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Please refer to the following table for an indicative conference program. Click on the index numbers to view the abstract.

Please note that the program is subject to changes without notice!

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Monday, January 27
08:30-09:00 REGISTRATION
09:00-10:05 [Keynote] Meinard Müller Music Structure Analysis
10:05-10:30 COFFEE BREAK (POSTER/DEMO SETUP)
10:30-12:00 PAPER SESSION 1: MUSIC INFORMATICS AND RETRIEVAL
1-1 [Invited] Xavier Serra Creating Research Corpora for the Computational Study of Music: The Case of the CompMusic Project
1-2 Tom Collins et al. Bridging the Audio-Symbolic Gap: The Discovery of Repeated Note Content Directly From Polyphonic Music Audio
1-3 Katerina Kosta et al. Practical Implications of Dynamic Markings in the Score: Is Piano Always Piano?
12:00-12:30 POSTER PREVIEW 1 (APPROX. 2 MINS EACH)
12:30-13:15 LUNCH BREAK
13:15-13:30 D1-1 [Special Demo] Andreas Arzt et al. The Complete Classical Music Companion V0.9
13.30-14.30 and 16.00-17.30 POSTER SESSION 1: Semantic audio description, Linked Data and Ontologies for Audio, Music Informatics and Retrieval Speech Processing and Analysis Applications in Gaming, Entertainment, Education
P1-1 Frédéric Bimbot et al. Semiotic Description of Music Structure: An Introduction to the Quaero/Metiss Structural Annotations
P1-2 Christof Weiss et al. A Mid-Level Approach to Local Tonality Analysis: Extracting Key Signatures from Audio
P1-3 Chris Baume et al. Selection of Audio Features for Music Emotion Recognition Using Production Music
P1-4 Son N. Tran et al. Feature Preprocessing with Restricted Boltzmann Machines for Music Similarity Learning
P1-5 Matthias Leimeister et al. Rhythmic Classification of Electronic Dance Music
P1-6 Dan Stowell et al. An Open Dataset for Research on Audio Field Recording Archives: freefield1010
P1-7 Sefki Kolozali et al. A Framework for Automatic Ontology Generation Based on Semantic Audio Analysis
P1-8 Steven Hargreaves et al. A Semantic Web Approach to Pattern Discovery in Data and Music
P1-9 Chrisoula Alexandraki et al. Using Computer Accompaniment to Assist Networked Music Performance
P1-10 Ting Lou et al. Evaluation and Improvement of the Mood Conductor Interactive System
P1-11 Jesus C. Garcia et al. Interactive Music Applications by MPEG-A Support in Sonic Visualizer
P1-12 Umer Rafi et al. Harmonic Cues for Number of Simultaneous Speakers Estimation
P1-13 Anna M. Kruspe et al. A GMM Approach to Singing Language Identification
13.30-14.30 and 16.00-17.30 LATE-BREAKING DEMOS/POSTER SESSION 1
D1-2 Maria Panteli et al. Development of a Rhythm Similarity Model for Electronic Dance Music
D1-3 Thomas Wilmering Creating an Audio Effects Database on the Semantic Web
D1-4 Graeme Hales Considerations for Designing Sonic Experiences: A Case Study of Perceptually Informed Sound Design for a Virtual Reality Environment
D1-5 Andrew Robertson et al. Real-Time Percussive Beat Tracking
14:30-16:00 PAPER SESSION 2: SEMANTIC WEB, LINKED DATA, AND ONTOLOGIES FOR AUDIO
2-1 [Invited] Yves Raimond The BBC World Service Archive Experiment
2-2 Kevin R. Page et al. Research Objects for Audio Processing: Capturing Semantics for Reproducibility
2-3 Frederic Font et al. Audio Clip Classification Using Social Tags and the Effect of Tag Expansion
16:00-17:30 COFFEE BREAK (AND POSTERS)
Tuesday, January 28
08:30-09:00 REGISTRATION
