A Lightweight Multi-Agent Musical Beat Tracking System (2000)

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by Simon Dixon
Venue:in Pacific Rim International Conference on Artificial Intelligence
Citations:30 - 5 self

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158 Automatic Extraction of Tempo and Beat from Expressive Performances – Simon Dixon - 2001
10 Towards Rhythmic Content Processing of Musical Signals: Fostering Complementary Approaches – Fabien Gouyon, Benoit Meudic - 2003
28 Beat Tracking with Musical Knowledge – Simon Dixon, Emilios Cambouropoulos - 2000
A Beat Tracking System for Audio Signals – Simon Dixon Austrian, Simon Dixon - 1999
28 An Empirical Comparison of Tempo Trackers – Simon Dixon, Simon Dixon - 2001
Functional Framework Coffee Break Evaluation of Rhythm Description Systems MIR Applications of Rhythm Description Some ideas – Fabien Gouyon, Simon Dixon
6 Beat Induction and Rhythm Recognition – Simon Dixon - 1997
Dynamic Reresentation of Musical Structure – Edward Wilson Large - 1994
4 Analysis of musical content in digital audio – Simon Dixon - 2004
23 A Hybrid Graphical Model for Rhythmic Parsing – Christopher Raphael - 2001
128 An Audio-based Real-time Beat Tracking System for Music With or Without Drum-sounds – Masataka Goto - 2001
13 A Multiresolution Time-Frequency Analysis And Interpretation Of Musical Rhythm – Leigh M. Smith - 1999
93 Resonance and the Perception of Musical Meter – Edward W. Large, John F. Kolen - 1994
44 Techniques for the Automated Analysis of Musical Audio – Stephen Webley Hainsworth - 2003
35 Real-time Beat Tracking for Drumless Audio Signals: Chord Change Detection for Musical Decisions – Masataka Goto, Yoichi Muraoka - 1999
6 On the Analysis of Musical Expression in Audio Signals – Simon Dixon - 2003
43 Signal Processing Methods for the Automatic Transcription of Music – Anssi Klapuri - 2004
13 Perceptual Smoothness of Tempo in Expressively Performed Music. Music Perception 23 – Simon Dixon, Werner Goebl, Emilios Cambouropoulos - 2005
Computational Models of Music . . . – Hendrik Purwins, Maarten Grachten, Amaury Hazan, Ricard Marxer, et al.