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Incorporating features of distribution and progression for automatic Makam classification
Ünal, Erdem; Bozkurt, Baris; Karaosmanoğlu, M. Kemal
Automatic classification of makams from symbolic data is a rarely studied topic. In this paper, first a review of an n-gram based approach is presented using various representations of the symbolic data. While a high degree of precision can be obtained, confusion happens mainly for makams using (almost) the same scale and pitch hierarchy but differ in overall melodic progression, seyir. To further improve the system, first n-gram based classification is tested for various sections of the piece to take into account a feature of the seyir that melodic progression starts in a certain region of the scale. In a second test, a hierarchical classification structure is designed which uses n-grams and seyir features in different levels to further improve the system.
Comunicació presentada al 2nd CompMusic Workshop, celebrat els dies 12 i 13 de juliol de 2012 a Istanbul (Turquia), organitzat per CompMusic.
This work was funded in part by the European Research Council under the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) / ERC grant agreement 267583 (CompMusic) and in part by TÜBİTAK ARDEB grant no:3501-109E196. All staff notation representations used in this paper is taken from Mus2okur software, a digital encyclopedia for Turkish music (http://www.musiki.org/).
02-07-2013
Música -- Turquia
Música -- Classificació
Classificació automàtica
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