2nd Annual International Symposium on
Music Information Retrieval 2001

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The following is an alphabetical list of the full paper first authors and titles that are scheduled to present at ISMIR 2001.

Paper Co-ordinator: Dr. David Bainbridge, University of Waikato, New Zealand

Submitting Author Paper title
Allamanche, Eric 
Fraunhofer IIS-A, Germany
Content-based Identification of Audio Material Using MPEG-7 Low Level Description
Barthelemy, Jérôme
IRCAM, France
Figured Bass and Tonality Recognition
Birmingham, William
University of Michigan, USA
MUSART: Music Retrieval Via Aural Queries
Chen, Arbee L.P. 
National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Building a Platform for Performance Study of Various Music Information Retrieval Approaches
Doraisamy, Shyamala
Imperial College, UK
An Approach Towards A Polyphonic Music Retrieval System
Dovey, Mathew 
Oxford University, UK
A Technique for Regular Expression Style Searching in Polyphonic Music
Droettboom, Michael
Johns Hopkins University, USA
Expressive and Efficient Retrieval of Symbolic Musical Data
Durey, Adriane
Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Melody Spotting Using Hidden Markov Models
Hofmann-Engl, Ludger 
Keele University, UK
Towards a Cognitive Model of Melodic Similarity
Holger, Hoos
University of British Columbia, Canada
GUIDO/MIR – An Experimental Musical Information Retrieval System based on GUIDO Music Notation
Kornstädt, Andreas
Hamburg University, Germany
The JRing System for Computer-Assisted Musicological Analysis
Ó Maidín, Donncha
University of Limerick, Ireland
Score Processing For MIR
Meek, Colin
University of Michigan, USA
Thematic Extractor
Nishimura, Takuichi 
Real World Computing Partnership, Japan
Music Signal Spotting Retrieval by a Humming Query Using Start Frame Feature Dependent Continuous Dynamic Programming
Pollastri, Emanuele 
State University of Milan, Italy
An Audio Front End for Query-by-Humming Systems
Pachet, François
Sony CSL Paris, France
A Naturalist Approach to Music File Name Analysis
Raphael, Christopher
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA
Automated Rhythm Transcription
Reiss, Josh 
King's College, UK
Efficient Multidimensional Searching Routines
Smiraglia, Richard
Long Island University, USA
Musical Works as Information Retrieval Entities: Epistemological Perspectives
Tzanetakis, George
Princeton University, USA
Automatic Musical Genre Classification of Audio Signals