Artificial Perception and Music Recognition

  title={Artificial Perception and Music Recognition},
  author={Andranick Tanguiane},
  booktitle={Lecture Notes in Computer Science},
  • A. Tanguiane
  • Published in
    Lecture Notes in Computer…
    1 October 1993
  • Psychology
Correlativity of perception.- Substantiating the model.- Implementing the model.- Experiments on chord recognition.- Applications to rhythm recognition.- Applications to music theory.- General discussion.- Conclusions. 
A Practical Approach to the Chord Analysis in the Acoustical Recognition Process
This paper outlines the localization of the identification of simultaneously sounding notes in the whole process of music recognition and proposes a practical solution.
Computer Music Analysis
Computer music analysis is investigated, with speciic reference to the current research elds of automatic music transcription, human music perception, pitch determination, note and stream
A Dynamic Modelling Approach to Music Recognition
It is argued that by using dynamic modelling, it is possible to solve many of the constituent problems of automatic transcription.
Music recognition based on artificial perception approach 1
A so called artificial perception approach to implement a computer system for automatic notation of performed music, where the data obtained by signal processing are self‐organized in order to segregate patterns before their recognition by artificial intelligence methods.
A Principle of Correlativity of Perception and Its Application to Music Recognition
The model explains the function of interval hearing, certain statements of music theory, and some effects of rhythm perception, as well as applications to image processing and modeling of abstract thinking.
Towards a Cognitive Architecture for Music Perception
The framework of a cognitive architecture for music perception is presented, which extends and completes a similar architecture for computer vision developed during the years and takes into account many relationships between vision and music perception.
Towards axiomatization of music perception 1 ast
Abstract We postulate the following properties of audio perception: Axiom 1 (Logarithmic pitch) The frequency axis is logarithmically scaled. Axiom 2 (Insensitivity to the phase of the signal) Only
From Raw Polyphonic Audio to Locating Recurring Themes
We present research studies of two related strands in content-based music retrieval: the automatic transcription of raw audio from a single polyphonic instrument with discrete pitch (eg piano) and
Technology of Interpretation and Expressive Pulses
  • A. Tanguiane
  • Geology
    Joint International Conference on Cognitive and Systematic Musicology
  • 1996
A system of rules has been developed which aim to do segmentation and the First Movement of Vivaldi's Violin Concerto in G major (Op.3 No.3) is taken as an example of how to use the analysis-based method for the interpretation.
Automatic Music Transcription: An Experiment with Simple Tools
This study is focused on an automatic music transcription, i.e. converting acoustic music, stored in the form of WAVE files, to MIDI like data, and Fourier transform was used as the recognition tool.