This month two papers were accepted.
The first one will appear in post-proceedings of ECDA 2014 and compares audio features and playlist statistics for music classification:
I. Vatolkin, G. Bonnin, D. Jannach – Comparing Audio Features and Playlist Statistics for Music Classification
The second one is accepted for EvoMUSART 2015. The conference will take place on 8.4-10.4.2015 in Copenhagen, Denmark. The paper describes a method for the maximization of interpretability in music classification without a limitation to use high-level (semantic) features only:
I. Vatolkin, G. Rudolph, C. Weihs – Interpretability of Music Classification as a Criterion for Evolutionary Multi-Objective Feature Selection