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A computational study on outliers in world music
The comparative analysis of world music cultures has been the focus of several ethnomusicological studies in the last century. With the advances of Music Information Retrieval and the increasedExpand
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On the Evaluation of Rhythmic and Melodic Descriptors for Music Similarity
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We select a set of state-of-the-art rhythmic and melodic descriptors and assess their invariance with respect to transformations of timbre, recording quality, tempo and pitch. Expand
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co-rank: An Online Tool for Collectively Deciding Efficient Rankings Among Peers
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Our aim with co-rank is to facilitate the grading of exams or assignments in massive open online courses (MOOCs). Expand
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Adaptive and maladaptive emotion processing and regulation, and the case of alexithymia
ABSTRACT In this conceptual review, we discuss models of emotion and its regulation and identify a spectrum of processes that characterise adaptive adjustment to the affective environment. WeExpand
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Towards the characterization of singing styles in world music
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In this paper we focus on the characterization of singing styles in world music. Expand
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Intersection based decentralized diagnosis: Implementation and verification
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We consider decentralized diagnosis in discrete event systems that are modeled as non-deterministic finite automata and are observed, through distinct natural projection maps, at multiple observation sites. Expand
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Learning a Feature Space for Similarity in World Music
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We use state-ofthe-art audio features to describe musical content in world music recordings and investigate similarity across music cultures. Expand
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Predictors of Loneliness in a Sample of College Men and Women in Cyprus: The Role of Anxiety and Social Skills
Aim: This investigation examined the association between social anxiety and loneliness, and the role of associated characteristics specifically self-esteem, social skills and anxiety sensitivity,Expand
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A model for rhythm and timbre similarity in electronic dance music
Music similarity is a multidimensional concept to which so-called “sub-similarities”, such as timbre and rhythm similarity, contribute. In this study, two models are presented: one for timbreExpand
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