[Freeswitch-users] PinDr0p: A GaTec System to Trace Call Paths Across Multiple Networks
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Fri Oct 29 07:26:16 PDT 2010
Someone recently posted this
http://www.gatech.edu/newsroom/release.html?nid=61428 linky on a
http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r25000639-General-PinDr0p DSLR VoIP Forum .
The project is called PinDr0p and it uses Single-Ended Audio Features to
Determine Call Provenance through a series of algorithms to detect and
analyze call artifacts. From an engineering point of view, the algorithms
employed perhaps use some sort of orthogonal transformations which may
require a lot of CPU power to transform/analyze segments of audio streams in
a time domain to a frequency domain. Nevertheless, I posted this information
here to see if it may interest FS developers to incorporate and implement
such a scheme into the next releases of FS if the source codes are made
available publicly. After all, the project is funded by NSF.
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but not when used together.
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