Quarrel Detection System by Voice Signal Processing

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Teerapong Orachon
Pattana Intani


Nowadays, Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) has been widely used due to the increase of crime. However, this system needs manpower to monitor during the operation which takes long time resulting in the weakness and the degradation of work quality. This paper proposes a system that monitors, automatically alarms and then sends a signal to administrators when a quarrel happens. The system proposed in this paper detects voice, volume, and frequency, as indicators to identify the level of voice to analyze the quarrel situation. The result showed that this system can distinguish the voice between quarrel and other events.

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Orachon, T., & Intani, P. (2023). Quarrel Detection System by Voice Signal Processing. Journal of Advanced Development in Engineering and Science, 2(4), 38–43. Retrieved from https://ph03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/pitjournal/article/view/780
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