Michael Mcloughlin

Michael Mcloughlin
The University of York · Department of Electronic Engineering

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Abstract Vocalisations carry emotional, physiological, and individual information. This suggests that they may serve as potentially useful indicators for inferring animal welfare. At the same time, automated methods for analysing and classifying sound have developed rapidly, particularly in the fields of ecology, conservation, and sound scene clas...
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Male humpback whales produce hierarchically structured songs, primarily during the breeding season. These songs gradually change over the course of the breeding season, and are generally population specific. However, instances have been recorded of more rapid song changes where the song of a population can be replaced by the song of an adjacent pop...
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This paper presents a knowledge-based, data-driven method for using data describing action-sound couplings collected from a group of people to generate multiple complex map-pings between the performance movements of a musician and sound synthesis. This is done by using a database of multimodal motion data collected from multiple subjects coupled wi...
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Humpback whales (Megaptera Novaengliae) present one of the most complex displays of cultural transmission amongst non-humans. During breeding seasons, male humpback whales create long, hierarchical songs, which are shared amongst a population. Every male in the population conforms to the same song in a population. During the breeding season these s...
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The empirical investigation of cultural transmission phenomena in the animal kingdom is often a challenging task, especially if carried out on wild populations with vast home ranges. Humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) present a striking example of cultural transmission. Within a population, all males in acoustic contact conform to a similar s...

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