MUSART: Music Retrieval Via Aural Queries

@inproceedings{Birmingham2001MUSARTMR,
  title={MUSART: Music Retrieval Via Aural Queries},
  author={William P. Birmingham},
  booktitle={ISMIR},
  year={2001}
}
MUSART is a research project developing and studying new techniques for music information retrieval. The MUSART architecture uses a variety of representations to support multiple search modes. Progress is reported on the use of Markov modeling, melodic contour, and phonetic streams for music retrieval. To enable large-scale databases and more advanced searches, musical abstraction is studied. The MME subsystem performs theme extraction, and two other analysis systems are described that discover… CONTINUE READING
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