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Audio and Music Processing (AMP) Reading Group

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Informal discussion group of theoretical and applied literature on audio and music processing, at the Signal Processing and Communications Lab., Dept. of Engineering

Topics include (but are not limited to) Music and Audio Modelling, Music Transcription, Audio Restoration Audio Source Separation, Source Localization, Audio Compression and Coding

The main idea is to stimulate discussion among participants and to become familiar with the quickly expanding literature on audio signal processing. The group is open to anyone.

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0 upcoming talks and 15 talks in the archive.

Gamma Chains priors for audio processing

UserOnur Dikmen, Bogazici University.

HouseEngineering Department, Signal Processing Lab meeting room.

ClockMonday 26 November 2007, 11:30-12:30

Monaural Acoustical Scene Analysis through Harmonic-Temporal Clustering of the Power Spectrum

UserJonathan Le Roux, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France and University of Tokyo.

HouseEngineering Department, Signal Processing Lab meeting room.

ClockMonday 12 November 2007, 15:00-16:30

Analysing Musical Audio

UserMark Plumbley, Queen Mary University of London.

HouseEngineering Department, Signal Processing Lab meeting room.

ClockThursday 08 November 2007, 14:00-15:00

Project talk

UserJon Matthews, Leigh Simpson.

HouseEngineering Department, Baker Building, Division F meeting room, 5th floor.

ClockFriday 04 May 2007, 15:30-17:00

Title to be confirmed

Canceled

UserMaurice Fallon.

HouseEngineering Department, Baker Building, Division F meeting room, 5th floor.

ClockFriday 19 January 2007, 15:30-17:00

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