Placeholding some ISMIR 2016 Papers

With the schedule announced, I am looking forward to taking a closer look at the following papers in my current topics of interest.


On the Evaluation of Rhythmic and Melodic Descriptors for Music Similarity
Maria Panteli and Simon Dixon

Conversations with Expert Users in Music Retrieval and Research Challenges for Creative MIR
Kristina Andersen and Peter Knees

A Plan for Sustainable MIR Evaluation
Brian McFee, Eric Humphrey and Julián Urbano

Cross Task Study on MIREX Recent Results: An Index for Evolution Measurement and Some Stagnation Hypotheses
Ricardo Scholz, Geber Ramalho and Giordano Cabral

Cross-Collection Evaluation for Music Classification Tasks
Dmitry Bogdanov, Alastair Porter, Perfecto Herrera and Xavier Serra

Music genre

Automatic Outlier Detection in Music Genre Datasets
Yen-Cheng Lu, Chih-Wei Wu, Alexander Lerch and Chang-Tien Lu

Exploring Customer Reviews for Music Genre Classification and Evolutionary Studies
Sergio Oramas, Luis Espinosa-Anke, Aonghus Lawlor, Xavier Serra and Horacio Saggion

Genre Ontology Learning: Comparing Curated with Crowd-Sourced Ontologies
Hendrik Schreiber

Genre Specific Dictionaries for Harmonic/Percussive Source Separation
Clément Laroche, Hélène Papadopoulos, Matthieu Kowalski and Gaël Richard

Learning Temporal Features Using a Deep Neural Network and its Application to Music Genre Classification
Il-Young Jeong and Kyogu Lee

Sparse Coding Based Music Genre Classification Using Spectro-Temporal Modulations
Kai-Chun Hsu, Chih-Shan Lin and Tai-Shih Chi


A Corpus of Annotated Irish Traditional Dance Music Recordings: Design and Benchmark Evaluations
Pierre Beauguitte, Bryan Duggan and John Kelleher

The Sousta Corpus: Beat-Informed Automatic Transcription of Traditional Dance Tunes
Andre Holzapfel and Emmanouil Benetos

Learning a Feature Space for Similarity in World Music
Maria Panteli, Emmanouil Benetos and Simon Dixon

Automatic Drum Transcription Using Bi-Directional Recurrent Neural Networks
Carl Southall, Ryan Stables and Jason Hockman

Mining Musical Traits of Social Functions in Native American Music
Daniel Shanahan, Kerstin Neubarth and Darrell Conklin

Creative MIR

An Evaluation Framework and Case Study for Rhythmic Concatenative Synthesis
Cárthach Ó Nuanáin, Perfecto Herrera and Sergi Jordà


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