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The task employs a subset of “Audioset: An Ontology And Human-Labeled Dataset For Audio Events” by Google. Audioset consists of an expanding ontology of 632 sound event classes and a collection of 2 million human-labeled 10-second sound clips (less than 21% are shorter than 10-seconds) drawn from 2 million Youtube videos. The ontology is specified as a hierarchical graph of event categories, covering a wide range of human and animal sounds, musical instruments and genres, and common everyday environmental sounds. We will focus on a subset of Audioset that consists of 10 classes of sound events:

Audioset provides annotations at clip level (without time boundaries for the events). Therefore, the annotations are considered as weak labels.

Audio clips are collected from Youtube videos uploaded by independent users so the number of clips per class vary dramatically and the dataset is not balanced (see also Womens Nicola Sweat Sweatshirt Nümph Sale With Credit Card Inexpensive For Sale BCmrxbiUq
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Google researchers conducted a quality assessment task where experts were exposed to 10 randomly selected clips for each class and discovered that a in most of the cases not all the clips contains the event related to the given annotation. More information about the initial annotation process can be found in:

JortF. Gemmeke, Daniel P.W. Ellis, Dylan Freedman, Aren Jansen, Wade Lawrence, R.Channing Moore, Manoj Plakal, and Marvin Ritter. In Proc. IEEE ICASSP 2017. New Orleans, LA, 2017.

Audio event recognition, the human-like ability to identify and relate sounds from audio, is a nascent problem in machine perception. Comparable problems such as object detection in images have reaped enormous benefits from comprehensive datasets -- principally ImageNet. This paper describes the creation of Audio Set, a large-scale dataset of manually-annotated audio events that endeavors to bridge the gap in data availability between image and audio research. Using a carefully structured hierarchical ontology of 635 audio classes guided by the literature and manual curation, we collect data from human labelers to probe the presence of specific audio classes in 10 second segments of YouTube videos. Segments are proposed for labeling using searches based on metadata, context (e.g., links), and content analysis. The result is a dataset of unprecedented breadth and size that will, we hope, substantially stimulate the development of high-performance audio event recognizers.

Audio Set: An ontology and human-labeled dataset for audio events

The weak annotations have been verified manually for a small subset of the training set. The weak annotations are provided in a tab separated csv file under the following format:

For example:

The first column, Y-BJNMHMZDcU_50.000_60.000.wav , is the name of the audio file downloaded from Youtube ( Y-BJNMHMZDcU is Youtube ID of the video from where the 10-second clips was extracted t=50 sec to t=60 sec, correspond to the clip boundaries within the full video) and the last column, Alarm_bell_ringing;Dog corresponds to the sound classes present in the clip separated by a semi-colon.

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I’m so paranoid about missing a flight, I hardly get any shut-eye the night before.

Airports aren’t places made to run; the floors are slippery, passages are always packed with families dropping their loved ones off and sometimes little children chasing each other around while awaiting for parents to wrap bags or check in.

This makes it impossible toget anywhere, especially when you’re late for your flight. I pride myself on the fact that I’ve only ever missed two flights.

There was a time in my life where I was a frequent flyer, but so frequent that the staff at the Vida Café at OR Tambo knew my name. I’d pick up my latte and they would all chant the Vida greeting that’s sung to all coffee-buying customers and someone would always ask me: “So where are you flying to today, ma’am?”.

It was usually domestic, so I would grunt “Cape Town” or “Durban”. The grunting was due to the fact that I’m so paranoid about missing a flight, I hardly got any shut-eye the night before.

I’d get up that morning at 4am and take a cold shower to force myself to wake up. Then I would drive to the airport and, because I’m on the company budget and have to pay the cheapest amount, I’d always park at shade one or two parking, which is a fraction of the cost of the normal exorbitant airport parking fee. I guess you pay less to walk or run further.

I’ve missed two flights. For the first one I blame the Gautrain. That morning the train stopped for at least half an hour with the explanation that cables were stolen in the middle of the night and the train couldn’t run.

The second was just plain negligence on my part. Not allowing enough time for the drive, I got stuck for an hour because of an accident on the highway. Having a persistent nature pushed me to keep driving and beg the lady at the check-in counter to let me on. Her response was that I could book another ticket for an additional amount. Lesson learned.

I vowed I would never miss a flight again, and I haven’t since. Even if it means sleeping on one of those cold metal benches.

This isn’t a confession, but I’ve done that too.

Dummy’s guide to not missing a flight

1, Always check into your flight via your computer or phone 24 hours before. Plan your time. The airport is big and that run will seem much longer when you’re late. Decide on your parking budget before you park.

2. Log on to Travelstart for online check-in. There are options for all international flights so you can find yours, check in and download your boarding pass, which saves you that extra time.

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This topic describes how you can authorize instances to call services in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure .

Introduction

This procedure describes how you can authorize an instance to make API calls in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services. After you set up the required resources and policies, an application running on an instance can call Oracle Cloud Infrastructure public services, removing the need to configure user credentials or a configuration file.

The following services support access by instances:

Any user who has access to the instance (who can SSH to the instance), automatically inherits the privileges granted to the instance. Before you grant permissions to an instance using this procedure, ensure that you know who can access it, and that they should be authorized with the permissions you are granting to the instance.

The following steps summarize the process flow for setting up and using instances as principals. The subsequent sections provide more details.

Create a dynamic group . In the dynamic group definition, you provide the matching rules to specify which instances you want to allow to make API calls against services.

Create a policy granting permissions to the dynamic group to access services in your tenancy (or compartment).

A developer in your organization configures the application built using the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure SDK to authenticate using the instance principals provider. The developer deploys the application and the SDK to all the instances that belong to the dynamic group.

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Perform these tasks to enable an instance to call services:

Create a Dynamic Group and Matching Rules

Write Policies for Dynamic Groups

Configure the SDK, CLI, or Terraform

See Managing Dynamic Groups .

After you have created a dynamic group, you need to create policies to permit the dynamic groups to access Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services.

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