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Robust Time-Quantization for Music, from Performance to Score
Quantization is a central issue in automatic music transcription programs which convert a musical performance into music notation. Commercially available packages are still quite unsuccessful in this respect. A report on the development of a robust quantizer is given which makes use of recursive vector quantization based on data from perceptual experiments and a statistical characterization of scores and performances.
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