Probability based playlist generation based on music similarity and user customization

@article{Budhraja2012ProbabilityBP,
  title={Probability based playlist generation based on music similarity and user customization},
  author={Karan Kumar Budhraja and Arambam James Singh and Geetika Dubey and Arun Khosla},
  journal={2012 NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTING AND COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS},
  year={2012},
  pages={1-5}
}
Playlist generation may be defined as the generation of a list of music items or songs based on a preexisting set of songs. A common approach would be to suggest a number of songs based on the currently playing song. An exhaustive algorithm, based on similarity calculation between two songs, would involve computation of similarity of musical attributes of all of the songs with respect of the reference song. This paper introduces a methodology focused towards decreasing the computational… CONTINUE READING

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