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The concept of minimal 'energy' change (MEC) in relation to fourier transform, auto-correlation, wavelets, AMDF, and brain-like timing networks: application to the recognition of repetitive rhythmical patterns in acoustical musical signals.

Marc Leman UGent and Bart Verbeke (2000) Cele-Twente Workshop on Language Technology, Workshop II : Internalising kowledge. p.191-200
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Cele-Twente Workshop on Language Technology, Workshop II : Internalising kowledge
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191-200 pages
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Universiteit Twente
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English
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-122513
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  author       = {Leman, Marc and Verbeke, Bart},
  booktitle    = {Cele-Twente Workshop on Language Technology, Workshop II : Internalising kowledge},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {191--200},
  publisher    = {Universiteit Twente},
  title        = {The concept of minimal 'energy' change (MEC) in relation to fourier transform, auto-correlation, wavelets, AMDF, and brain-like timing networks: application to the recognition of repetitive rhythmical patterns in acoustical musical signals.},
  year         = {2000},
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Chicago
Leman, Marc, and Bart Verbeke. 2000. “The Concept of Minimal ‘Energy’ Change (MEC) in Relation to Fourier Transform, Auto-correlation, Wavelets, AMDF, and Brain-like Timing Networks: Application to the Recognition of Repetitive Rhythmical Patterns in Acoustical Musical Signals.” In Cele-Twente Workshop on Language Technology, Workshop II : Internalising Kowledge, 191–200. Universiteit Twente.
APA
Leman, M., & Verbeke, B. (2000). The concept of minimal “energy” change (MEC) in relation to fourier transform, auto-correlation, wavelets, AMDF, and brain-like timing networks: application to the recognition of repetitive rhythmical patterns in acoustical musical signals. Cele-Twente Workshop on Language Technology, Workshop II : Internalising kowledge (pp. 191–200). Universiteit Twente.
Vancouver
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Leman M, Verbeke B. The concept of minimal “energy” change (MEC) in relation to fourier transform, auto-correlation, wavelets, AMDF, and brain-like timing networks: application to the recognition of repetitive rhythmical patterns in acoustical musical signals. Cele-Twente Workshop on Language Technology, Workshop II : Internalising kowledge. Universiteit Twente; 2000. p. 191–200.
MLA
Leman, Marc, and Bart Verbeke. “The Concept of Minimal ‘Energy’ Change (MEC) in Relation to Fourier Transform, Auto-correlation, Wavelets, AMDF, and Brain-like Timing Networks: Application to the Recognition of Repetitive Rhythmical Patterns in Acoustical Musical Signals.” Cele-Twente Workshop on Language Technology, Workshop II : Internalising Kowledge. Universiteit Twente, 2000. 191–200. Print.