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In this article, we aim to provide a review of the key ideas and approaches proposed in 20 years of scientific literature around musical version identification (VI) research and connect them to current practice. For more than a decade, VI systems suffered from the accuracy-scalability trade-off, with attempts to increase accuracy that typically resulted in cumbersome, non-scalable systems. Recent years, however, have witnessed the rise of deep learning-based approaches that take a step towardarXiv:2109.02472v1 fatcat:tbbd66yq2vcz3ahc4z5ymethgi