Final: GitHub and VIAT-in-the-Box

Our Git Repository is online!

VIAT-in-the-Box: Check out the VirtualBox Appliance (1.79 GB – debian 64 bit),

MD5: 910f9630f361b8a9c7589b6d1cfab80b
SHA1: 18a1c51803183f7353f36be908ff3122a2f1b75f

with which you can easily test our system. Get further information and a short example in the User’s Guide. More details, especially for developers: Developer’s Guide.

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10th ITG Conference on Speech Communication

Dipl.-Ing. Gary Grutzek is going to present the results of his research in the field of audio hashes at the 10th ITG Conference on Speech Communication, September 27 in Braunschweig. The presentation slides of the paper Perceptual Hashing for the Identification of Telephone Speech, as well as an implementation in C++, is available for download in the next days.

Update:
slides, source code

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IEEE ICC 2012 presentation

M.Sc. Julian Strobl’s presentation of the paper An Efficient Search Method for the Content-Based Identification of Telephone-SPAM will take place on Tuesday, June 12 in Ottawa. The slides are available here.

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Link to PALLADION

The VIAT prototype has been linked to the VoIP Monitoring System PALLADION of our partner IPTEGO. By means of its signalling-based behavioural analysis, PALLADION pre-selects participants whose future calls are submitted to an audio based analysis thus leading to a considerable reduction of the number of calls that are being processed by VIAT.

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IEEE International Conference on Communications 2012

M.Sc. Julian Strobl is going to present the results of the research project VIAT at the IEEE ICC 2012 in June 2012 in Ottawa. The paper An Efficient Search Method for the Content-Based Identification of Telephone-SPAM has been accepted.

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