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Musicsim: integrating audio analysis and user feedback in an interactive music browsing ui

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Musicsim: integrating audio analysis and user feedback in an interactive music browsing ui
In music information retrieval (MIR), there are two main research directions, which are based either on a folder hierarchy and metadata, or on the actual acoustic content. We believe that both content-based and hierarchy-based retrieval have their respective strengths for browsing and organizing music collections, and that the integration of content analysis techniques in metadata-based media UIs can lead to more powerful UIs. In this paper we present a prototype, in which audio analysis techniques and user feedback are integrated into an interactive UI for browsing and organizing large music collections. We also provide visual assistance to support non-visual perception of music. We discussed our system with test users and received encouragement as well as valuable suggestions for future research. ACM Classification: H5.2 [Information interfaces and presentation]: User Interfaces.- Graphical user interfaces. General terms: Performance, Experimentation, Human Factors.
Ya-Xi Chen, Andreas Butz
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where IUI
Authors Ya-Xi Chen, Andreas Butz
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