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An XML-based Synchronization of Audio and Graphical Representations of Music Scores

Barate, A.; Ludovico, L.A. Image Analysis for Multimedia Interactive Services, 2007. WIAMIS '07. Eighth International Workshop on, 2007

This paper presents an overview on a future IEEE standard aimed at providing an overall description of music. This format, known as IEEE PARI 599, is based on the XML meta-language. Its purpose is taking into account the heterogeneous multimedia representations of music, such as audio tracks, video clips and graphical instances of score. The key characteristics of the format ...


On the modal logic of order-of-magnitude qualitative reasoning: a tableau calculus

Burrieza, A.; Ojeda-Aciego, M. Artificial intelligence, 2005. epia 2005. portuguese conference on, 2005

This work is based on the multimodal logic L(MQ), recently introduced, which formalizes order-of-magnitude qualitative reasoning. The aim of this paper is to provide a sound and complete tableau method for the future fragment of L(MQ)


The study and prototype system of printed music recognition

Chen Genfang; Xia Shunren Neural Networks and Signal Processing, 2003. Proceedings of the 2003 International Conference on, 2003

Optical Music Recognition (OMR) is the automatic recognition of a scanned page of printed music notation by computer. A new approach to this pattern recognition problem is presented in this paper. The concept of direction number has been defined according to the musical notation's statistic and structural characteristic, and then make use of mathematical morphology theory to process musical score ...


Optical Tablature Recognition (OTR) system: Using Fourier Descriptors as a recognition tool

Lee Ling Wei; Salih, Q.A.; Ho Sooi Hock Audio, Language and Image Processing, 2008. ICALIP 2008. International Conference on, 2008

This paper presents an optical recognition system for the guitar tablature. Images of guitar tablature are fed as input to the system whereby each image undergoes four main stages of processing to produce a music output in MIDI format. Algorithms both existing and self-devised were used. Each input image was first cropped to the desired region, followed by a process ...


A Low-Cost OMR Solution for Educational Applications

Hui Deng; Feng Wang; Bo Liang Parallel and Distributed Processing with Applications, 2008. ISPA '08. International Symposium on, 2008

Optical mark recognition (OMR) is a traditional data input technique and an important human computer interaction technique which is widely used in education testing. Aimed at the drawbacks of current OMR technique, a new image-based low cost OMR technique is presented in the paper. The new technique is capable of processing thin papers and low-printing precision answer sheets. The system ...


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