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Deep rank-based transposition-invariant distances on musical sequences

  title={Deep rank-based transposition-invariant distances on musical sequences},
  author={Ga{\"e}tan Hadjeres and F. Nielsen},
  • Gaëtan Hadjeres, F. Nielsen
  • Published 2017
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • Distances on symbolic musical sequences are needed for a variety of applications, from music retrieval to automatic music generation. These musical sequences belong to a given corpus (or style) and it is obvious that a good distance on musical sequences should take this information into account; being able to define a distance ex nihilo which could be applicable to all music styles seems implausible. A distance could also be invariant under some transformations, such as transpositions, so that… CONTINUE READING

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