A Shared Vocabulary for Audio Features
The aim of the Shared Open Vocabulary for Audio Research and Retrieval project is to foster greater agreement on the representation of content-based audio features within music research communities. The Audio Feature Ontology has been developed for this purpose as part of a library of modular ontologies in order to increase interoperability, reproducibility and sustainability in music information retrieval workflows. The ontology provides a descriptive framework for expressing different conceptualisations of the audio features domain and allows for publishing content-derived information about audio recordings.
KeywordsFormal Concept Analysis Audio Feature Music Information Retrieval Popular Feature Share Vocabulary
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