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A-MUD: A method for automatically detecting mouse song

(University of Veterinary Medicine -- Vienna) Mice produce a remarkable repertoire of vocalizations across five octaves, which they emit during mating and other contexts. Analyses of mice song can provide important information about their social behavior and for research into neuropsychiatric disorders. But their songs are in the ultrasonic range and inaudible for humans.
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