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ISMIR
2004
Springer
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14 years 18 days ago
Music Information Retrieval systems: why do individuals use them and what are their needs?
: To date there has been very little research conducted on the behaviour of music information retrieval (MIR) users, in spite of the immense popularity of free music retrieval sys...
Sara Taheri-Panah, Andrew MacFarlane
ISMIR
2005
Springer
120views Music» more  ISMIR 2005»
14 years 22 days ago
User Evaluation of a New Interactive Playlist Generation Concept
Selecting the ‘right’ songs and putting them in the ‘right’ order are key to a great music listening or dance experience. ‘SatisFly’ is an interactive playlist generat...
Steffen Pauws, Sander van de Wijdeven
AMR
2006
Springer
119views Multimedia» more  AMR 2006»
13 years 9 months ago
The Potential of User Feedback Through the Iterative Refining of Queries in an Image Retrieval System
Inaccurate or ambiguous expressions in queries lead to poor results in information retrieval. We assume that iterative user feedback can improve the quality of queries. To this end...
Maher Ben Moussa, Marco Pasch, Djoerd Hiemstra, Pa...
SIGIR
2002
ACM
13 years 6 months ago
Collaborative filtering with privacy via factor analysis
Collaborative filtering (CF) is valuable in e-commerce, and for direct recommendations for music, movies, news etc. But today's systems have several disadvantages, including ...
John F. Canny
PKDD
2004
Springer
205views Data Mining» more  PKDD 2004»
14 years 17 days ago
Breaking Through the Syntax Barrier: Searching with Entities and Relations
The next wave in search technology will be driven by the identification, extraction, and exploitation of real-world entities represented in unstructured textual sources. Search sy...
Soumen Chakrabarti