud, Blanca; Riverola de Veciana, Ana (2017-12-21)
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      A large number of alarm sounds triggered by biomedical equipment occur frequently in the noisy environment of a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and play a key role in providing healthcare. In this paper, our work on ...
    • Acoustic study of a neonatal intensive care unit: preliminary results 

      Raboshchuk, Ganna; Nadeu Camprubí, Climent; Muñoz Mahamud, Blanca; Riverola de Veciana, Ana; Navarro Hervas, Santiago (Copicentro Granada, 2014)
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      The acoustic environment of a typical neonatal intensive care unit is very rich and may contain a large number of di erent sounds, which reflect the activities taking place in it. There exists a medical concern about the ...
    • Automatic detection of equipment alarms in a neonatal intensive care unit environment: a knowledge-based approach 

      Raboshchuk, Ganna; Jancovic, Peter; Nadeu Camprubí, Climent; Peiró Lilja, Alexandre Cristian; Kokuer, Munevver; Muñoz Mahamud, Blanca; Riverola de Veciana, Ana (International Speech Communication Association (ISCA), 2015)
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      Alarm sounds triggered by biomedical equipment play a key role in providing healthcare in a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). This paper presents our work on automatic detection of acoustic alarms in a noisy NICU ...
    • On the acoustic environment of a neonatal intensive care unit: initial description, and detection of equipment alarms 

      Raboshchuk, Ganna; Nadeu Camprubí, Climent; Ghahabi Esfahani, Omid; Solvez, Sergi; Muñoz Mahamud, Blanca; Riverola de Veciana, Ana; Navarro Hervas, Santiago (International Speech Communication Association (ISCA), 2014)
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      The acoustic environment of a typical neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) is very rich and may contain a large number of different sounds, which come either from the equipment or from the human activities taking place in ...
    • Pre-processing techniques for improved detection of vocalization sounds in a neonatal intensive care unit 

      Raboshchuk, Ganna; Nadeu Camprubí, Climent; Vidiella Pinto, Sergio; Ros Fornells, Oriol; Muñoz Mahamud, Blanca; Riverola de Veciana, Ana (2018-01-01)
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      The sounds occurring in the noisy acoustical environment of a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) are thought to affect the growth and neurodevelopment of preterm infants. Automatic sound detection in a NICU is a novel and ...