09:00-10:00 [Keynote] Gerhard Widmer What Really Moves Us in Music: Expressivity as a Challenge to Semantic Audio Research
10:00-10:30 COFFEE BREAK (POSTER/DEMO SETUP)
10:30-11:45 PAPER SESSION 3: AUTOMATIC MUSIC TRANSCRIPTION
3-1 Jakob Abesser et al. Instrument-Centered Music Transcription of Bass Guitar Tracks
3-2 Emmanouil Benetos et al. Improving Automatic Music Transcription Through Key Detection
3-3 Daniel Gärtner et al. Unsupervised Learning of the Downbeat in Drum Patterns
11:45-12:15 POSTER PREVIEW 2 (APPROX. 2 MINS EACH)
12:15-13:00 LUNCH BREAK
13:00-14:00 and 15:00-16:30 POSTER SESSION 2: Audio signal processing and feature extraction, Automatic music transcription, Intelligent Audio Production, Semantic Audio Organisation and Retrieval
P2-1 Georgi Dzhambzov Towards a Drum Transcription System Aware of Bar Position
P2-2 Akshay Anantapadmanabhan et al. Tonic-Independent Stroke Transcription of the Mridangam
P2-3 Henrik von Coler et al. CMMSD: A Data Set for Note-Level Segmentation of Monophonic Music
P2-4 Meinard Müller et al. SM Toolbox: MATLAB Implementations for Computing and Enhancing Similarity Matrices
P2-5 Christian Schörkhuber et al. A Matlab Toolbox for Efficient Perfect Reconstruction Time-Frequency Transforms with Log-Frequency Resolution
P2-6 Joren Six et al. TarsosDSP, a Real-Time Audio Processing Framework in Java
P2-7 Christian Uhle et al. Subband Center Scaling using Power Ratios
P2-8 David S. Blancas et al. Sound Retrieval from Voice Imitation Queries in Collaborative Databases
P2-9 Brecht De Man et al. Adaptive Control of Amplitude Distortion Effects
P2-10 Carl Bussey et al. Metadata Features that Affect Artificial Reverberator Intensity
P2-11 Zheng Ma et al. Partial Loudness in Multitrack Mixing
13:00-14:00 and 15:00-16:30 LATE-BREAKING DEMOS/POSTER SESSION 2
D2-2 Joren Six et al. TarsosDSP, a Real-Time Audio Processing Framework in Java
D2-4 Thomas Fillon et al. Telemeta: Open Web Audio Platform for Sound Archives in the Use Case of Ethnomusicology
D2-5 Ryan Stables Semantic Music Production Using Producer-Defined Descriptors
D2-6 Olivier Lartillot The MiningSuite: "MIRtoolbox 2.0" + "MIDItoolbox 2.0" + pattern mining + ...
D2-7 Tim Crawford et al. SLICKMEM - Explorations in Linked Data Practice for Early Music
14:00-15:00 SPECIAL SESSION: SEMANTIC AUDIO ORGANIZATION AND RETRIEVAL
S1-1 [Invited] Tuomas Eerola Modeling Emotions in Music: Advances in Conceptual, Contextual, and Validity Issues
S1-2 Daniel Wolff et al. Creating Audio-Based Experiments as Social Web Games with the CASimIR Framework
15:00-16:30 COFFEE BREAK (AND POSTERS)
18:30-22:00 GALA DINNER
Wednesday, January 29
08:30-09:00 REGISTRATION
09:00-10:00 [Keynote] Gaël Richard Informed Audio Source Separation
10:00-10:15 COFFEE BREAK
10:30-11:20 SPECIAL SESSION: INTELLIGENT AUDIO PRODUCTION
S2-1 [Invited] Jay LeBoeuf An Industry Perspective on Commercializing Semantic Audio Technology
S2-2 Pedro Pestana et al. Intelligent Audio Production Strategies Informed by Best Practices
11:20-12:15 PANEL DISCUSSION: INTELLIGENT AUDIO PRODUCTION
12:15-13:00 LIGHT LUNCH
13:00-13:50 PAPER SESSION 4: SPEECH PROCESSING AND ANALYSIS
4-1 Jürgen T. Geiger et al. On the Influence of Alcohol Intoxication on Speaker Recognition
4-2 Christian Kirst et al. On-Line NMF-Based Stereo Up-Mixing of Speech Improves Perceived Reduction of Non-Stationary Noise
15:00-17.00 TECHNICAL TOUR: BBC NEW BROADCASTING HOUSE
 
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