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Learning To Cope With Diversity In Music Retrieval

Thomas Mandl 0001, Christa Womser-Hacker
2002 Zenodo  
DIVERSITY IN MUSIC RETRIEVAL Designers of music retrieval system are also confronted with a large number of choices. A look at some of the implementations proves this point.  ...  With the possibility to store music in digital representations it has become increasingly attractive to search large music collections.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1416559 fatcat:oiyuzeipt5ddrdjawwl3ah4zcq

Unfreezing identities: Exploring choral singing in the workplace

Anne Haugland Balsnes, Dag Jansson
2015 International Journal of Community Music  
Learning to survive outside the comfort zone Learning took place on multiple levels; learning the songs, learning about each other and learning to cope with an unfamiliar situation.  ...  It involves coping with the extraordinary, whether that is the sensation itself or the effects of coping.  ... 
doi:10.1386/ijcm.8.2.163_1 fatcat:pg5mitqgw5byvd3c556cyrgmjy

Adaptive music retrieval–a state of the art

Sebastian Stober, Andreas Nürnberger
2012 Multimedia tools and applications  
With the development of more and more sophisticated Music Information Retrieval (MIR) approaches, aspects of adaptivity are becoming an increasingly important research topic.  ...  This paper attempts a structured view on the last decade of MIR research from the perspective of adaptivity in order to increase awareness and promote the application and further development of adaptive  ...  Especially, the authors would like to thank the International Society for Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR) for promoting the idea of open access and especially the people maintaining the cumulative  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11042-012-1042-z fatcat:v4rjk3u63zgg7jbgxydi635ug4

"Finding Home": Understanding How Music Supports Listeners' Mental Health through a Case Study of BTS

Jin Ha Lee, Arpita Bhattacharya, Ria Antony, Nicole Santero, Anh Le
2021 Zenodo  
In this paper, we investigate how popular music can support the listener's mental health through a case study of fans of the music group BTS, with a goal of understanding how they perceive and describe  ...  , (2) catalyzes self-growth, and (3) facilitates coping.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We sincerely thank all the BTS ARMYs for their participation in this study, and their thoughtful and detailed responses.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5624569 fatcat:cvztm4rk6fdiddv4suljwalasu

Interdisciplinary Research Issues in Music Information Retrieval: ISMIR 2000?2002

Joe Futrelle, J. Stephen Downie
2003 Journal of New Music Research  
Music Information Retrieval (MIR) is an interdisciplinary research area that has grown out of the need to manage burgeoning collections of music in digital form.  ...  In order for MIR to succeed, researchers need to work with real user communities and develop research resources such as reference music collections, so that the wide variety of techniques being developed  ...  Cope' s work with computational musical analysis (Cope 2001 ) and algorithmic composition (Cope 1992) interestingly bridges these two very different perspectives by using computational techniques to  ... 
doi:10.1076/jnmr. fatcat:er3gcgidlffq5asufoiqezyz3u

Framing Visual Musicology through Methodology Transfer [article]

Matthias Miller, Hanna Schäfer, Matthias Kraus, Marc Leman, Daniel Keim, Mennatallah El-Assady
2019 arXiv   pre-print
In this position paper, we frame the field of Visual Musicology by providing an overview of well-established musicological sub-domains and their corresponding analytic and visualization tasks.  ...  time-series, and other high-dimensional data to musicology.  ...  Nevertheless, the diversity of application domains leads to many complex challenges that require tailored solutions to cope with them.  ... 
arXiv:1908.10411v1 fatcat:joupzkf2prhfzfjvtwfqgyo5j4

Musical Similarity as Conceived by "Avid Recreational Music Listeners"

Jason Neal
2015 CAML Review / Revue de l ACBM  
Despite such trends, genre remains the primary basis for categorizing music in systems with content, metadata, or both.  ...  Furthermore, techniques employed within many recommender systems, intended to aid listeners with finding music for recreational listening, indirectly continue to reflect genre-based categorization and  ...  tabs have been posted in a variety of venues, including public libraries, community centres, London's two major institutions of higher learning, and specialized music stores, to reflect a diverse demographic  ... 
doi:10.25071/1708-6701.40228 fatcat:ffa64y4lw5aezbzmhcz6ex7fue

Methodological Considerations Concerning Manual Annotation Of Musical Audio In Function Of Algorithm Development

