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Monday October 8, 2012
10 AM - 1 PM   Tutorial 1: "Leveraging Repetition to Parse the Auditory Scene"
10 AM - 1 PM   Tutorial 2: "Music Affect Recognition: The State-of-the-art and Lessons Learned"
2:30 PM - 5:30 PM   Tutorial 3: "Reusable software and reproducibility in music informatics research"
2:30 PM - 5:30 PM   Tutorial 4: "Why Jazz is Interesting?"
6 PM - 7:40 PM   Reception and Port wine tasting
8 PM - 9 PM   Concert 1
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Tuesday October 9, 2012
9:30 AM - 10:50 AM   Oral Session 1: Musical Cultures — Chairpersons: Perfecto Herrera, Meinard Müller and Gustavo Martins
   Influence in Early Electronic Dance Music: An Audio Content Analysis Investigation
Nick Collins
University of Sussex
   Association Mining of Folk Music Genres and Toponyms
Kerstin Neubarth1,  Izaro Goienetxea2,  Colin Johnson3,  Darrell Conklin2
1Canterbury Christ Church University, 2University of the Basque Country, 3University of Kent
   Characterization of Embellishments in Ney Performances of Makam Music in Turkey
Tan Hakan Özaslan1,  Xavier Serra2,  Josep Lluís Arcos1
1CSIC-IIIA, 2Music Technology Group, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
   Cross-cultural Music Mood Classification: A Comparison on English and Chinese Songs
Yi-Hsuan Yang1 and Xiao Hu2
1Academia Sinica, 2Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong
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10:50 AM - 1:00 PM & 3:50 PM - 4:30 PM   Poster Session 1 — Chairperson: Arthur Flexer
   Towards a (Better) Definition of the Description of Annotated MIR Corpora
Geoffroy Peeters1 and Karen Fort2
   Modeling Musical Mood From Audio Features and Listening Context on an In-Situ Data Set
Diane Watson and Regan L. Mandryk
University of Saskatchewan
   Analyzing Drum Patterns Using Conditional Deep Belief Networks
Eric Battenberg and David Wessel
UC Berkeley
   N-gram Based Statistical Makam Detection on Makam Music in Turkey Using Symbolic Data
Erdem Ünal1,  Barış Bozkurt2,  Mustafa Kemal Karaosmanoğlu3
1TÜBİTAK BİLGEM, 2Bahçeşehir University, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, 3Yıldız Technical University
   Evaluating the Online Capabilities of Onset Detection Methods
Sebastian Böck,  Florian Krebs,  Markus Schedl
Johannes Kepler University Linz
   Structure-Based Audio Fingerprinting for Music Retrieval
Peter Grosche1,  Joan Serrà2,  Meinard Müller3,  Josep Lluis Arcos2
1Saarland University and MPI Informatik, 2Artificial Intelligence Research Institute (IIIA-CSIC), 3Bonn University and MPI Informatik
   Bridging Printed Music and Audio Through Alignment Using a Mid-level Score Representation
Ozgur Izmirli and Gyanendra Sharma
Connecticut College
   Real-time Online Singing Voice Separation from Monaural Recordings Using Robust Low-rank Modeling
Pablo Sprechmann1,  Alex Bronstein2,  Guillermo Sapiro1
1University of Minnesota, 2Tel Aviv University
   Folksonomy-based Tag Recommendation for Online Audio Clip Sharing
Frederic Font1,  Joan Serrà2,  Xavier Serra1
1Music Technology Group, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain, 2Artificial Intelligence Research Institute (IIIA-CSIC), Bellaterra, Barcelona, Spain
   Infinite Composite Autoregressive Models for Music Signal Analysis
Kazuyoshi Yoshii and Masataka Goto
   Professionally-produced Music Separation Guided by Covers
Timothée Gerber1,  Martin Dutasta1,  Laurent Girin1,  Cédric Févotte2
1GIPSA-lab / Grenoble Institute of Technology - Grenoble - France, 2CNRS LTCI / Télécom ParisTech - Paris - France
   Bayesian Nonnegative Harmonic-Temporal Factorization and Its Application to Multipitch Analysis
Daichi Sakaue,  Takuma Otsuka,  Katsutoshi Itoyama,  Hiroshi G. Okuno
Kyoto University
