May, Friday 4th11h (room 2014, 'Digiteo Shannon' 660 building) (see location)
Title: Analysis of non-stationary and multicomponent signals with applications to music information retrieval
Abstract:Real-world signals are often mixtures of elementary components (sinusoids, transients, noise) that require the best trade-off between accuracy and robustness of the analysis to be efficiently exploited. In this presentation, we present recent advances in the field of signal processing theory for disentangling meaningful components from an observed mixture. We illustrate the proposed methods with practical applications (not limited) to music information retrieval.
Contact: guillaume.charpiat at inria.fr
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