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Audio Analysis using the Discrete Wavelet Transform
TLDR
Automatic classification of various types of audio using the DWT is described and compared with other traditional feature extractors proposed in the literature.
Building and Using A Scalable Display Wall System
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The approach to research challenges in several specific research areas, including seamless tiling, parallel rendering, parallel data visualization, parallel MPEG decoding, layered multiresolution video input, multichannel immersive sound, user interfaces, application tools, and content creation are described.
CapWidgets: tangile widgets versus multi-touch controls on mobile devices
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CapWidgets bring back physical controls to off-the-shelf multi-touch surfaces as found in mobile phones and tablet computers and shows that user performance and preferences are not automatically in favor of tangible widgets and careful design is necessary to validate their properties.
Internet of Musical Things: Vision and Challenges
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This paper presents a vision in which the IoMusT enables the connection of digital and physical domains by means of appropriate information and communication technologies, fostering novel musical applications and services and identifies key capabilities missing from today's systems.
Characteristics of pressure-based input for mobile devices
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The study results suggest that the discrepancy can be explained by different signal conditioning circuitry and with improved signal conditioning the user-performed precision relationship is linear.
PebbleBox and CrumbleBag: Tactile Interfaces for Granular Synthesis
The PebbleBox and the CrumbleBag are examples of a granular interaction paradigm, in which the manipulation of physical grains of arbitrary material becomes the basis for interacting with granular
Shamus - a Sensor-Based Integrated Mobile phone Instrument
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ShaMus is a sensor-based approach to turning mobile devices into musical instruments that allows individual and untethered gestural performance through striking, shaking and sweeping gestures.
Map navigation with mobile devices: virtual versus physical movement with and without visual context
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The study demonstrates the advantage of dynamic peephole and magic lens interaction over joystick interaction in terms of search time and degree of exploration of the search space.
Interactivity for Mobile Music-Making
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A theoretical analysis of the sensor capabilities via a design space is provided and concrete examples of how different sensors can facilitate interactive performance on these devices are shown.
Recognizing emotion from singing and speaking using shared models
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The results show that the multi-task model classifies emotion more accurately compared to single-task models when the same set of features is used, suggesting that although spoken and sung emotion recognition tasks are different, they are related, and can be considered together.
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