Electronic Engineering and Computer Science > People > Dr Simon Dixon


My research interests are in the fields of music informatics (music information retrieval), artificial intelligence, computer music, music signal processing, digital audio and music cognition. In recent years I have mainly worked on high-level music signal analysis, computational modelling of musical knowledge, and the study of musical performance, rhythm, harmony and intonation. For example, I have worked on note and chord transcription, beat tracking, multimodal music alignment, and singing intonation, using signal processing approaches, probabilistic models, and deep learning.

My projects, research staff and research students are listed on my home page, and my publications are available here or via Google Scholar.

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