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    • Using morphological description for generic sound retrieval 

      Julien Ricard; Perfecto Herrera (Johns Hopkins University, 2003-10-26)
      Systems for sound retrieval are usually “source-centred”. This means that retrieval is based on using the proper keywords that define or specify a sound source. Although this type of description is of great interest, it ...
    • Using Transportation Distances for Measuring Melodic Similarity 

      Rainer Typke; Panos Giannopoulos; Remco C. Veltkamp; Frans Wiering; René van Oostrum (Johns Hopkins University, 2003-10-26)
      Most of the existing methods for measuring melodic similarity use one-dimensional textual representations of music notation, so that melodic similarity can be measured by calculating editing distances. We view notes as ...
    • Was Parsons right? An experiment in usability of music representations for melody-based music retrieval 

      Alexandra Uitdenbogerd; Yaw Wah Yap (Johns Hopkins University, 2003-10-26)
      In 1975 Parsons developed his dictionary of musical themes based on a simple contour representation. The motivation was that people with little training in music would be able to identify pieces of music. We decided to ...