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The Music Information Retrieval (MIR) community has long understood the role of evaluation as a critical component for successful information retrieval systems. Over the past several years, it has also become evident that user--centered evaluation based on realistic tasks is essential for creating systems that are commercially marketable. Although user--oriented research has been increasing, the MIR field is still lacking in holistic, user-centered approaches to evaluating music services beyonddoi:10.1002/asi.23433 fatcat:nyqqndr5dzhx3gzfl3dhhkjddm