Identification of Canaries Bird’s Chirp Quality Using Statistic Analysis, Sound Analysis, and Fuzzy Mamdani Method

Dr, Suhartono (2018) Identification of Canaries Bird’s Chirp Quality Using Statistic Analysis, Sound Analysis, and Fuzzy Mamdani Method. TELKOMNIKA : Telecommunication Computing Electronics and Control, 16 (2). pp. 690-702. ISSN 1693-6930

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Abstract

Research about sound processing by computer using fuzzy logic has been known since 1970. One of approach logic fuzzy method is fuzzy mamdani method. Fuzzy mamdani method is the method to give conclusion from group of rules of fuzzy. There have to be minimum of two rules, input rule and output rule. Sound processing in canaries bierd’s chirp quality can be explained as measurement standar for canary’s bird’s chirp to the point of song variant and volume. The background of this research is to create a sound identification system that uses dynamic data, the pattern of canary’s bird’s chirp obtained from dynamic data.Dynamic data is difficult to approach with certain formulas. The purpose of this research is to create indentification system to measure Canaries bird’s chirp quality pre-contest. The method used in this research was statistic analysis, sound analysis and fuzzy Mamdani method. Statistic analysis was used to look for important features from Canarie’s chirp sample. This analysis results Max amplitude variable, Min amplitude variable, Root-mean square. Then sound analysis results Autocorrelation time, Zero cross and Energy. Then those values were used as the input in fuzzy Mamdani method process. As for the output variables were the judges score result about the quality of bird’ chirp. The results from identification system of bird’s chirp quality from 6 samples are (1). Accuration level 81,67%. (2) Error sytemrate 18,33%. (3). Based on system performance and error rate that have been known can be concluded that the system can indentifyCanarie’s chirp quality well.

Item Type: Journal Article
Keywords: quality; Canaries bird’s chirp; statistic analysis; sound analisys; fuzzy Mamdani
Subjects: 08 INFORMATION AND COMPUTING SCIENCES > 0802 Computation Theory and Mathematics > 080299 Computation Theory and Mathematics not elsewhere classified
Divisions: Faculty of Technology > Department of Informatics Engineering
Depositing User: Dr Suhartono M.Kom
Date Deposited: 10 Apr 2018 04:56

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