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Folksonomy-based Tag Recommendation for Online Audio Clip Sharing

@inproceedings{Font2012FolksonomybasedTR,
  title={Folksonomy-based Tag Recommendation for Online Audio Clip Sharing},
  author={Frederic Font and Joan Serr{\`a} and Xavier Serra},
  booktitle={ISMIR},
  year={2012}
}
Collaborative tagging has emerged as an efficient way to semantically describe online resources shared by a community of users. However, tag descriptions present some drawbacks such as tag scarcity or concept inconsistencies. In these situations, tag recommendation strategies can help users in adding meaningful tags to the resources being described. Freesound is an online audio clip sharing site that uses collaborative tagging to describe a collection of more than 140,000 sound samples. In this… 

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