Markus Schedl, Peter Knees,
"Personalization in Multimodal Music Retrieval."
: Proceedings of the 9th International Workshop on Multimedia Retrieval (AMR 2011), Barcelona, Spain., 2011
Personalization in Multimodal Music Retrieval.
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Proceedings of the 9th International Workshop on Multimedia Retrieval (AMR 2011), Barcelona, Spain.
This position paper provides an overview of current research
endeavors and existing solutions in multimodal music retrieval, where the
term 'multimodal' relates to two aspects. The first one is taking into
account the music context of a piece of music or an artist, while the second
aspect tackled is that of the user context. The music context is introduced
as all information important to the music, albeit not directly extractable
from the audio signal (such as editorial or collaboratively assembled
meta-data, lyrics in textual form, cultural background of an artists, or
images of album covers). The user context, in contrast, is defined by
various external factors that influence how a listener perceives music.
It is therefore strongly related to user modeling and personalization,
both facets of music information research that have not gained large
attention by the MIR community so far. However, we are confident that
adding personalization aspects to existing music retrieval systems (such
as playlist generators, recommender systems, or visual browsers) is key
to the future of MIR. In this vein, this contribution aims at defining
the foundation for future research directions and applications related to
multimodal music information systems.