A Genre Classification Plug-in for Data Collection.

Conference Paper · January 2006with12 Reads
Source: DBLP
Conference: ISMIR 2006, 7th International Conference on Music Information Retrieval, Victoria, Canada, 8-12 October 2006, Proceedings
Abstract
This demonstration illustrates how the methods developed in the MIR community can be used to provide real-time feedback to music users. By creating a genre classifier plug- in for a popular media player we present users with rele- vant information as they play their songs. The plug-in can furthermore be used as a data collection platform. After informed consent from a selected set of users the plug-in will report on music consumption behavior back to a central server.
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