C4DM at WASPAA 2017
On 15-18 October 2017 the 2017 IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics took place in New Paltz, USA. WASPAA is a premier event in the field of audio signal processing, with a strong focus on music signal processing and sound scene analysis.
Queen Mary University of London, and more specifically its Centre for Digital Music (C4DM), had as in previous years a strong presence at WASPAA 2017.
In the Technical Programme, the following papers were authored/coauthored by C4DM members:
- An Augmented Lagrangian Method for Piano Transcription Using Equal Loudness Thresholding and LSTM-based Decoding (Sebastian Ewert and Mark Sandler)
- Sound Event Detection in Synthetic Audio: Analysis of the DCASE 2016 Task Results (Gregoire Lafay, Emmanouil Benetos, and Mathieu Lagrange)
- Zero-Delay Large Signal Convolution Using Multiple Processor Architectures (Nicholas Jillings, Joshua Reiss, and Ryan Stables)
Finally, Dr Sebastian Ewert from C4DM was member of the organizing committee as Awards Chair.
(Author: Emmanouil Benetos - 31 October 2017)