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Social audio features for advanced music retrieval interfaces

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Social audio features for advanced music retrieval interfaces
The size of personal music collections has constantly increased over the past years. As a result, the traditional metadata based lists to browse these collections have reached their limits. Interfaces that are based on music similarity offer an alternative and thus are increasingly gaining attention. Music similarity is typically either derived from audiofeatures (objective approach) or from user driven information sources, such as collaborative filtering or social tags (subjective approach). Studies show that the latter techniques outperform audio-based approaches when it comes to describe the perceived music similarity. However, subjective approaches typically only define pairwise relations as opposed to the global notion of similarity given by audiofeature spaces. Many of the proposed interfaces for similarity based music access inherently depend on this global notion and are thus not applicable to user driven music similarity measures. The first contribution of this paper is a hig...
Michael Kuhn 0002, Roger Wattenhofer, Samuel Welte
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Type Conference
Year 2010
Where MM
Authors Michael Kuhn 0002, Roger Wattenhofer, Samuel Welten
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