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DAGSTUHL
2006
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Point-set algorithms for pattern discovery and pattern matching in music
An algorithm that discovers the themes, motives and other perceptually significant repeated patterns in a musical work can be used, for example, in a music information retrieval sy...
David Meredith
DAGSTUHL
2006
11 years 11 months ago
A User-Oriented Approach to Music Information Retrieval
Search and retrieval of specific musical content such as emotive or sonic features has become an important aspect of Music Information Retrieval system development, but only little...
Micheline Lesaffre, Marc Leman, Jean-Pierre Marten...
AMR
2008
Springer
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An Approach to Automatically Tracking Music Preference on Mobile Players
More and more music is being made available to the music listener today, while people have their favorite music on their mobile players. In this paper, we investigate an approach t...
Tim Pohle, Klaus Seyerlehner, Gerhard Widmer
CMMR
2008
Springer
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Refinement Strategies for Music Synchronization
For a single musical work, there often exists a large number of relevant digital documents including various audio recordings, MIDI files, or digitized sheet music. The general goa...
Sebastian Ewert, Meinard Müller
CMMR
2008
Springer
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Dynamic Mapping Strategies for Expressive Synthesis Performance and Improvisation
Realtime musical expression through synthesis is notoriously dicult. The complete potential of a sound engine is traditionally available only at design time. In this paper two mapp...
Palle Dahlstedt
CMMR
2008
Springer
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Labelling the Structural Parts of a Music Piece with Markov Models
Abstract. This paper describes a method for labelling structural parts of a musical piece. Existing methods for the analysis of piece structure often name the parts with musically ...
Jouni Paulus, Anssi Klapuri
CMMR
2005
Springer
130views Music» more  CMMR 2005»
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Metris: A Game Environment for Music Performance
Abstract. Metris is a version of the Tetris game that uses a player’s musical response to control game performance. The game is driven by two factors: traditional game design and...
Mark Havryliv, Terumi Narushima
CMMR
2005
Springer
143views Music» more  CMMR 2005»
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The BRASS Project, from Physical Models to Virtual Musical Instruments: Playability Issues
The Brass project aims to deliver software virtual musical instruments (trumpet, trombone, tenor saxophone) based on physical modelling. This requires to work on some aspects of th...
Christophe Vergez, Patrice Tisserand
CMMR
2005
Springer
138views Music» more  CMMR 2005»
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Music Analysis and Modeling Through Petri Nets
Petri Nets are a formal tool for studying systems that are concurrent, asynchronous, distributed, parallel, nondeterministic, and/or stochastic. They were used in a number of real-...
Adriano Baratè, Goffredo Haus, Luca A. Ludo...
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