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Comparison of Hanson Intervallic Representations for Music Information Retrieval

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2 Author(s)
Johnny F. Serrano ; Universidad de Alicante, Spain; Universidad Latina, Costa Rica ; Jose M. Inesta

The melodic similarity is an important concept to consider in music information retrieval. Among the possible applications a number of content-based systems may be developed for copyright management, plagiarism detection, computer-aided composition, etc., and the intervallic analysis is an essential tool for these applications. There exist several techniques exposed in melodic similarity that use diverse statistical and probabilistic analysis. The objective in this work is to establish a text words equivalent to musical notation using three representations based on simple intervallic relationships, rhythmics and durations, and to evaluate a textual information retrieval technique applied to these representations, as well as to propose changes to improve the system precision and recall

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2006 15th International Conference on Computing

Date of Conference:

Nov. 2006