   A Scape Plot Representation for Visualizing Repetitive Structures of Music Recordings
Meinard Müller1 and Nanzhu Jiang2
1Bonn University and MPI Informatik, 2Saarland University and MPI Informatik
   A Systematic Comparison of Music Similarity Adaptation Approaches
Daniel Wolff1,  Sebastian Stober2,  Andreas Nürnberger2,  Tillman Weyde1
1City University London, 2Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg
   Using Hyper-genre Training to Explore Genre Information for Automatic Chord Estimation
Yizhao Ni,  Matt McVicar,  Raul Santos-Rodriguez,  Tijl De Bie
Intelligent Systems Laboratory, University of Bristol, UK
   Semi-supervised NMF with Time-frequency Annotations for Single-channel Source Separation
Augustin Lefèvre1,  Francis Bach1,  Cédric Févotte2
1Sierra team, INRIA, 2CNRS/LTCI Telecom ParisTech
   Neon.js: Neume Editor Online
Gregory Burlet,  Alastair Porter,  Andrew Hankinson,  Ichiro Fujinaga
CIRMMT, McGill University
   Modeling Chord and Key Structure with Markov Logic
Helene Papadopoulos and George Tzanetakis
University of Victoria
   A Geometric Language for Representing Structure in Polyphonic Music
David Meredith
Aalborg University
   Unsupervised Learning of Local Features for Music Classification
Jan Wülfing and Martin Riedmiller
University of Freiburg
   Modeling Piano Interpretation Using Switching Kalman Filter
Yupeng Gu and Christopher Raphael
Indiana University
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2:30 PM - 3:50 PM   Oral Session 2: Rhythm & Beat — Chairperson: Masataka Goto
   Interpreting Rhythm in Optical Music Recognition
Rong Jin and Christopher Raphael
Indiana University
   Assigning a Confidence Threshold on Automatic Beat Annotation in Large Datasets
Jose Ricardo Zapata1,  Andre Holzapfel1,  Matthew Davies2,  Joao Lobato Oliveira2,  Fabien Gouyon2
1Music Technology Group, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2INESC TEC
   A Corpus-based Study of Rhythm Patterns
Matthias Mauch and Simon Dixon
Queen Mary, University of London
   One in the Jungle: Downbeat Detection in Hardcore, Jungle, and Drum and Bass
Jason Hockman1,  Matthew Davies2,  Ichiro Fujinaga1
1McGill University, 2INESC TEC
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4:30 PM - 5:10 PM   Oral Session 3: Similarity — Chairperson: Jean-Julien Aucouturier
   A MIREX Meta-analysis of Hubness in Audio Music Similarity
Arthur Flexer,  Dominik Schnitzer,  Jan Schlueter
Austrian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence (OFAI)
   How Significant is Statistically Significant? The case of Audio Music Similarity and Retrieval
Julián Urbano1,  J. Stephen Downie2,  Brian McFee3,  Markus Schedl4
1University Carlos III of Madrid, 2University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 3University of California at San Diego, 4Johannes Kepler University Linz
5:20 PM - 6:20 PM   Keynote Speech 1: José C. Principe
10 PM - 11 PM   Concert 2
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Wednesday October 10, 2012
9:30 AM - 10:50 AM   Oral Session 4: Melody & Pitch — Chairperson: Emilia Gómez
   Statistical Characterisation of Melodic Pitch Contours and its Application for Melody Extraction
Justin Salamon1,  Geoffroy Peeters2,  Axel Röbel2
1Music Technology Group, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain, 2Analysis/Synthesis Team, IRCAM, Paris, France
   Detecting Melodic Motifs from Audio for Hindustani Classical Music
Joe Cheri Ross,  Vinutha T P,  Preeti Rao
IIT Bombay, Mumbai
   Characterization of Intonation in Carnatic Music by Parametrizing Pitch Histograms
Gopala Krishna Koduri1,  Joan Serrà2,  Xavier Serra1
1Music Technology Group, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain., 2Artificial Intelligence Research Institute (IIIA-CSIC), Bellaterra, Barcelona, Spain.
