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نتایج جستجو برای genre

تعداد نتایج: 4403  
1999
Takeshi Yoshioka,

In this paper, we propose a genre taxonomy as a knowledge repository of communicative structures or “typified actions” enacted by organizational members. The Genre taxonomy aims at helping people to make sense of diverse types of communicative actions, and has three features to achieve this objective. First, the genre taxonomy represents the elements of both genres and genre systems, sequences ...

2009
Ben Aslinger,

The first academic researchers of music and dance games focused their primary attentions on ethnographic observations of game play, how the shift from arcade to console play affects game play strategies, defining embodied aesthetics, and analyzing the rise of a competitive play circuit in Dance Dance Revolution fan culture [Chan; Demers, 2006; Smith, 2004; Behrenshausen, 2007]. The Dance Dance ...

2009
Valentijn Visch, Ed Tan,

This study investigated whether film viewers recognize four basic genres (comic, drama, action and nonfiction) on the basis of genre-typical event cues or of genretypical filmic realization cues of events. Event cues are similar to the narrative content of a film sequence, while filmic realization cues are similar to stylistic surface cues of a film sequence. It was predicted that genre recogni...

2015
Cian O'Brien, Alexander Lerch,

The most common approaches to the automatic recognition of musical key are template-based, i.e., an extracted pitch chroma vector is compared to a template key profile in order to identify the most similar key. General as well as domainspecific templates have been used in the past, but to the authors best knowledge there has been no study that evaluated genre-specific key profiles extracted fro...

2011
Russell Ogilvie, George R. S. Weir,

While data encryption is an effective means of keeping data private it does not conceal the presence of ‘hidden’ information, rather it serves as an indicator that such data is present. Concealing information and hiding the fact that information is hidden are both desirable traits of a confidential data exchange, especially if that exchange takes place across a public network such as the Intern...

2009
Pedro Davalos,

1 – Introduction In this work, we are presenting our approach to automatic genre classification for music files, or songs, which consists of audio files represented by a time series data, where the goal is to automatically process the files, to establish a genre assignment. Such applications that require automatic genre classification include internet radio stations that play similar songs base...

2017

A genre is defined as “a category of artistic composition, characterized by similarities in form, style, or subject matter.” [1] Some researchers have demonstrated that music genre preferences vary based on factors such as personality and emotional state. Cultural upbringing, peer influence, generational dynamics [5] all shape music preferences too, resulting in varying attitudes towards differ...

1999
Michael Shepherd, Livia Polanyi,

The successful use of digital media will require new or transformed genres of digital communication. Not only particular technologies or modes of communication or presentation such as hypertext, email, or the Web, but also on complex communicative forms anchored in specific institutions and practices. Along with the digital analogues of print forms like the newspaper, the annual report, the how...

1998
Ivan Bretan, Johan Dewe, Anders Hallberg, Niklas Wolkert, Jussi Karlgren,

User interfaces to WWW search engines typically present results as ranked lists of documents. Such lists give users little help in understanding document variation: we propose a richer representation of retrieval results in the search interface. Fundamental to us is the notion of document grouping. We use both stylistic genre-based document categorization and statistical content-based clusterin...