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The similarity join is an important database primitive which has been successfully applied to speed up applications such as similarity search, data analysis and data mining. The similarity join combines two point sets of a multidimensional vector space such that the result contains all point pairs where the distance does not exceed a parameter ε. In(More)
The similarity join has become an important database primitive to support similarity search and data mining. A similarity join combines two sets of complex objects such that the result contains all pairs of similar objects. Well-known are two types of the similarity join, the distance range join where the user defines a distance threshold for the join, and(More)
The similarity join has become an important database primitive for supporting similarity searches and data mining. A similarity join combines two sets of complex objects such that the result contains all pairs of similar objects. Two types of the similarity join are well-known, the distance range join, in which the user defines a distance threshold for the(More)
In this paper, we evaluate various onset detection algorithms in terms of their online capabilities. Most methods use some kind of normalization over time, which renders them unusable for online tasks. We modified existing methods to enable online application and evaluated their performance on a large dataset consisting of 27,774 annotated onsets. We focus(More)
Rhythmic patterns are an important structural element in music. This paper investigates the use of rhythmic pattern modeling to infer metrical structure in musical audio recordings. We present a Hidden Markov Model (HMM) based system that simultaneously extracts beats, downbeats, tempo, meter, and rhythmic patterns. Our model builds upon the basic structure(More)
Nearest-neighbor queries in high-dimensional space are of high importance in various applications, especially in content-based indexing of multimedia data. For an optimization of the query processing, accurate models for estimating the query processing costs are needed. In this paper, we propose a new cost model for nearest neighbor queries in(More)
In this paper we present a new beat tracking algorithm which extends an existing state-of-the-art system with a multi-model approach to represent different music styles. The system uses multiple recurrent neural networks, which are specialised on certain musical styles, to estimate possible beat positions. It chooses the model with the most appropriate beat(More)
In this paper, we approach the tasks of beat tracking, down-beat recognition and rhythmic style classification in non-Western music. Our approach is based on a Bayesian model, which infers tempo, downbeats and rhythmic style, from an audio signal. The model can be automatically adapted to rhythmic styles and time signatures. For evaluation , we compiled and(More)
The similarity join is an important database primitive which has been successfully applied to speed up applications such as similarity search, data analysis and data mining. The similarity join combines two point sets of a multidimensional vector space such that the result contains all point pairs where the distance does not exceed a given Parameter ε.(More)