   Discriminative Non-negative Matrix Factorization for Multiple Pitch Estimation
Nicolas Boulanger-Lewandowski,  Yoshua Bengio,  Pascal Vincent
Université de Montréal
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10:50 AM - 1:00 PM & 3:50 PM - 4:30 PM   Poster Session 2 — Chairperson: Xavier Serra
   A Feature Relevance Study for Guitar Tone Classification
Wolfgang Fohl,  Andreas Meisel,  Ivan Turkalj
Hamburg University of Applied Sciences
   String Methods for Folk Tune Genre Classification
Ruben Hillewaere1,  Bernard Manderick1,  Darrell Conklin2
1Vrije Universiteit Brussel, 2Universidad del País Vasco UPV/EHU
   A Turkish Makam Music Symbolic Database for Music Information Retrieval: SymbTr
Mustafa Kemal Karaosmanoğlu
Yıldız Technical University
   Polyphonic Music Classification on Symbolic Data Using Dissimilarity Functions
Yoko Anan1,  Kohei Hatano1,  Hideo Bannai1,  Masayuki Takeda1,  Ken Satoh2
1Department of Informatics, Kyushu University, 2National Institute of Informatics
   Semiotic Structure Labeling of Music Pieces: Concepts, Methods and Annotation Conventions
Frédéric Bimbot1,  Emmanuel Deruty2,  Gabriel Sargent1,  Emmanuel Vincent2
1IRISA (CNRS - UMR 6074), 2INRIA - Rennes Bretagne Atlantique
   Large-Scale Cover Song Recognition Using the 2D Fourier Transform Magnitude
Thierry Bertin-Mahieux and Daniel P.W. Ellis
Columbia University
   Creating Ground Truth for Audio Key Finding: When the Title Key May Not Be the Key
Ching-Hua Chuan1 and Elaine Chew2
1University of North Florida, 2Queen Mary, University of London
   Understanding User Requirements for Music Information Services
Jin Ha Lee and Nichole Maiman Waterman
Information School, University of Washington
   The Impact of MIREX on Scholarly Research (2005 – 2010)
Sally Jo Cunningham1,  David Bainbridge1,  J. Stephen Downie2
1University of Waikato, 2University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
   An Emotion Model for Music Using Brain Waves
Rafael Cabredo,  Roberto Legaspi,  Paul Salvador Inventado,  Masayuki Numao
The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University
   Music Structure Analysis by Ridge Regression of Beat-synchronous Audio Features
Yannis Panagakis and Constantine Kotropoulos
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
   Score-Informed Leading Voice Separation from Monaural Audio
Cyril Joder and Bjoern Schuller
Technical University Munich
   On Measuring Syncopation to Drive an Interactive Music System
George Sioros1,  André Holzapfel2,  Carlos Guedes3
1University of Porto (Faculty of Engineering), 2Music Technology Group, Universitat Pompeu Fabra,, 3University of Porto (Faculty of Engineering) and INESC – Porto
   Current Challenges in the Evaluation of Predominant Melody Extraction Algorithms
Justin Salamon1 and Julián Urbano2
1Music Technology Group, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain, 2University Carlos III of Madrid, Leganés, Spain
   Improving Audio Chord Transcription by Exploiting Harmonic and Metric Knowledge
W. Bas de Haas,  José Pedro Magalhães,  Frans Wiering
Utrecht University
   Reducing Tempo Octave Errors by Periodicity Vector Coding And SVM Learning
Aggelos Gkiokas1,  Vassilis Katsouros1,  George Carayannis2
1Institute for Language and Speech Processing / “R.C. Athena” 2)National Technical University of Athens, 2National Technical University of Athens
   Context-free 2D Tree Structure Model of Musical Notes for Bayesian Modeling of Polyphonic Spectrograms
Hirokazu Kameoka1,  Kazuki Ochiai2,  Masahiro Nakano3,  Masato Tsuchiya2,  Shigeki Sagayama2
1The University of Tokyo / NTT Corporation, 2The University of Tokyo, 3NTT Corporation
   Compressing Music Recordings into Audio Summaries
Oriol Nieto,  Eric J. Humphrey,  Juan Pablo Bello
   Second Fiddle is Important Too: Pitch Tracking Individual Voices in Polyphonic Music
Mert Bay,  Andreas F. Ehmann,  James W. Beauchamp,  Paris Smaragdis,  J. Stephen Downie
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
   Feature Learning in Dynamic Environments: Modeling the Acoustic Structure of Musical Emotion
Erik Schmidt,  Jeffrey Scott,  Youngmoo Kim
Drexel University
   User-centered Measures vs. System Effectiveness in Finding Similar Songs
Xiao Hu1 and Noriko Kando2
1Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong, 2National Institute of Informatics
   Towards Time-resilient MIR Processes
Rudolf Mayer1 and Andreas Rauber2
1Vienna University of Technology; Secure Business Austria, 2Vienna University of Technology
