Marsyas and Rhythm Patterns : Evaluation of two music genre classification systems

@inproceedings{Lidy2003MarsyasAR,
  title={Marsyas and Rhythm Patterns : Evaluation of two music genre classification systems},
  author={Thomas Lidy},
  year={2003}
}
Within the last years several technologies for automatic genreor content-based music classification have been developed. Two of them are the Rhythm Patterns, which were developed by Andreas Rauber et al. within the SOMeJB system, and the MARSYAS system by George Tzanetakis. While delivering promising results, none of them can at present be regarded as perfect. This paper describes the evaluation of both of the aforementioned systems and discusses the classification results of each of them… CONTINUE READING

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