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Thomas Walters, 2011-05-20 03:59 PM
#summary Main welcome page for the AIM-C wiki
The auditory image model (AIM) is a computational model of the early stages of the processing that occurs in the human auditory system.
AIM-C is a C++ version of AIM developed at the CNBH lab at the University of Cambridge. The original AIM-C software was written by Tom Walters and Willem van Engen.
The main goal of AIM-C is to provide near real-time processing of audio data through the auditory model, allowing for the use of AIM in content-based audio analysis tasks. The goal of this project is to make available a well-tested version of AIM-C to the academic community, for experimental use and further development.
This site will be the home of the continued development of AIM-C. The code is undergoing a complete overhaul, both in coding style and design as it is ported to the new project. We're taking the opportunity to start afresh, with unit tests, a new coding style guide and a rewritten API. We're also developing bindings for python (and potentially other languages too) using SWIG. The code on this site can't currently be used to build a working AIM-C executable, but we're working on it!