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2:30 PM - 3:50 PM   Oral Session 5: Playlists / Tags / Lyrics — Chairperson: Óscar Celma
   Hypergraph Models of Playlist Dialects
Brian McFee and Gert Lanckriet
UC San Diego
   Learning to Embed Songs and Tags for Playlist Prediction
Joshua L. Moore1,  Shuo Chen1,  Thorsten Joachims1,  Douglas Turnbull2
1Cornell University, 2Ithaca College
   Extracting Semantic Information from an Online Carnatic Music Forum
Mohamed Sordo1,  Joan Serrà2,  Gopala K. Koduri1,  Xavier Serra1
1Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2IIIA - CSIC
   Ranking Lyrics for Online Search
Robert Macrae1 and Simon Dixon2
1SoundHound, 2Queen Mary, University of London
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4:30 PM - 5:10 PM   Oral Session 6: User Studies — Chairperson: Markus Schedl
   The Role Of Music in the Lives of Homeless Young People: A Preliminary Report
Jill Palzkill Woelfer and Jin Ha Lee
University of Washington, Information School
   A Survey on Music Listening and Management Behaviours
Mohsen Kamalzadeh1,  Dominikus Baur2,  Torsten Möller1
1Simon Fraser University, 2University of Calgary
5:20 PM - 6:20 PM   Keynote Speech 2: Maarten de Rijke
10 PM - 11 PM   Concert 3
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Thursday October 11, 2012
9:30 AM - 10:50 AM   Oral Session 7: MIRrors Session — Chairperson: Perfecto Herrera (check also open call for papers in JIIS special issue)
   Automatic Music Transcription: Breaking the Glass Ceiling
Emmanouil Benetos,  Simon Dixon,  Dimitrios Giannoulis,  Holger Kirchhoff,  Anssi Klapuri
Queen Mary University of London
   Putting the User in the Center of Music Information Retrieval
Markus Schedl1 and Arthur Flexer2
1Johannes Kepler University, 2Austrian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence
   The Impact (or Non-impact) of User Studies in Music Information Retrieval
Jin Ha Lee1 and Sally Jo Cunningham2
1Information School, University of Washington, 2Department of Computer Science, University of Waikato
   Mel Cepstrum & Ann Ova: The Difficult Dialog Between MIR and Music Cognition
Jean-Julien Aucouturier and Emmanuel Bigand
LEAD Lab, University of Burgundy, Dijon
   Moving Beyond Feature Design: Deep Architectures and Automatic Feature Learning in Music Informatics
Eric J. Humphrey,  Juan P. Bello,  Yann LeCun
   Reuse, Remix, Repeat: the Workflows of MIR
Kevin Page1,  Ben Fields2,  David De Roure1,  Tim Crawford3,  J. Stephen Downie4
1University of Oxford, 2Musicmetric (Semetric Ltd.), 3Goldsmiths University of London, 4University of Illinois
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10:50 AM - 1:00 PM & 3:50 PM - 4:30 PM   Poster Session 3 — Chairperson: Frans Wiering
   Multi-Template Shift-Variant Non-Negative Matrix Deconvolution for Semi-Automatic Music Transcription
Holger Kirchhoff,  Simon Dixon,  Anssi Klapuri
Queen Mary University of London
   Tracking Melodic Patterns in Flamenco Singing by Analyzing Polyphonic Music Recordings
Aggelos Pikrakis1,  Francisco Gómez2,  Sergio Oramas2,  José Miguel Díaz-Báñez3,  Joaquín Mora4,  Francisco Escobar5,  Emilia Gómez6,  Justin Salamon6
1Department of Informatics, University of Piraeus, Greece, 2School of Computer Science, Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain, 3Dpto de Matematica Aplicada II, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, 4Department of Evolutive and Educational Psychology, University of Seville, 5Department of Spanish Literature, University of Seville, 6Music Technology Group, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
   A Cross-version Approach for Stabilizing Tempo-based Novelty Detection
Meinard Müller1,  Thomas Praetzlich2,  Jonathan Driedger3
1Bonn University and MPI Informatik, 2MPI Informatik, 3Bonn University
   Fast Identification of Piece and Score Position via Symbolic Fingerprinting
Andreas Arzt,  Sebastian Böck,  Gerhard Widmer
Johannes Kepler University
   A Multimedia Search and Navigation Prototype, Including Music and Video-clips
Geoffroy Peeters1,  Frédéric Cornu1,  Christophe Charbuillet1,  Damien Tardieu1,  Juan-Jo Burred1,  Marie Vian2,  Valérie Botherel3,  Jean-Bernard Rault3,  Jean-Philippe Cabanal3
1IRCAM, 2Bertin, 3Orange-Labs
   Chord Recognition Using Duration-explicit Hidden Markov Models
Ruofeng Chen1,  Weibin Shen1,  Ajay Srinivasamurthy1,  Parag Chordia2
1Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology, 2Smule Inc.