Micheline Lesaffre, Marc Leman, Bernard De Baets, Jean-Pierre Martens
2004 Zenodo  
We are grateful for the financial support given by The Flemish Institute for the Promotion of Scientific and Technical Research in Industry.  ...  Acknowledgements This research has been conducted at IPEM, Department of musicology at Ghent University in the framework of the MAMI project for audio recognition.  ...  Modelling based on imitation learning is considered a candidate to cope with the gap between the measurable quantities of an audio signal and the intentionality of subjective qualities.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1414873 fatcat:r5f66d6ogvfmpme4x5r2toyrti


Jane Arnold, Mª Carmen Fonseca
2004 International Journal of English Studies (IJES)  
More specifically, it has led to the application of eight of these frames to language teaching and learning.  ...  In this chapter, we will argue in favour of the application of MIT to the EFL classroom, using as support some of the major insights for language teaching from brain science.  ...  The musical-rhythmic frame The musical-rhythmic intelligence has to do with the ability to perceive and appreciate rhythm, pitch and melody. The use of music in the language classroom is not new.  ... 
doi:10.6018/ijes.4.1.48141 doaj:5e4bf49051f6447386bd5f61d0531975 fatcat:lznufa7nofarbo7umkex55tibe

Self-Regulated Practice Behaviors in Adolescent Musicians [chapter]

2016 Contemporary Research in Music Learning Across the Lifespan  
Tuning in to musical rhythms: Infants learn more readily than adults. Proceedings from the National Academy of Sciences, 102(35), 12639-12643. Jarvis, P. (2006) .  ...  Towards a comprehensive theory of human learning. London, UK: Routledge  ...  Music learning activities occur in diverse contexts, with differing perceptions among learners.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315625270-24 fatcat:khbcczh5obdt5iqxuu2p7ltln4

Page 760 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 83, Issue 2 [page]

1996 Psychological Abstracts  
the diversity of music therapy as a facilitator in grief counsel- ling — case history 1 [of a woman recovering from loss of her partner and coping with mastectomy] © case history 2 [of a female inpatient  ...  Retrieving the losses of Alzheimer’s disease for patients and caregivers with the aid of music. [In: (PA Vol 83:5812) The art and science of music therapy: A handbook.  ... 

Perceptions of Diversity in Electronic Music: the Impact of Listener, Artist, and Track Characteristics [article]

Lorenzo Porcaro, Emilia Gómez, Carlos Castillo
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Shared practices to assess the diversity of retrieval system results are still debated in the Information Retrieval community, partly because of the challenges of determining what diversity means in specific  ...  The field of Music Information Retrieval is not exempt from this issue.  ...  diversity and agreement studies performed in the Music Information Retrieval (MIR) field.  ... 
arXiv:2101.11916v2 fatcat:q7lbnumox5axxd3ujdbcuhoxf4

Learning, Probability and Logic: Toward a Unified Approach for Content-Based Music Information Retrieval

Helene-Camille Crayencour, Carmine-Emanuele Cella
2019 Frontiers in Digital Humanities  
Dealing with music data requires the ability to tackle both uncertainty and complex relational structure at multiple levels of representation.  ...  interrelated musical information is limited with current architectures; models are typically restricted to short-term analysis that does not account for the hierarchical temporal structure of musical  ...  Standard approaches to music signal processing are generally not able to cope at once with both aspects.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fdigh.2019.00006 fatcat:nsphz2frebgy5bhcybvpfcyfey

Musical Signal Type Discrimination based on Large Open Feature Sets

Bjorn Schuller, Frank Wallhoff, Dejan Arsic, Gerhard Rigoll
2006 2006 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo  
Automatic discrimination of musical signal types as speech, singing, music, genres or drumbeats within audio streams is of great importance e.g. for radio broadcast stream segmentation.  ...  A subsequent fast Gain Ratio reduction followed by wrapper-based Floating Search leads to a strong basis of relevant features.  ...  Backward steps in a floating manner help to cope with nesting effects. Dealing with classification, the optimal learning method is broadly discussed, similar to the optimal features.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icme.2006.262724 dblp:conf/icmcs/SchullerWAR06 fatcat:6nsphamuyncwdohuirfjtr4aeq

Adapting Metrics For Music Similarity Using Comparative Ratings

Daniel Wolff, Tillman Weyde
2011 Zenodo  
In contrast, the diagonal MLR is less able to cope with the data.  ...  In our experiments, MLR is applied to learning a distance metric on music, using the implementation provided by the authors.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1416439 fatcat:pvadpmnhsfaz3owspvj5h2dsva
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