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Music Information Retrieval: Recent Developments and Applications

Music Information Retrieval: Recent Developments and Applications (Paperback)

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Music Information Retrieval: Recent Developments and Applications surveys the young but established field of research that is Music Information Retrieval (MIR). In doing so, it pays particular attention to the latest developments in MIR, such as semantic auto-tagging and user-centric retrieval and recommendation approaches. Music Information Retrieval: Recent Developments and Applications starts by reviewing the well-established and proven methods for feature extraction and music indexing, from both the audio signal and contextual data sources about music items, such as web pages or collaborative tags. These in turn enable a wide variety of music retrieval tasks, such as semantic music search or music identification ("query by example"). Subsequently, it elaborates on the current work on user analysis and modeling in the context of music recommendation and retrieval, addressing the recent trend towards user-centric and adaptive approaches and systems. A discussion follows about the important aspect of how various MIR approaches to different problems are evaluated and compared. It concludes with a discussion about the major open challenges facing MIR.

Music Information Retrieval: Recent Developments and Applications is an invaluable reference for researchers, students or practitioners working on, or with an interest in MIR.

Computing & ITComputing: generalComputing & ITDatabasesInformation retrievalMusic & DanceMusic BooksReference & ResearchResearch & information: general Publisher: now publishers Inc Publication Date: 08/09/2014 ISBN-13: 9781601988065  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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