Publications

 Book, theses

 Journal articles

 Book chapters

  • Klapuri, A., " Pattern induction and matching in music signals," Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer Verlag, 2011, to appear.
  • Helén, M., Lahti, T., Klapuri, A., "Tools for Automatic Audio Management," in Open Information Management: Applications of Interconnectivity and Collaboration, Niiranen, S., Yli-Hietanen, J., and Lugmayr, A. (Eds.), IGI Global, pp. 244-265, 2009.
  • Klapuri, A., Virtanen, T., "Progress towards automatic music transcription," In Handbook of Signal Processing in Acoustics, David Havelock, Sonoko Kuwano, and Michael Vorlander (Eds.), Springer-Verlag, 2008.
  • Klapuri, A., "Auditory-Model Based Methods for Multiple F0 Estimation," In Klapuri, A., Davy, M. (Eds.) Signal Processing Methods for Music Transcription, Springer, New York, 2006.
  • Herrera-Boyer, P., Klapuri, A., Davy, M., "Automatic Classification of Pitched Musical Instrument Sounds," In Klapuri, A., Davy, M. (Eds.) Signal Processing Methods for Music Transcription, Springer, New York, 2006.
  • Klapuri, A. " Introduction to music transcription," In Klapuri, A., Davy, M. (Eds.) Signal Processing Methods for Music Transcription, Springer, New York, 2006.

 Conference papers

 Other publications

  • Viitaniemi, Klapuri, Eronen. " A probabilistic model for the transcription of single-voice melodies ". Finnish Signal Processing Symposium, FINSIG, Tampere University of Technology, May 2003.
    • Note: The "autotuning" Equations (4)-(5) for F0 estimates are erroneous in the above paper. Correction is given here.
  • Klapuri (editor). "Contributions to technical seminar on content analysis of music and audio". Tampere International Center for Signal Processing, TICSP Series #7, April 2000.
  • Klapuri, A. " Top-down content analysis of musical signals", excerpt from the M.Sc. thesis of A. Klapuri, Tampere University of Technology, 1998. Corverted to HTML for convenience.

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