• Applications, Code and Datasets

    Learning Similarity with RBM Features + Updated CAMIR Code

    by  • January 26, 2014 • Applications, Code and Datasets

    This page allows you to reproduce the experiments from our paper “Feature Preprocessing using RBM for Music Similarity Learning“. This includes the newest release of the CAMIR system for modelling music similarity. MLR and SVMLIGHT were tested using a framework developed by Daniel Wolff (daniel.wolff.1@city.ac.uk) at the MIRG group. This version of CAMIR contains...

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    Creating Audio Based Experiments as Social Web Games with the CASimIR Framework

    by  • January 26, 2014 • Applications, Code and Datasets

    Download the newest release of the CASIMIR system for creating experiments as social web games and surveys You can download the code using gitfrom the following repository. It is licensed under the GNU GPL v3. https://github.com/citymirg/casimir The data collected via Spot The Odd Song Out can be downloaded below: stosoaes2013_r1298.zip The data is licensed...

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    The MagnaTagATune Dataset

    by  • June 26, 2013 • Applications, Code and Datasets

    As the domain tagatune.org has gone offline, with kind permission of the original authors, we now host the MagnaTagATune dataset at City University. The data was collected using the TagATune game and music from the Magnatune label. Credit for collecting this handy dataset goes to Edith Law, Olivier Gillet, and the authors below. If...

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    The CAMIR System

    by  • December 4, 2012 • Applications, Code and Datasets, News

    Download the newest release of the CAMIR system for modelling music similarity MLR and SVMLIGHT were tested using a framework developed by Daniel Wolff at the MIRG group. You can download the code using subversion from the following repository: user: anonymous pass: citymirg http://chivm.soi.city.ac.uk/svn/camir/branches/code_publications/ISMIR2012

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    Music Similarity Adaptation: Wolff + Stober @ ISMIR 2012

    by  • October 19, 2012 • Applications, Code and Datasets, News

    The Paper: A Systematic Comparison of Music Similarity Adaptation Approaches Daniel Wolff1,  Sebastian Stober2,  Andreas Nürnberger2,  Tillman Weyde1 1City University London, 2Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg Thanks for all the attention we got for our collaborative publication, we’re now finally releasing the code to ensure reproducibility of the experiments. Feel free to reuse and adapt the code but please cite...

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