Evaluating music emotion recognition: Lessons from music genre recognition?

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A fundamental problem with nearly all work in music genre recognition (MGR)is that evaluation lacks validity with respect to the principal goals of MGR. This problem also occurs in the evaluation of music emotion recognition (MER). Standard approaches to evaluation, though easy to implement, do not reliably differentiate between recognizing genre or emotion from music, or by virtue of confounding factors in signals (e.g., equalization). We demonstrate such problems for evaluating an MER system, and conclude with recommendations.
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A fundamental problem with nearly all work in music genre recognition (MGR)is that evaluation lacks validity with respect to the principal goals of MGR. This problem also occurs in the evaluation of music emotion recognition (MER). Standard approaches to evaluation, though easy to implement, do not reliably differentiate between recognizing genre or emotion from music, or by virtue of confounding factors in signals (e.g., equalization). We demonstrate such problems for evaluating an MER system, and conclude with recommendations.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftInternational Conference on Multimedia and Expo
Sider (fra-til)1-6
StatusUdgivet - 2013
Begivenhed - San Jose, USA

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Konference2013 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia & Expo
LandUSA
BySan Jose
Periode15/07/201319/07/2013

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