   Finding Repeating Stanzas in Folk Songs
Ciril Bohak and Matija Marolt
University of Ljubljana
   Detecting Episodes with Harmonic Sequences for Fugue Analysis
Mathieu Giraud1,  Richard Groult2,  Florence Levé2
1CNRS, Univ. Lille 1, INRIA, 2MIS, Univ. Amiens
   Inferring Chord Sequence Meanings via Lyrics: Process and Evaluation
Tom O'Hara,  Nico Schüler,  Yijuan Lu,  Dan Tamir
Texas State University
   Facilitating Comprehensive Benchmarking Experiments on the Million Song Dataset
Alexander Schindler,  Rudolf Mayer,  Andreas Rauber
Vienna University of Technology
   Decoding Tempo and Timing Variations in Music Recordings from Beat Annotations
Andrew Robertson
Queen Mary University of London
   Unsupervised Chord-Sequence Generation from an Audio Example
Katerina Kosta,  Marco Marchini,  Hendrik Purwins
Music Technology Group, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
   Listening Level Changes Music Similarity
Michael Terrell,  Gyorgy Fazekas,  Andrew Simpson,  Jordan Smith,  Simon Dixon
Queen Mary University of London
   Pitch Content Visualization Tools for Music Performance Analysis
Luis Jure,  Ernesto López,  Martín Rocamora,  Pablo Cancela,  Haldo Sponton,  Ignacio Irigaray
Universidad de la República, Uruguay
   A Multipitch Approach to Tonic Identification in Indian Classical Music
Justin Salamon,  Sankalp Gulati,  Xavier Serra
Music Technology Group, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain
   Separating Presentation and Content in MEI
Laurent Pugin1,  Johannes Kepper2,  Perry Roland3,  Maja Hartwig2,  Andrew Hankinson4
1RISM Switzerland, 2Edirom, 3University of Virginia, 4McGill University, Schulich School of Music
   A Study of Intonation in Three-Part Singing using the Automatic Music Performance Analysis and Comparison Toolkit (AMPACT)
Johanna Devaney1,  Michael Mandel2,  Ichiro Fujinaga3
1CNMAT, UC Berkeley/ School of Music, The Ohio State University, 2Audience Inc./ College of Engineerin, The Ohio State University, 3CIRMMT, Schulich School of Music, McGill University
   Influence of Peak Selection Methods on Onset Detection
Carlos Rosão1,  Ricardo Ribeiro1,  David Martins de Matos2
   Evaluation of Musical Features for Emotion Classification
Yading Song,  Simon Dixon,  Marcus Pearce
Queen Mary University of London
   BLAST for Audio Sequences Alignment: A Fast Scalable Cover Identification Tool
Benjamin Martin1,  Daniel G. Brown2,  Pierre Hanna1,  Pascal Ferraro1
1Université de Bordeaux, CNRS LaBRI UMR 5800, 2University of Waterloo, Cheriton School of Computer Science
   A Cross-cultural Study of Music Mood Perception between American and Chinese Listeners
Xiao Hu1 and Jin Ha Lee2
1Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong, 2University of Washington
   Shortest Path Techniques for Annotation and Retrieval of Environmental Sounds
Brandon Mechtley1,  Andreas Spanias2,  Perry Cook3
1Arizona State University, 2Arizona State Univesity, 3Princeton University
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2:30 PM - 3:50 PM   Oral Session 8: Audio Classification — Chairperson: George Tzanetakis
   Multivariate Autoregressive Mixture Models for Music Auto-Tagging
Emanuele Coviello1,  Yonatan Vaizman1,  Antoni B. Chan2,  Gert R.G. Lanckriet1
1University of California San Diego, 2City University, Honk Kong
   Building Musically-relevant Audio Features through Multiple Timescale Representations
Philippe Hamel1,  Yoshua Bengio1,  Douglas Eck2
1Université de Montréal, 2Google Inc.
