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2021-03-04 Chiba
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Detecting Features for a Music Recognition System
Yuya Tanaka, Shusuke Okamoto, Shinji Sakamoto (Seikei Univ.)
The music recognition system is a system that inputs an audio file and outputs its metadata such as music title, and a s... [more]
EMM, IT 2019-05-24
Hokkaido Asahikawa International Conference Hall On an Audio Data Hiding Scheme in Music Based on the Characteristics of Percussion Instruments
Naoto Yamahashi (Mimaki Engineering), Yui Ichioka (FIXER), Tetsuya Kojima (NIT, Tokyo College) IT2019-11 EMM2019-11
Information hiding is usually utilized as digital watermarks or digital fingerprints for the purpose of protecting the i... [more] IT2019-11 EMM2019-11
EMM, IE, LOIS, IEE-CMN, ITE-ME [detail] 2017-09-05
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. (Clock Tower Centennial Hall) Indoor Transmission Performance of Tone Code
Kan Kamada, Tetsuya Kojima (NIT, Tokyo College) LOIS2017-23 IE2017-44 EMM2017-52
In this report, analog transmission performance of Tone Code, one of the audio data hiding techniques proposed by the au... [more] LOIS2017-23 IE2017-44 EMM2017-52
PRMU, BioX 2017-03-21
Aichi   On Data Extension For Signal Data
Shu Eguchi, Masaru Tanaka, Jun Fujiki (Fukuoka Univ.), Takio Kurita (Hiroshima Univ.) BioX2016-73 PRMU2016-236
Efficient learning using limited data in machine learning is also important now even in the era of big data. In the case... [more] BioX2016-73 PRMU2016-236
IBISML 2016-11-16
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. [Poster Presentation] Musical Instrument Sound Classification through CNN with Wavelet Analysis
Shu Eguchi, Masaru Tanaka, Jun Fujiki (Fukuoka Univ.), Takio Kurita (Hiroshima Univ.) IBISML2016-51
In music information processing, the instrument sounds analysis using a computer is an important research theme to analy... [more] IBISML2016-51
IT, EMM 2016-05-20
Hokkaido Otaru Economic Center A Novel Data Hiding Scheme into Musical Pieces by Utilizing Musical Characteristics
Kan Kamada, Tetsuya Kojima (NIT, Tokyo College) IT2016-14 EMM2016-14
Data hiding schemes using complete complementary codes (CCC) have been developed for image and audio signals. It has bee... [more] IT2016-14 EMM2016-14
Tokyo Tamagawa University Relationship between neuromagnetic responses to just intonation chords and impressions
Daisuke Seki, Koichi Yokosawa (Hokkaido Univ.) NC2011-184
We investigated relationship between neuromagnetic activities(evoked field and spontaneous rhythm) and impressions of ch... [more] NC2011-184
EA, EMM 2011-12-09
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. An Audio Watermarking Method for Multiple Instrumental Music Based on Musical Instrument Identification
Harumi Murata, Akio Ogihara, Motoi Iwata, Akira Shiozaki (Osaka Prefecture Univ.) EA2011-100 EMM2011-60
The objective of this work is to devise a new way to embed a watermark into digital audio signal. In the conventional me... [more] EA2011-100 EMM2011-60
Tokyo Tamagawa University Neuromagnetic responses to chords and correlations with their impressions
Daisuke Seki, Koichi Yokosawa (Hokkaido Univ.) NC2010-151
Musical chords come in a variety of types, and give different impressions depending on their types. In this study, we in... [more] NC2010-151
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