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Optical Music Recognition System Within A Large-Scale Digitization Project

G. Sayeed Choudhury, M. Droetboom, Tim DiLauro, Ichiro Fujinaga, Brian Harrington
2000 Zenodo  
Acknowledgements This project is funded in part by the National Science Foundation, the Institute for Museum and Library Services, and the Levy family.  ...  of large-scale multimedia digitization projects.  ...  Digital workflow management The entire project is an experiment in developing a comprehensive framework of tools to manage the workflow of large-scale digitization projects.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1415729 fatcat:gmc3l446w5d35ftlg7knl4qnly

Strike Up the Score

G. Sayeed Choudhury, Tim DiLauro, Michael Droettboom, Ichiro Fujinaga, Karl MacMillan
2001 D-Lib Magazine  
Optical music recognition system within a large-scale digitization project. ISMIR 2000 Conference. <http://ciir.cs.umass.edu/music2000/papers/choudhury_paper.pdf> Droettboom, M. and I.  ...  The philosophy of the Levy II project comprises the reduction, not elimination, of human intervention in the workflow of a large-scale digitization project.  ... 
doi:10.1045/february2001-choudhury fatcat:ow2vaox6cbgtjb35bxaw7ltqnu

Single Interface For Music Score Searching And Analysis (Simssa)

Ichiro Fujinaga, Andrew Hankinson
2015 Zenodo  
Single Interface for Music Score Searching and Analysis (SIMSSA) project targets digitized music scores to de-sign a global infrastructure for searching and analyzing music scores.  ...  Specifically, we seek to provide research-ers, musicians, and others to access the contents and metadata of a large number of scores in a searchable, digital format.  ...  The first axis, Content, is developing large-scale optical music recognition (OMR) systems for digital images to transforming them into searchable symbolic notation.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.923821 fatcat:rpyvc6e26nepdouyet45ad5zfu

Creating a large-scale searchable digital collection from printed music materials

Andrew Hankinson, John Ashley Burgoyne, Gabriel Vigliensoni, Ichiro Fujinaga
2012 Proceedings of the 21st international conference companion on World Wide Web - WWW '12 Companion  
In this paper we present our work towards developing a largescale web application for digitizing, recognizing (via optical music recognition), correcting, displaying, and searching printed music texts.  ...  Our hope is that these experiences and tools will help in creating next-generation globally accessible digital music libraries.  ...  digital musical document collection, including document digitization, high-volume OMR, large-scale symbolic search systems, and digital document display.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2187980.2188221 dblp:conf/www/HankinsonBVF12 fatcat:jd7cd3kz2rhbfn2akvfxolmdc4

Digital Document Image Retrieval Using Optical Music Recognition

Andrew Hankinson, John Ashley Burgoyne, Gabriel Vigliensoni, Alastair Porter, Jessica Thompson 0001, Wendy Liu, Remi Chiu, Ichiro Fujinaga
2012 Zenodo  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work would not have been possible without the efforts of a number of people.  ...  The SIMSSA project is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.  ...  The PROBADO Music Project [11] , [12] , [13] [14] is perhaps the largest and longest-running project incorporating large-scale OMR for use in search systems.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1415562 fatcat:4hlvg7rx25br5d3ivlyprz25li

An Interchange Format For Optical Music Recognition Applications

Andrew Hankinson, Laurent Pugin, Ichiro Fujinaga
2010 Zenodo  
This is part of a larger project to develop a distributed optical music recognition system, a networked collection of adaptive OMR clients.  ...  For large digitization projects, this can have a significant impact on the overall cost of digitizing these materials [25] .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1417633 fatcat:kasocmiuebhhbl7cni3b3txxam

Exploring information retrieval, semantic technologies and workflows for music scholarship: the Transforming Musicology project

Richard J. Lewis, Tim Crawford, David Lewis
2015 Early Music  
The effects of this transformation are all around us today, and are reflected in a corresponding increase in research and development of digital audio within universities.  ...  Digital transformations Digital technology has already transformed music.  ...  Within the digital humanities as a whole, there is much interest in conducting investigations at large scales; what Franco Moretti calls 'distant reading' . 16 This provides a significant area of impact  ... 
doi:10.1093/em/cav073 fatcat:pdaut6l2obcxdd4hj6jso6yn34

Using the Gamera framework for the recognition of cultural heritage materials

Michael Droettboom, Ichiro Fujinaga, Karl MacMillan, G. Sayeed Chouhury, Tim DiLauro, Mark Patton, Teal Anderson
2002 Proceedings of the second ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital libraries - JCDL '02  
Gamera is one of the key technology components in a proposed international project for the digitization of diverse types of humanities documents.  ...  This open-source system, called Gamera, allows a user, with particular knowledge of the documents to be recognized, to combine image processing and recognition tools in an easy-to-use, interactive, graphical  ...  Gamera grew out of a flexible optical music recognition (OMR) system [6] developed as part of the Lester S. Levy Collection digitization project.  ... 
doi:10.1145/544220.544223 dblp:conf/jcdl/DroettboomFMCDPA02 fatcat:626wnrgv4ncdtoikv623z7jike

