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Semantic segmentation and summarization of music: methods based on tonality and recurrent structure

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Wei Chai ; GE Global Res. Center, NY

This paper describes a study on automatic music segmentation and summarization from audio signals. The paper inquires scientifically into the nature of human perception of music and offers a practical solution to difficult problems of machine intelligence for automated multimedia content analysis and information retrieval. Specifically, three problems are addressed: segmentation based on tonality analysis, segmentation based on recurrent structural analysis, and summarization. Experimental results are evaluated quantitatively, demonstrating the promise of the proposed methods

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Signal Processing Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:23 ,  Issue: 2 )