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Диссертация, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, 2002, -94 pp. Chapter 2, starts off by introducing the fundamentals of noise suppression algorithms. It considers the assumptions, constraints and noise variance estimation issues that are mandatory to set up a framework for building a noise suppression algorithm. This chapter focuses on the importance of Short Time Spectral...
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Dissertation. — University of Helsinki, 2016. — 162 p. Measuring similarity in music data is a problem with various potential applications. In recent years, the task known as cover song identification has gained widespread attention. In cover song identification, the purpose is to determine whether a piece of music is a different rendition of a previous version of the composition....
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Master of Science Thesis. — University of New Orleans, 2004. — 66 p. Music has always played a large role in human life. The technology behind the art has progressed and grown over time in many areas, for instance the instruments themselves, the recording equipment used in studios, and the reproduction through digital signal processing. One facet of music that has seen very little...
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Dissertation. — Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2005. — 96 p. Listening to music and perceiving its structure is a fairly easy task for humans, even for listeners without formal musical training. For example, we can notice changes of notes, chords and keys, though we might not be able to name them (segmentation based on tonality and harmonic analysis); we can parse a...
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Dissertation. — Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität, Bonn, 2012. — 174 p. The field of music information retrieval (MIR) aims at developing techniques and tools for organizing, understanding, and searching multimodal information in large music collections in a robust, efficient and intelligent manner. In this context, this thesis presents novel, content-based methods for...
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Dissertation. — Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, 2006. — 240 p. This dissertation is about tonality. More precisely, it is concerned with the problems that appear when computer programs try to automatically extract tonal descriptors from musical audio signals. This doctoral dissertation proposes and evaluates a computational approach for the automatic description of tonal...
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Диссертация, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2000, -146 pp. This thesis studies system-level issues arising from implementing Digital Signal Processing (DSP) applications on highly heterogeneous and dynamic networks of processors. Compared with traditional DSP computation platforms such as microprocessor chips, distributed networks of processors offer many potential...
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Диссертация, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1999, -172 pp. The ability of a normal human listener to recognize objects in the environment from only the sounds they produce is extraordinarily robust with regard to characteristics of the acoustic environment and of other competing sound sources. In contrast, computer systems designed to recognize sound sources function...
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Dissertation. — McGill University, Montreal, 2010. — 600 p. Automatic music classification is a wide-ranging and multidisciplinary area of inquiry that offers significant benefits from both academic and commercial perspectives. This dissertation focuses on the development of jMIR, a suite of powerful, flexible, accessible and original software tools that can be used to design,...
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Dissertation. — Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1997. — 145 p. Computer music is not the artistic expression of an exclusive set of composers that it used to be. Musicians and composers have grown to expect much more from electronics and computers than their ability to create "out-of-this-world" sounds for a tape piece. Silicon has already made its way on stage, in...
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Диссертация, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2000, -147 pp. In addition to the vast amount of text-based information available on the World Wide Web, an increasing amount of video and audio based information is becoming available to users as a result of emerging multimedia computing technologies. The addition of these multimedia sources of information have presented us...
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Диссертация, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 2007, -198 pp. The human activity that takes place in meeting-rooms or class-rooms is reflected in a rich variety of acoustic events, either produced by the human body or by objects handled by humans, so the determination of both the identity of sounds and their position in time may help to detect and describe that human...
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Dissertation. — Cambridge University, 2001. — 153 p. Although the performance of speech recognition systems has increased substantially over the last decades, there still remain a number of tasks which pose considerable problems for current state-of-the-art techniques. One of these tasks is the recognition of spontaneous speech which differs from read or planned speech in that...
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Ставрополь, - МТУ, - 2003, – 180 стр. Диссертация на соискание ученой степени кандидата технических наук. Специальность: 05.12.04 — Радиотехника, в том числе системы и устройства радионавигации, радиолокации и телевидения. (На правах рукописи). Научный руководитель: доктор технических наук, профессор С. Л. Мишенков. Содержание. Принципы построения систем распознавания...
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