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ISMIR
2000
Springer
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Using User Models in Music Information Retrieval Systems
To make multimedia data easily retrieved, we use metadata to describe the information, so that search engines or other information filter tools can effectively and efficiently loc...
Wei Chai, Barry Vercoe
ISMIR
2000
Springer
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Integrating Paper and Digital Music Information Systems
Active musicians generally rely on extensive personal paper-based music information retrieval systems containing scores, parts, compositions, and arrangements of published and han...
Karen Lin, Tim Bell
ISMIR
2004
Springer
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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
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Foafing the Music: A Music Recommendation System based on RSS Feeds and User Preferences
In this paper we give an overview of the Foafing the Music system. The system uses the Friend of a Friend (FOAF) and Rich Site Summary (RSS) vocabularies for recommending music t...
Òscar Celma, Miquel Ramírez, Perfect...
ISMIR
2003
Springer
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A scalable peer-to-peer system for music content and information retrieval
Currently a large percentage of Internet traffic consists of music files, typically stored in MP3 compressed audio format, shared and exchanged over Peer-to-Peer (P2P) networks....
George Tzanetakis, Jun Gao, Peter Steenkiste