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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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    Reading Group Meeting 30.04.2012: Statistical Learning and neural manifestations of musical expectation.

    by  • June 21, 2012 • News, Reading Group

    From the Abstract: The ability to anticipate forthcoming events has clear evolutionary advantages, and predictive successes or failures often entail significant psychological and physiological consequences. In music perception, the confirmation and violation of expectations are critical to the communication of emotion and aesthetic effects of a composition. Neuroscientific research on musical expectations has focused...

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    Reading Group Meeting 27.02.2012: Training Interfaces for Music Production

    by  • March 15, 2012 • News, Reading Group

    Rebecca Fiebrink et al.: Human Model Evaluation in Interactive Supervised Learning. http://www.cs.princeton.edu/~fiebrink/publications/FiebrinkCookTrueman_CHI2011.pdf Moreover, we invite you to join us for a post-meeting pint at the peasant. From the Abstract We present work studying the evaluation practices of end users interactively building supervised learning systems for real-world gesture analysis problems. We examine users’ model...

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    Reading Group Meeting 25.01.2012: To be or not to be – on the non-existence of music

    by  • January 18, 2012 • News, Reading Group

    Our next session will be next Wednesday, 25.01.2012, at 1pm, inviting you all and others interested to the discussion of the following paper: On the non-existence of music: Why music theory is a figment of the imagination. Geraint Wiggins, Daniel Müllensiefen. and Marcus T. Pearce www.doc.gold.ac.uk/~mas03dm/papers/MSc_WigginsMullensiefenPearce_2010.pdf We argue for an approach to the theory...

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    Reading Group Meeting 12.12.2011: ISMIR 2011 and Musicology

    by  • December 12, 2011 • News, Reading Group

    The discussed paper Associations between Musicology and Music Information Retrieval Kerstin Neubarth, Mathieu Bergeron and Darrell Conklin A higher level of interdisciplinary collaboration between music information retrieval (MIR) and musicology has been proposed both in terms of MIR tools for musicology, and musicological motivation and interpretation of MIR research. Applying association mining and content...

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    Reading Group: Previous Meetings (last Decade)

    by  • November 16, 2011 • News, Reading Group

    10 Mar 2009, 1 pm Essay series `Science and Music’, Nature Vol. 253/254. Each participant reviews briefly a chosen essay from this series. Charlie Inskip reviews: Damian Zanette – Playing by numbers Darrell Conklin reviews: David Huron – Lost in music Aline Honingh reviews: Philip Ball – Facing the music Ruben Hillewaere reviews: Michael...

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    Reading Group Meeting 19.09.2011: Music Emotion

    by  • September 15, 2011 • News, Reading Group

    You’re invited to the next Music Informatics Reading Group session, which will be held next Monday, Mo, 19.09.2011, at 3pm. We’re looking forward to introduce and start the discussion of Music Emotion Recognition: A State of the Art Review, Youngmoo E. Kim et al., ISMIR 2010. We’ll announce the room for the session shortly...

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    Introduction: Music Informatics Reading Group

    by  • September 13, 2011 • News, Reading Group

    For all of those new to this list, a quick description of the groups general interests: Open discussions based on one or two papers, or one talk per session will be held on a monthly basis. For upcoming dates, please let us know when you are available by updating the doodle session at http://doodle.com/iinzng5xn2a79tif....

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