MIMII DUE: Sound Dataset for Malfunctioning Industrial Machine Investigation and Inspection with Domain Shifts due to Changes in Operational and Environmental Conditions

by   Ryo Tanabe, et al.

In this paper, we introduce a new dataset for malfunctioning industrial machine investigation and inspection with domain shifts due to changes in operational and environmental conditions (MIMII DUE). Conventional methods for anomalous sound detection face challenges in practice because the distribution of features changes between the training and operational phases (called domain shift) due to some real-world factors. To check the robustness against domain shifts, we need a dataset with domain shifts, but such a dataset does not exist so far. The new dataset consists of normal and abnormal operating sounds of industrial machines of five different types under two different operational/environmental conditions (source domain and target domain) independent of normal/abnormal, with domain shifts occurring between the two domains. Experimental results show significant performance differences between the source and target domains, and the dataset contains the domain shifts. These results indicate that the dataset will be helpful to check the robustness against domain shifts. The dataset is a subset of the dataset for DCASE 2021 Challenge Task 2 and freely available for download at https://zenodo.org/record/4740355



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