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    Title: Main melody extraction for polyphonic music
    Authors: Lin, Hwei-Jen;Wu, Hung-Hsuan;Kao, Yang-Ta
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊工程學系
    Keywords: 內容式檢索;音樂資訊;重複模式;主旋律萃取;關聯矩陣;多變化音樂;Content Based Retrieval;Music Information;Repeating Pattern;Main Melody Extraction;Correlative Matrix;Polyphonic Music
    Date: 2002-12-18
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 13:08:32 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: We propose an approach to main melody extraction from multi-track polyphonic MIDI files. In each track of a MIDI file, the system traces the pitch contour of the polyphonic music, and describes it in a monophonic form. In each of these contours, maximal repeating patterns are found using a correlative matrix. All of these patterns are then collected in a dictionary, with which we can find the set of all maximal repeating patterns with no redundancy called the main melody. The main melody extraction results and how well these extracted main melodies can improve the work on content-based music retrieval are given and described.
    Relation: 二00二年國際計算機會議論文集(II)=Proceedings of the 2002 International Computer Symposium (Volume II),頁1601-1606
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