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This book would be an excellent addition to your institution's library.
Please recommend the book by forwarding this announcement to your
acquisitions librarian.

Visual Perception of Music Notation: On-Line and Off Line Recognition
Susan Ella George, University of South Australia, Australia
ISBN: 1-59140-298-0; $79.95 h/c
ISBN: 1-931777-94-2; $64.95 s/c
eISBN: 1-931777-95-0
Publication Date: July, 2004
Imprint: IRM Press
Copyright 2004

Visual Perception of Music Notation: On-Line and Off Line Recognition
addresses the computer recognition of music notation, its interpretation
and use within various application contexts. It includes research in the
field of image processing and pen-based computing, representation
languages and web-based applications. This book consolidates the
successes, challenges and questions raised by the computer perception of
this music notation language.

Please visit to read
more about this scholarly publication and to view an excerpt of this
Table Of Contents
Section 1: Off-Line Music Processing
Chapter 1: Staff Line Removal
Chapter 2: An Off-line Optical Music Sheet Recognition Chapter 3:
Wavelets for Dealing with Super-imposed Objects in the Recognition of
Music Notation

Section 2: Handwritten Music Recognition Chapter 4: Optical Music
Analysis for Printed and Handwritten Manuscript Chapter 5: Pen-Based
Input for On-Line Handwritten Music Notation

Section 3: Lyric Recognition
Chapter 6: Multilingual Lyric Modelling and Management Chapter 7: Lyric
Recognition and Christian Music

Section 4: Music Description and its Applications Chapter 8: Towards
Constructing Emotional Landscapes with Music Chapter 9: Modeling Music
Notation in the Internet Multimedia Age

Section 5: Evaluation
Chapter 10: Evaluation in the Visual Perception of Music

Should you have any questions regarding this publication please feel
free to contact Megan Kurtz, Marketing Assistant at
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