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Recognition of musical symbols in ancient manuscripts

P. Vieira; J. C. Pinto Image Processing, 2001. Proceedings. 2001 International Conference on, 2001

This paper presents a system for the automatic retrieval of music from ancient music collections (XVI-XVIII century), creating digital documents of music from images of music sheets. This is an optical music recognition system that uses image processing and pattern recognition techniques. Finally, we obtain a document that contains the music semantics: description of the notes, in time and pitches, ...


Bursting Phenomena in the Adaptive Control of Time Varying Systems

Miloje S. Radenkovic; Gary G. Leininger; A. Dale Lawrence American Control Conference, 1993, 1993

In this paper is is shown that the standard normalized gradient algorithm with the parameter projection can be used for adaptive control of time-varying systems. By evaluating possible bursts in the adaptive loop, global stability and performance of the adaptive system are derived without using persistent excitation (PE) condition. Precise upper bound on the admissible speed of the parameter variations ...


A demagnetization eigenfunctions analysis of linear transverse magnetization in long, thin stripes

J. Grabau; J. Judy IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1979

Low order demagnetization eigengunctions and eigenvalues for a one-dimensional continuum model of transverse magnetization in long, thin stripes are presented. Analysis of the eigenfunctions and their eigenvalues shows that if the product of the susceptibility and the stripe thickness-to-width ratio is large compared to unity the magnetization is sensitive to demagnetization effects and insensitive to the susceptibility, and that for ...


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 ...


A simple picture of tropospheric radio scattering

W. Gordon IRE Transactions on Communications Systems, 1956

The purpose of this paper is to describe the scatteriing of radio waves by a turbulent troposphere in a simple way. The description provides a useful picture for the radio engineer who mustst apply the scatter mechanism to a system. It does not replace a more rigorous treatment or oversimplify to the extent that any important ideas are omitted. It ...


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Recognition of musical symbols in ancient manuscripts

P. Vieira; J. C. Pinto Image Processing, 2001. Proceedings. 2001 International Conference on, 2001

This paper presents a system for the automatic retrieval of music from ancient music collections (XVI-XVIII century), creating digital documents of music from images of music sheets. This is an optical music recognition system that uses image processing and pattern recognition techniques. Finally, we obtain a document that contains the music semantics: description of the notes, in time and pitches, ...


Bursting Phenomena in the Adaptive Control of Time Varying Systems

Miloje S. Radenkovic; Gary G. Leininger; A. Dale Lawrence American Control Conference, 1993, 1993

In this paper is is shown that the standard normalized gradient algorithm with the parameter projection can be used for adaptive control of time-varying systems. By evaluating possible bursts in the adaptive loop, global stability and performance of the adaptive system are derived without using persistent excitation (PE) condition. Precise upper bound on the admissible speed of the parameter variations ...


A demagnetization eigenfunctions analysis of linear transverse magnetization in long, thin stripes

J. Grabau; J. Judy IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1979

Low order demagnetization eigengunctions and eigenvalues for a one-dimensional continuum model of transverse magnetization in long, thin stripes are presented. Analysis of the eigenfunctions and their eigenvalues shows that if the product of the susceptibility and the stripe thickness-to-width ratio is large compared to unity the magnetization is sensitive to demagnetization effects and insensitive to the susceptibility, and that for ...


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 ...


A simple picture of tropospheric radio scattering

W. Gordon IRE Transactions on Communications Systems, 1956

The purpose of this paper is to describe the scatteriing of radio waves by a turbulent troposphere in a simple way. The description provides a useful picture for the radio engineer who mustst apply the scatter mechanism to a system. It does not replace a more rigorous treatment or oversimplify to the extent that any important ideas are omitted. It ...


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