An Automatic Segmentation Method of Popular Music Based on SVM and Self-similarity

@inproceedings{Li2014AnAS,
  title={An Automatic Segmentation Method of Popular Music Based on SVM and Self-similarity},
  author={Feng Li and You You and Yuqin Lu and YuQing Pan},
  booktitle={HCC},
  year={2014}
}
  • Feng Li, You You, +1 author YuQing Pan
  • Published in HCC 2014
  • Computer Science
  • Popular music segmentation plays an important role in popular music content retrieval, melody extraction and semantic understanding etc. [...] Key Method In this paper, we propose an automatic segmentation approach that combines SVM classification and audio self-similarity segmentation, which firstly separate the sung clips and accompaniment clips from pop music by using SVM preliminary classification, and then heuristic rules are used to filter and merge the classification result to determine potential segment…Expand Abstract

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