Music Warehouses: Challenges for the Next Generation of Music Search Engines

Francois Deliege, Torben Bach Pedersen

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Abstract

Music Information Retrieval has received increasing attention from both the industrial and the research communities in recent years. Many audio extraction techniques providing content-based music information have been developed, sparking the need for intelligent storage and retrieval facilities. This paper proposes to satisfy this need by extending technology from business-oriented data warehouses to so-called music warehouses that integrate a large variety of music-related information, including both low-level features and high-level musical information. Music warehouses thus help to close the “semantic gap” by supporting integrated querying of these two kinds of music data. This paper presents a number of new challenges for the database community that must be taken up to meet the particular demands of music warehouses.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLearning the Semantics of Audio Signals
EditorsPedro Cano, Andreas Nurnberger, Sebastian Stober, George Tzanetakis
Number of pages11
Publisher<Forlag uden navn>
Publication date2006
Pages95-105
ISBN (Print)3980497423
Publication statusPublished - 2006
EventLearning the Semantics of Audio Signals - Athens, Greenland
Duration: 6 Dec 20066 Dec 2006
Conference number: 1

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ConferenceLearning the Semantics of Audio Signals
Number1
CountryGreenland
CityAthens
Period06/12/200606/12/2006

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Deliege, F., & Pedersen, T. B. (2006). Music Warehouses: Challenges for the Next Generation of Music Search Engines. In P. Cano, A. Nurnberger, S. Stober, & G. Tzanetakis (Eds.), Learning the Semantics of Audio Signals (pp. 95-105). <Forlag uden navn>.
Deliege, Francois ; Pedersen, Torben Bach. / Music Warehouses : Challenges for the Next Generation of Music Search Engines. Learning the Semantics of Audio Signals. editor / Pedro Cano ; Andreas Nurnberger ; Sebastian Stober ; George Tzanetakis. <Forlag uden navn>, 2006. pp. 95-105
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Deliege, F & Pedersen, TB 2006, Music Warehouses: Challenges for the Next Generation of Music Search Engines. in P Cano, A Nurnberger, S Stober & G Tzanetakis (eds), Learning the Semantics of Audio Signals. <Forlag uden navn>, pp. 95-105, Learning the Semantics of Audio Signals, Athens, Greenland, 06/12/2006.

Music Warehouses : Challenges for the Next Generation of Music Search Engines. / Deliege, Francois; Pedersen, Torben Bach.

Learning the Semantics of Audio Signals. ed. / Pedro Cano; Andreas Nurnberger; Sebastian Stober; George Tzanetakis. <Forlag uden navn>, 2006. p. 95-105.

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Deliege F, Pedersen TB. Music Warehouses: Challenges for the Next Generation of Music Search Engines. In Cano P, Nurnberger A, Stober S, Tzanetakis G, editors, Learning the Semantics of Audio Signals. <Forlag uden navn>. 2006. p. 95-105