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Conjoined Audio Fingerprint based on Interhash and Intra hash Algorithms
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 Title & Authors
Conjoined Audio Fingerprint based on Interhash and Intra hash Algorithms
Kim, Dae-Jin; Choi, Hong-Sub;
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 Abstract
In practice, the most important performance parameters for music information retrieval (MIR) service are robustness of fingerprint in real noise environments and recognition accuracy when the obtained query clips are matched with the an entry in the database. To satisfy these conditions, we proposed a conjoined fingerprint algorithm for use in massive MIR service. The conjoined fingerprint scheme uses interhash and intrahash algorithms to produce a robust fingerprint scheme in real noise environments. Because the interhash and intrahash algorithms are masked in the predominant pitch estimation, a compact fingerprint can be produced through their relationship. Experimental performance comparison results showed that our algorithms were superior to existing algorithms, i.e., the sub-mask and Philips algorithms, in real noise environments.
 Keywords
Music Information Retrieval;Conjoined Fingerprint;Interhash;Intrahash;
 Language
English
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