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Musical audio analysis using sparse representations

Abstract : Sparse representations are becoming an increasingly useful tool in the analysis of musical audio signals. In this paper we will given an overview of work by ourselves and others in this area, to give a flavour of the work being undertaken, and to give some pointers for further information about this interesting and challenging research topic.
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Mark Plumbley, Samer Abdallah, Thomas Blumensath, Maria Jafari, Andrew Nesbit, et al.. Musical audio analysis using sparse representations. 17th IASC Symp. in Computational Statistics (COMPSTAT), 2006, Roma, Italy. pp.104--117. ⟨inria-00544660⟩



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