New publications: Artificial Intelligence Symposium

fourMs researchers have published two papers in connection to the Second Norwegian Artificial Intelligence Symposium organised at Høgskolen i Gjøvik, 22 November 2010.

 

 

Glette, K., Jensenius, A. R., and Godøy, R. I. (2010). Extracting action-sound features from a sound-tracing study. In Yildirim, S. and Kofod-Petersen, A., editors, Proceedings of Norwegian Artificial Intelligence Symposium, pages 63–66, Trondheim. Tapir Akademisk Forlag.

Abstract: The paper addresses possibilities of extracting information from music-related actions, in the particular case of what we call sound-tracings. These tracings are recordings from a graphics tablet of subjects' drawings associated with a set of short sounds. Although the subjects' associations to sounds are very subjective, and thus the resulting tracings are very different, an attempt is made at extracting some global features which can be used for comparison between tracings. These features are then analyzed and classified with an SVM classifier.    

Jensenius, A. R. and Johnson, V. (2010). A video based analysis system for realtime control of concatenative sound synthesis and spatialisation. In Yildirim, S. and Kofod-Petersen, A., editors, Proceedings of Norwegian Artificial Intelligence Symposium, pages 85–88, Trondheim. Tapir Akademisk Forlag.  

Abstract: We report on the development of a video based analysis system that controls concatenative sound synthesis and sound spatialisation in realtime in concert performances. The system has been used in several pieces, most recently Transformation for electric violin and live electronics, where the performer controls sound playback through motion on stage.

 
Tags: publications By Alexander Refsum Jensenius
Published Aug. 21, 2012 3:05 PM - Last modified Aug. 24, 2012 1:12 PM