MoodSwings: A Collaborative Game for Music Mood Label Collection

  title={MoodSwings: A Collaborative Game for Music Mood Label Collection},
  author={Youngmoo E. Kim and Erik M. Schmidt and Lloyd Emelle},
There are many problems in the field of music information retrieval that are not only difficult for machines to solve, but that do not have well-defined answers. In labeling and detecting emotions within music, this lack of specificity makes it difficult to train systems that rely on quantified labels for supervised machine learning. The collection of such “ground truth” data for these subjectively perceived features necessarily requires human subjects. Traditional methods of data collection… CONTINUE READING
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