Mel Cepstrum & Ann Ova: The Difficult Dialog Between MIR and Music Cognition

@inproceedings{Aucouturier2012MelC,
  title={Mel Cepstrum & Ann Ova: The Difficult Dialog Between MIR and Music Cognition},
  author={Jean-Julien Aucouturier and Emmanuel Bigand},
  booktitle={ISMIR},
  year={2012}
}
Mel is a MIR researcher (the audio type) who's always been convinced that his field of research had something to contribute to the study of music cognition. His feeling, however, hasn't been much shared by the reviewers of the many psychology journals he tried submitting his views to. Their critics, rejecting his data as irrelevant, have frustrated him the more he tried to rebut, the more defensive both sides of the debate became. He was close to give up his hopes of interdisciplinary dialog… CONTINUE READING

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