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  • Automatic detection and correction of detuned singing system for use with query-by-humming applications

    Publikacja

    The aim of the paper is to present an idea of using the automatic detection and correction of detuned singing as a subsystem in query-by-humming (QBH) applications. The common approach to searching for a requested song basing on the melody retrieved from hummed pattern usually employs the so-called Parsons code or melody contour. In such a case information about sound pitch is discarded. It was thought out that an additional module...

  • Automatic detection and correction of detuned singing system for use with query-by-humming applications

    Publikacja

    - 2008

    The aim of the paper is to present an idea of using the automatic detection and correction of detuned singing as a subsystem in query-by-humming (QBH) applications. The common approach to searching for a requested song basing on the melody retrieved from hummed pattern usually employs the so-called Parsons code or melody contour. In such a case information about sound pitch is discarded. It was thought out that an additional module...

  • Information Retrieval with the Use of Music Clustering by Directions Algorithm

    Publikacja

    - 2013

    This paper introduces the Music Clustering by Directions (MCBD) algorithm. The algorithm is designed to support users of query by humming systems in formulating queries. This kind of systems makes it possible to retrieve songs and tunes on the basis of a melody recorded by the user. The Music Clustering by Directions algorithm is a kind of an interactive query expansion method. On the basis of query, the algorithm provides suggestions...

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  • Michał Lech dr inż.

    Michał Lech was born in Gdynia in 1983. In 2007 he graduated from the faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics of Gdansk University of Technology. In June 2013, he received his Ph.D. degree. The subject of the dissertation was: “A Method and Algorithms for Controlling the Sound Mixing Processes with Hand Gestures Recognized Using Computer Vision”. The main focus of the thesis was the bias of audio perception caused...

  • Music Information Retrieval – Soft Computing versus Statistics . Wyszukiwanie informacji muzycznej - algorytmy uczące versus metody statystyczne

    Publikacja

    - 2015

    Music Information Retrieval (MIR) is an interdisciplinary research area that covers automated extraction of information from audio signals, music databases and services enabling the indexed information searching. In the early stages the primary focus of MIR was on music information through Query-by-Humming (QBH) applications, i.e. on identifying a piece of music by singing (singing/whistling), while more advanced implementations...

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  • Możliwości wyszukiwania dokumentów muzycznych utworzonych zgodnie z architekturą IODA

    Artykuł przedstawia zagadnienie zastosowania dokumentów muzycznych utworzonych zgodnie z architekturą IODA (ang. Interactive Open Document Architecture). Dokumenty w architekturze IODA składają się z wielu plików powiązanych ze sobą semantycznie. Zależności te definiowane są w tzw. grzbiecie (ang. spine) dokumentu będącym plikiem w formacie XML (ang. eXtensible Markup Language). Dokumenty muzyczne tworzone zgodnie z architekturą...

  • The Application of the IODA Document Architecture to Music Data

    Publikacja

    - 2014

    This paper is concerned with storing music data with the use of document architecture called Interactive Open Document Architecture (IODA). This architecture makes it possible to create documents which are executable, mobile, interactive and intelligent. Such documents consist of many files that are semantically related to each other. Semantic links are defined in XML files which are a part of a document. IODA documents with music...