2006 Student Research Conference:
19th Annual Student Research Conference

Mathematics and Computer Science

Implementing a Bat Call Library
John I. Hainline
Dr. Jason E. Miller and Dr. Scott Burt, Faculty Mentors

The study of bat echolocation calls is becoming more and more important for bat research and has been shown as a way to determine species, in some bats. Unfortunately, researchers studying bat calls often do not have access to enough calls, and related data, to do proper analyses of them. There have been several databases created to try to alleviate this problem, unfortunately they are not flexible enough to be as useful as they could be. I have created a simple bat call library specifically for the use of the bat research team of Truman State. Having created this basic bat call library, there is still much we can do to improve it and make it more useful both for our research team as well as the bat research community in general.

Keywords: Computer Science, Bats, Call Library

Topic(s):Computer Science

Presentation Type: Oral Paper

Session: 24-1
Location: OP 2117
Time: 9:45

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