   A Comparison of Sound Segregation Techniques for Predominant Instrument Recognition in Musical Audio Signals
Juan J. Bosch,  Jordi Janer,  Ferdinand Fuhrmann,  Perfecto Herrera
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Music Technology Group
   Learning Sparse Feature Representations for Music Annotation and Retrieval
Juhan Nam,  Jorge Herrera,  Malcolm Slaney,  Julius Smith
Stanford University
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4:30 PM - 5:10 PM   Oral Session 9: Scores & OMR — Chairperson: Tim Crawford
   Score Analyzer: Automatically Determining Scores Difficulty Level for Instrumental e-Learning
Véronique Sébastien,  Henri Ralambondrainy,  Olivier Sébastien,  Noël Conruyt
University of Reunion Island
   Digital Document Image Retrieval Using Optical Music Recognition
Andrew Hankinson1,  John Ashley Burgoyne1,  Gabriel Vigliensoni1,  Alastair Porter1,  Jessica Thompson2,  Wendy Liu1,  Remi Chiu1,  Ichiro Fujinaga1
1McGill University, 2Dartmouth College
5:20 PM - 6:20 PM   Keynote Speech 3: Emmanuel Bigand
7:30 PM - night   Port Wine Cellar Visit & Banquet
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Friday October 12, 2012
9:30 AM - 10:50 AM   Oral Session 10: Singing Voice — Chairperson: Simon Dixon
   Music/Voice Separation Using the Similarity Matrix
Zafar Rafii and Bryan Pardo
Northwestern University
   Breathy or Resonant – A Controlled and Curated Dataset for Phonation Mode Detection in Singing
Polina Proutskova1,  Christophe Rhodes1,  Geraint Wiggins2,  Tim Crawford1
1Goldsmiths, University of London, 2Queen Mary, University of London
   Robust Singer Identification in Polyphonic Music using Melody Enhancement and Uncertainty-based Learning
Mathieu Lagrange1,  Alexey Ozerov2,  Emmanuel Vincent3
   Predominant Fundamental Frequency Estimation vs Singing Voice Separation for the Automatic Transcription of Accompanied Flamenco Singing
Emilia Gómez1,  Francisco Jesus Cañadas Quesada2,  Justin Salamon1,  Jordi Bonada1,  Pedro Vera Candea2,  Pablo Cabañas Molero2
1Music Technology Group, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2Telecommunication Engineering, University of Jaen
11:00 AM - 2:20 PM   Panel Session on Evaluation initiatives in MIR & Poster Session (MIREX, MSD Challenge, MediaEval)
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3:00 PM - 6:00 PM   Late-Break/Demos
   Using Linked Open Data for Novel Artist Recommendations
Stephan Baumann and Rafael Schirru
German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
   Chordify: Chord transcription for the masses
W. Bas de Haas1,3, José Pedro Magalhães2,3, Dion ten Heggeler3, Gijs Bekenkamp3, Tijmen Ruizendaal3
1Department of Information and Computing Sciences, Utrecht University, 2Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford, 3Chordify
   A Music similarity game prototype using the CASIMIR API
Daniel Wolff1, Guillaume Bellec2
1City University London, School of Informatics, Department of Computing, 2ENSTA ParisTech
   Notes from the ISMIR12 Late-Breaking session on evaluation in music information retrieval
Geoffroy Peeters1, Julián Urbano2, Gareth J. F. Jones3
1STMS IRCAM-CNRS-UPMC, 2University Carlos III of Madrid, 3Dublin City University
   Infrastructures and Interfaces for data collection in MIR
Tillman Weyde and Daniel Wolff
Department of Computing, City University London
   Music Imagery IR: Bringing the song on your mind back to your ears
Sebastian Stober1, Jessica Thompson2
1Data & Knowledge Engineering Group, Otto-von-Guericke-Universitat Magdeburg, 2Bregman Music and Auditory Research Studio, Dartmouth College
   Late-break session on Music Structure Analysis
Bruno Rocha1, Jordan B. L. Smith2, Geoffroy Peeters3, Joe Cheri Ross4, Oriol Nieto5, Jan Van Balen6
1University of Amsterdam, 2Queen Mary University of London, 3IRCAM-CNRS STMS, 4Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, 5New York University, 6Utrecht University
   MIReS Roadmap: Challenges for Discussion
MIReS consortium
   Shared Open Vocabularies and Semantic Media
Gyorgy Fazekas, Sebastian Ewert, Alo Allik, Simon Dixon, Mark Sandler
Centre for Digital Music, Queen Mary University of London
   Teaching MIR: educational resourcs related to MIR
Emilia Gómez
Music Technology Group, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
   Past, Present and Future in Ethnomusicology: the computational challenge
Sergio Oramas1, Olmo Cornelis2
1Polytechnic University of Madrid, 2University College Ghent
10 PM - ??   off-ISMIR Concert
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