This paper describes the development of an audio fingerprint called AudioDNA designed to be robust against several distortions including those related to radio broadcasting. A complete system, covering also a fast and efficient method for comparing observed fingerprints against a huge database with reference fingerprints is described. The promising results achieved with the first prototype system observing music titles as well as commercials are presented.
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