Using the Gamera framework for the recognition of cultural heritage materials

Michael Droettboom, Ichiro Fujinaga, Karl MacMillan, G. Sayeed Chouhury, Tim DiLauro, Mark Patton, Teal Anderson
2002 Proceedings of the second ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital libraries - JCDL '02  
Gamera is one of the key technology components in a proposed international project for the digitization of diverse types of humanities documents.  ...  This open-source system, called Gamera, allows a user, with particular knowledge of the documents to be recognized, to combine image processing and recognition tools in an easy-to-use, interactive, graphical  ...  Gamera grew out of a flexible optical music recognition (OMR) system [6] developed as part of the Lester S. Levy Collection digitization project.  ... 
doi:10.1145/544221.544223 fatcat:msd4dgcvuffmllo5o75sfplvce

Document Recognition for a Million Books

G. Sayeed Choudhury, Tim DiLauro, Robert Ferguson, Michael Droettboom, Ichiro Fujinaga
2006 D-Lib Magazine  
Consider that document recognition systems could be used to assess the effectiveness of machine translation results against large-scale book image collections.  ...  A mature system would perform the following: In a large digital library, system features such as those outlined above have immense potential, for academic documents from the beginning of the  ... 
doi:10.1045/march2006-choudhury fatcat:lzcde56ervbp7bsfggues4276a

Neon.Js: Neume Editor Online

Gregory Burlet, Alastair Porter, Andrew Hankinson, Ichiro Fujinaga
2012 Zenodo  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to thank Catherine Motuz for her answers to our early music notation questions.  ...  This project has been funded with the generous financial support of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.  ...  process of optical music recognition.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1418367 fatcat:f75cujfddvcj3jjertchp6emgu

The PROBADO Project - Approach and Lessons Learned in Building a Digital Library System for Heterogeneous Non-textual Documents [chapter]

René Berndt, Ina Blümel, Michael Clausen, David Damm, Jürgen Diet, Dieter Fellner, Christian Fremerey, Reinhard Klein, Frank Krahl, Maximilian Scherer, Tobias Schreck, Irina Sens (+2 others)
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The PROBADO project is a research effort to develop and operate advanced Digital Library support for non-textual documents.  ...  The experiences are relevant for other project efforts in the non-textual Digital Library domain.  ...  The music reference collection is a large-scale digitization effort carried out inhouse with the BSB library.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-15464-5_37 fatcat:ke4hfbq7rbafpax365lhivobvu

Understanding Optical Music Recognition [article]

Jorge Calvo-Zaragoza, Jan Hajič Jr., Alexander Pacha
2019 arXiv   pre-print
For over 50 years, researchers have been trying to teach computers to read music notation, referred to as Optical Music Recognition (OMR).  ...  musical notation and the musical semantics from documents, (3) proposing a taxonomy of OMR, with most notably a novel taxonomy of applications.  ...  Optical Music Recognition vs.  ... 
arXiv:1908.03608v2 fatcat:nfllp2eh2ffjrbxrcplbcqmhru

A morphology of medieval notations in the Optical neume recognition project

Kate Helsen
2017 Arti Musices  
The only difference is that of scale. Optical Neume Recognition The manuscript on which the Optical Neume Recognition project focuses currently is Hartker's antiphoner (Sang.  ...  The Optical Neume Recognition 8 project, part of a larger undertaking called SIMSSA 9 (Single Interface for Music Score Searching and Analysis) to create an interface for all digitized music manuscripts  ...  APPENDIX A Morphology of Medieval Notations in the Optical Neume Recognition Project Type 1 Type 2 Type 3 Agustoni 1963 Agustoni et al. 1993 Apel 1966 Caldwell 1978 Cardine 1970 Gérold 1932 Gleason  ... 
doi:10.21857/94kl4cxpqm fatcat:bi6yedjzhrhefde4agp5iri5yq

The Probado Music Repository At The Bavarian State Library

Jürgen Diet, Frank Kurth
2007 Zenodo  
processed by helper applications (Figure 3 , light boxes) for optical character recognition (OCR) and optical music recognition (OMR).  ...  For each musical work, audio recordings are currently digitized at the BSB and stored in WAV-and MP3-format within the music repository.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1417527 fatcat:esen57ccbvhbze57mdf2jrrcce
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