ISMIR Poster Madness #3
- (PS3-1) Automatic Identification for Singing Style based on Sung Melodic Contour Characterized in Phase Plane
Tatsuya Kako, Yasunori Ohishi, Hirokazu Kameoka, Kunio Kashino and Kazuya Takeda
- (PS3-2) Automatic Identification of Instrument Classes in Polyphonic and Poly-Instrument Audio
Philippe Hamel, Sean Wood and Douglas Eck
Looks very interesting
- (PS3-3) Using Regression to Combine Data Sources for Semantic Music Discovery
Brian Tomasik, Joon Hee Kim, Margaret Ladlow, Malcolm Augat, Derek Tingle, Rich Wicentowski and Douglas Turnbull
- (PS3-4) Lyric Text Mining in Music Mood Classification
Xiao Hu, J. Stephen Downie and Andreas Ehmann
lyrics and modod – surprising results!
- (PS3-5) Robust and Fast Lyric Search based on Phonetic Confusion Matrix
Xin Xu, Masaki Naito, Tsuneo Kato and Hisashi Kawai
Phonetic confusion – misheard lyrics! KDDI – must see this.
- (PS3-6) Using Harmonic and Melodic Analyses to Automate the Initial Stages of Schenkerian Analysis
Schenkerian analysis – what is this really?
- (PS3-7) Hierarchical Sequential Memory for Music: A Cognitive Model
James Maxwell, Philippe Pasquier and Arne Eigenfeldt
Cognitive model for online learning.
- (PS3-8) Additions and Improvements in the ACE 2.0 Music Classifier
Jessica Thompson, Cory McKay, J. Ashley Burgoyne and Ichiro Fujinaga
Open source MIR in java
- (PS3-9) A Probabilistic Topic Model for Unsupervised Learning of Musical Key-Profiles
Diane Hu and Lawrence Saul
topic mode for key finding
- (PS3-10) Publishing Music Similarity Features on the Semantic Web
Dan Tidhar, György Fazekas, Sefki Kolozali and Mark Sandler
SoundBite – distributed feature collection
- (PS3-11) Genre Classification Using Bass-Related High-Level Features and Playing Styles
Jakob Abesser, Hanna Lukashevich, Christian Dittmar and Gerald Schuller
- (PS3-12) From Multi-Labeling to Multi-Domain-Labeling: A Novel Two-Dimensional Approach to Music Genre Classification
Hanna Lukashevich, Jakob Abeßer, Christian Dittmar and Holger Großmann
Fraunhofer – autotagging
- (PS3-13) 21st Century Electronica: MIR Techniques for Classification and Performance
Dimitri Diakopoulos, Owen Vallis, Jordan Hochenbaum, Jim Murphy and Ajay Kapur
Automated ISHKURS with multitouch – woot
- (PS3-14) Relationships Between Lyrics and Melody in Popular Music
Eric Nichols, Dan Morris, Sumit Basu and Chris Raphael
Text features vs melodic features – where do the stressed syllables fall
- (PS3-15) RhythMiXearch: Searching for Unknown Music by Mixing Known Music
Makoto P. Kato
Looks like an echo nest remix: AutoDJ
- (PS3-16) Musical Structure Retrieval by Aligning Self-Similarity Matrices
Benjamin Martin, Matthias Robine and Pierre Hanna
- (PS3-17) Exploring African Tone Scales
Dirk Moelants, Olmo Cornelis and Marc Leman
No standardized scales – how do you deal with that?
- (PS3-18) A Discrete Filter Bank Approach to Audio to Score Matching for Polyphonic Music
Nicola Montecchio and Nicola Orio
- (PS3-19) Accelerating Non-Negative Matrix Factorization for Audio Source Separation on Multi-Core and Many-Core Architectures
Eric Battenberg and David Wessel
Runs NMF on GPUs and openMP
- (PS3-20) Musical Models for Melody Alignment
Peter van Kranenburg, Anja Volk, Frans Wiering and Remco C. Veltkamp
alignment of folks songs
- (PS3-21) Heterogeneous Embedding for Subjective Artist Similarity
Brian McFee and Gert Lanckriet
Crazy ass features!
- (PS3-22) The Intersection of Computational Analysis and Music Manuscripts: A New Model for Bach Source Studies of the 21st Century
Masahiro Niitsuma, Tsutomu Fujinami and Yo Tomita
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