Archiv der Kategorie: MIR Research

Master thesis on lyrics finished

Florian Treinat: Verwendung von Lyrics zur Generierung von Musik-Playlisten (Application of lyrics for generation of music playlists) (supervisors: Dietmar Jannach, Iman Kamehkhosh, e-Services Research Group, TU Dortmund) The goal of this work was to improve the quality of music recommendations … Weiterlesen

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Master thesis on Twitter music data finished

Mike Gösker: #nowplaying: Analyse musikbezogener Twitterdaten (Analysis of music-related Twitter data) (supervisors: Dietmar Jannach, Lukas Lerche, e-Services Research Group, TU Dortmund) In his master’s thesis Mike Gösker implemented and evaluated a set of techniques to generate music track recommendations based … Weiterlesen

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Bachelor thesis on generation of drum accompaniment to improvised Jazz solos

The goal of the thesis (PDF in German) was to develop a system for the automatic generation of drum accompaniment to improvised Jazz solos. This is solved by means of an evolutionary algorithm. A list of rules is defined for … Weiterlesen

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Master thesis on music restructuring finished

This thesis addressed the problem of automatically rearranging any given music piece based on user-defined constraints. Rearranged music pieces are generated by playing back the original piece and jumping from one position in the original to another at specific times. … Weiterlesen

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Accepted papers for RecSys and ISMIR

Two papers were accepted for upcoming conferences: D. Jannach, L. Lerche, I. Kamehkhosh: Beyond “Hitting the Hits” – Generating Coherent Music Playlist Continuations with the Right Tracks. Proceedings of the 9th ACM Conference on Recommender Systems (RecSys 2015), Vienna, 2015 … Weiterlesen

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Two papers accepted

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 … Weiterlesen

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EMO paper accepted

The paper I. Vatolkin – Exploration of Two-Objective Scenarios on Supervised Evolutionary Feature Selection: a Survey and a Case Study (Application to Music Categorisation) is accepted for EMO 2015. The conference will take place on 29.3-1.4.2015 in Guimarães, Portugal.

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A survey article on playlist generation available online

The article G. Bonnin and D. Jannach – Automated Generation of Music Playlists: Survey and Experiments, ACM Computing Surveys, Vol. 47, No. 2, Article 26 is now available online. The paper is a detailed survey on playlist generation. First, different … Weiterlesen

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RecSyS paper accepted

The paper on the analysis of playlist characteristics (D. Jannach, I. Kamehkhosh, and G. Bonnin – Analyzing the Characteristics of Shared Playlists for Music Recommendation) is accepted for the 6th ACM RecSys Workshop on Recommender Systems and Social Web.

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ECDA best paper award

At the opening session of European Conference on Data Analysis 2014 in Bremen, Daniel Stoller received one of two “Best Paper” awards for ECDA 2013 postproceeding paper, “Impact of Frame Size and Instrumentation on Chroma-based Automatic Chord Recognition”. With Daniel … Weiterlesen

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