Musical instrument identification : A pattern-recognition approach

@inproceedings{Martin1998MusicalII,
  title={Musical instrument identification : A pattern-recognition approach},
  author={Keith Dana Martin},
  year={1998}
}
A statistical pattern-recognition technique was applied to the classification of musical instrument tones within a taxonomic hierarchy. Perceptually salient acoustic features— related to the physical properties of source excitation and resonance structure—were measured from the output of an auditory model (the log-lag correlogram) for 1023 isolated tones over the full pitch ranges of 15 orchestral instruments. The data set included examples from the string (bowed and plucked), woodwind (single… CONTINUE READING
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