pyDenStream VS uis-rnn

Compare pyDenStream vs uis-rnn and see what are their differences.


Implementation of the DenStream algorithm in Python. (by MrParosk)


This is the library for the Unbounded Interleaved-State Recurrent Neural Network (UIS-RNN) algorithm, corresponding to the paper Fully Supervised Speaker Diarization. (by google)
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pyDenStream uis-rnn
1 2
6 1,419
- 0.3%
0.0 0.6
3 months ago 11 months ago
Python Python
- Apache License 2.0
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  • Putting my degree to use. (Exclude Specials and Guests)
    1 project | | 5 Jun 2021
    Discussion: - When I started this, I thought I would use something like the VoxSort Diarization and it would be easy. But these apps are terrible, especially in recognizing Joey apart from Garnt. Connor has a distinct voice so it was recognizable but still bad. But I didn't think Joey's and Garnt's voices were so similar. - Tested the thing and it's accuracy is almost 99%. - You can still improve this by cutting the episode into smaller chunk but 1 second is the maximum for my computer, any smaller than that i will run out of RAM. I can work to get around this but hey I'm lazy. - The library to implement yourself from google.
  • Finally, my degree can be useful
    1 project | | 5 Jun 2021
    I used this algorithm from Google to determine "who spoke when".

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hover - :speedboat: Label data at scale. Fun and precision included.