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2013
Gómez, E., Grachten M., Hanjalic A., Janer J., Jordà S., Julià C. F., et al. (2013).  PHENICX: Performances as Highly Enriched aNd Interactive Concert Experiences. SMAC Stockholm Music Acoustics Conference 2013, SMC Sound and Music Computing Conference 2013.
Bogdanov, D., Wack N., Gómez E., Gulati S., Herrera P., Mayor O., et al. (2013).  ESSENTIA: an Audio Analysis Library for Music Information Retrieval. International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference (ISMIR'13). 493-498. Abstract
Salamon, J. (2013).  Melody Extraction from Polyphonic Music Signals. Department of Information and Communication Technologies. Abstract
Salamon, J., Serrà J., & Gómez E. (2013).  Tonal Representations for Music Retrieval: From Version Identification to Query-by-Humming. International Journal of Multimedia Information Retrieval, special issue on Hybrid Music Information Retrieval. 2(1), 45-58. Abstract
2012
Gómez, P., Pikrakis A., Mora J., Díaz-Báñez J. M., Gómez E., Escobar Borrego F., et al. (2012).  Automatic Detection of Melodic Patterns in Flamenco Singing by Analyzing Polyphonic Music Recordings. III Interdisciplinary Conference on Flamenco Research (INFLA) and II International Workshop of Folk Music Analysis (FMA). Abstract
Gómez, E., Bonada J., & Salamon J. (2012).  Automatic Transcription of Flamenco Singing from Monophonic and Polyphonic Music Recordings. III Interdisciplinary Conference on Flamenco Research (INFLA) and II International Workshop of Folk Music Analysis (FMA). Abstract
Salamon, J., Serrà J., & Gómez E. (2012).  Melody, Bass Line, and Harmony Representations for Music Version Identification. 21st International World Wide Web Conference (WWW 2012): 4th International Workshop on Advances in Music Information Research (AdMIRe 2012). Abstract
Salamon, J., & Gómez E. (2012).  Melody Extraction from Polyphonic Music Signals using Pitch Contour Characteristics. IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech and Language Processing. 20(6), 1759-1770. Abstract
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