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Optical Music Recognition of Early Typographic Prints using Hidden Markov Models
Music printed with movable type (typographic music) from the 16th and 17th centuries contains specific graphic features. In this paper, we present a technique and associated experiments forExpand
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Verovio: A library for Engraving MEI Music Notation into SVG
Rendering symbolic music notation is a common component of many MIR applications, and many tools are available for this task. There is, however, a need for a tool that can natively render the MusicExpand
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Optical Music Recognitoin of Early Typographic Prints using Hidden Markov Models
Music printed with movable type (typographic music) from the 16th and 17th centuries contains specific graphic features. In this paper, we present a technique and associated experiments forExpand
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A Cross-Validated Study of Modelling Strategies for Automatic Chord Recognition in Audio
Although automatic chord recognition has generated a number of recent papers in MIR, nobody to date has done a proper cross validation of their recognition results. Cross validation is the mostExpand
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Gamera Versus Aruspix: Two Optical Music Recognition Approaches
Optical music recognition (OMR) applications are predominantly designed for common music notation and as such, are inherently incapable of adapting to specialized notation forms within early music.Expand
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MAP Adaptation to Improve Optical Music Recognition of Early Music Documents Using Hidden Markov Models
Despite steady improvement in optical music recognition (OMR), early documents remain challenging because of the high variability in their contents. In this paper, we present an original approachExpand
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The Challenge of Data in Digital Musicology
  • L. Pugin
  • Computer Science
  • Front. Digit. Humanit.
  • 2015
Most of our work in the humanities is increasingly driven by digital technology. Musicology is no exception and the field is undergoing the same revolution as all disciplines in the humanities. ThereExpand
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Enhanced Bleedthrough Correction for Early Music Documents with Recto-Verso Registration
Ink bleedthrough is common problem in early music documents. Even when such bleedthrough does not pose problems for human perception, it can inhibit the performance of optical music recognitionExpand
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