A Resumé of Year 1

Dear taxpayers of Denmark. You have been gracious to support me this year and next by Independent post-doc grant No. 11-105218 from Det Frie Forskningsråd.
Here is a resumé of my accomplishments for the first year. Most of the publications and submissions are available here.

Journal articles:

  1. B. L. Sturm, “When ‘Exact Recovery’ is Exact Recovery in Compressed Sensing,” IEEE Trans. Signal Processing, submitted Jan. 2012. (Rejected)
  2. B. L. Sturm, “The Tzanetakis music genre dataset: Its faults and the challenges they provide,” IEEE Trans. Audio, Speech, Language Signal Process., submitted Jan. 2012. (Rejected)
  3. B. L. Sturm, “Classification Accuracy Is Not Enough: On the Analysis of Music Genre Recognition Systems,” submitted Nov. 2012 to Journal of Intelligent Information Systems.
  4. B. L. Sturm, B. Mailhé, and M. D. Plumbley, “On Theorem 10 in “On Polar Polytopes and the Recovery of Sparse Representations,” and the ERC of BP and OMP in “Greed is Good: Algorithmic Results for Sparse Approximation,” submitted Dec. 2012 to IEEE Trans. Information Theory.

Grant submissions

  1. FP7-ICT-2011C FET OPEN STREP Young Explorers (€1,2 million) submitted Sep. 10, 2012 (waiting to hear)
  2. Programme IFD — Science 2013 for French-Danish scientific co-operation (€3.000) submitted Nov. 2012 (waiting to hear)
  3. Grant from Center for Digital Music, Queen Mary University of London, awarded June 2012; another proposal submitted Dec. 2012.

Conference papers:

  1. B. L. Sturm, “A Study on Sparse Vector Distributions and Recovery from Compressed Sensing,” European Signal Processing Conf., submitted April 2012. (Rejected)
  2. B. L. Sturm, “The Tzanetakis music genre dataset: Its faults and the challenges they provide,” Int. Society Music Information Retrieval, submitted April 2012. (Rejected)
  3. B. L. Sturm, “Three revealing experiments in music genre recognition,” Proc. Int. Soc. Music Info. Retrieval, submitted Apr. 2012. (Rejected)
  4. B. L. Sturm and P. Noorzad, “On Automatic Music Genre Recognition by Sparse Representation Classification using Auditory Temporal Modulations,” CMMR 2012, Queen Mary, University of London, June 2012.
  5. B. L. Sturm, “When ‘Exact Recovery’ is Exact Recovery in Compressed Sensing,” Proc. European Signal Processing Conf., Bucharest, Romania, Aug. 2012.
  6. P. Noorzad and B. L. Sturm, “Regression with sparse approximations of data,” Proc. European Signal Processing Conf., Bucharest, Romania, Aug. 2012.
  7. B. L. Sturm and M. G. Christensen, “Comparison of Orthogonal Matching Pursuit Implementations,” Proc. European Signal Processing Conf., Bucharest, Romania, Aug. 2012.
  8. B. L. Sturm, “A Survey of Evaluation in Music Genre Recognition,” Proc. 10th international workshop on Adaptive Multimedia Retrieval, Copenhagen, Denmark, Oct. 2012.
  9. B. L. Sturm, “An Analysis of the GTZAN Music Genre Dataset.”, Proc. ACM Multimedia: Workshop on Music Information Retrieval with User-Centered and Multimodal Strategies, Nara, Japan, Nov. 2012.
  10. B. L. Sturm, “Two Systems for Automatic Music Genre Recognition: What Are They Really Recognizing?”, Proc. ACM Multimedia: Workshop on Music Information Retrieval with User-Centered and Multimodal Strategies, Nara, Japan, Nov. 2012.
  11. B. L. Sturm “Music genre recognition with risk and rejection,” Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Multimedia Expo, submitted Dec. 2012.
  12. B. L. Sturm “On music genre classification via compressive sampling,” Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Multimedia Expo, submitted Dec. 2012.

Invited seminars:

  1. Departement Elektrotechniek, Catholic University Leuven, Belgium (March 21, 2012)
  2. Intelligent Signal Processing Group, Technical University of Denmark (May 14, 2012)
  3. Speech and Audio Processing Group, Imperial University, UK (May 30, 2012)
  4. Centre for Digital Music of Queen Mary University of London, UK (May 23, 2012)
  5. Sound Software Workshop, Queen Mary University of London, UK (June 18, 2012)
  6. Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Lund University, Sweden (September 14, 2012)
  7. Institut for Kommunikation, Aalborg University, Denmark (Oct. 29, 2012)
  8. Communication Theory Lab, KTH-Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden (Dec. 3, 2012)

Research visits:

  1. Departement Elektrotechniek, Catholic University Leuven, Belgium (March 20-23, 2012)
  2. Centre for Digital Music of Queen Mary University of London, UK (April 16 — June 28, 2012) Funded in part by EPSRC Platform Grant EP/E045235/1 at the Centre for Digital Music of Queen Mary University of London.
  3. Communication Theory Lab, KTH-Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden (Dec. 3-7, 2012)
  4. Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Lund University, Sweden (Dec. 11-14, 2012)

Conferences:

  1. Technical program chair 2012 Sound and Music Computing, July 11-14.

Godt nytår!

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