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Well, I am happy to introduce you to the Speech Recognition world :) In fact there is a lot of research in this topic, but there is not a tool that is established at all in UNIX systems. Here is a post with a extensive list of tools...even when not effective tools actually. Decent speech recognition software for Linux For comparing purposes, you can search ...


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The only tool that's able to do that is probably shazam... However, you can't use it for your own recordings. You may want to take a look at accoustic fingerprinting !


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GNU grep(1) can't do what you want, but you can get similar results using process substitution, if your system and shell support it: $ grep -f <(gunzip < zipped_patterns.txt.gz) zipped_data.txt.gz By using input redirection (gunzip < file.gz) within the process substitution, gunzip(1) decompresses the file in memory, without writing the ...


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It is much more efficient to gunzip(1), then sort(1) the files and use comm(1) on the result.



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