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  • Information retrieval from large scale music data bases.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Applied Sciences, Department of Music Technology and Acoustics Engineering (in Rethymno)
    Authors: Roussos, Nikolaos
    Thesis advisor: Zervas, Panagiotis
    Publication Date: 02-07-2015
    With the passing of time there has been a spectacular evolution of technology. The fields of sound and music of course couldn't be unaffected from that evolution. As technology grows and advances, the size of the digital ...
  • Music database development with the use of the European Digital Library (Europeana Music).

    Η.Μ.U, School of Music and Optoacoustic Technologies (SMOT), Music Technology and Acoustics Dept.
    Authors: Tsoura, Rais
    Thesis advisor: Zervas, Panagiotis
    Publication Date: 2020-10-21
    In this paper, reference is made to digital libraries, and more specifically to the European Digital Library (europeana), their necessity, advantages and disadvantages but also the challenges they face in the modern picture, ...
  • Development and evaluation of speech data base detected via optical laser techniques.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Applied Sciences, Department of Music Technology and Acoustics Engineering (in Rethymno)
    Authors: Movsesian, Ara
    Thesis advisor: Mpakarezos, Efthymios; Papadogiannis, Nektarios; Zervas, Panagiotis
    Publication Date: 05-10-2014
    In the present study an optoelectronic arrangement for the remote detection of sound is developed, based on the laser beam deflection technique. Using this, sound material from a fully characterized speech data base is ...
  • Automatic genre classification of cretan music using machine learning methods.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Applied Sciences, Department of Music Technology and Acoustics Engineering (in Rethymno)
    Authors: Zardavas, Giannis
    Thesis advisor: Zervas, Panagiotis
    Publication Date: 27-06-2013
    In this thesis we cope with the task of automatic genre classification of Cretan traditional music. After identifying through literature the genres composing Cretan music, an annotated audio database was constructed. In a ...
  • Automatic recognition of soundscapes and sound events in city environment.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Applied Sciences, Department of Music Technology and Acoustics Engineering (in Rethymno)
    Authors: Kampitakis, Michail
    Thesis advisor: Zervas, Panagiotis
    Publication Date: 2019-03-13
    This thesis performs a theoretical study of automatic recognition systems on audio events, due to machine learning, developing of our own data set of recordings in locations on town Rethymno, and also implementation of ...
  • Automatic artist recognition by using machine learning methods.

    Η.Μ.U, School of Music and Optoacoustic Technologies (SMOT), Music Technology and Acoustics Dept.
    Authors: Vavagiakis, Eftychios
    Thesis advisor: Zervas, Panagiotis
    Publication Date: 2020-09-10
    The dissemination of digital musical information brought upon the creation of huge music databases which are used for both personal and professional reasons. Thus, the need was created for fast and reliable information ...
  • The history of sound reproduction devices. Presentation with a multimedia application.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Applied Sciences, Department of Music Technology and Acoustics Engineering (in Rethymno)
    Authors: Thomaidou, Maria Louiza
    Thesis advisor: Piotogiannakis, Stylianos; Zervas, Panagiotis
    Publication Date: 27-06-2013
    Object of study of this thesis is the chronological registration of sound reproduction systems. At this point, the difference between sound reproduction systems and recording systems should be emphasized. In the theoretical ...
  • Research and statistical analystis of emotional speech database of greek language.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Applied Sciences, Department of Music Technology and Acoustics Engineering (in Rethymno)
    Authors: Flentzouris, Panagiotis
    Thesis advisor: Zervas, Panagiotis
    Publication Date: 22-04-2015
    In human communication, the expression of emotional state is conducted firstly with the formation of facial expressions and secondly with the prosody of speech. Consequently, for the robust recognition of emotional state, ...
  • Research and implementation of the methods of fast deconvolution using regularization and least mean squares in order to create digital filters to reproduce binaural audio over two channel system.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Applied Sciences, Department of Music Technology and Acoustics Engineering (in Rethymno)
    Authors: Anyfantakis, Konstantinos; Moustakas, Theodoros
    Thesis advisor: Zervas, Panagiotis; Xenikakis, Dimitrios
    Publication Date: 13-02-2015
    The present thesis examines and compares two methods of inverse digital filter design. The aim of the filters is the cancellation of the crosstalk and speakers’ position with respect to the listener’s head, in order to ...
  • Audio to score alignment using hidden Markov Models.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Applied Sciences, Department of Music Technology and Acoustics Engineering (in Rethymno)
    Authors: Morakeas, Michail
    Thesis advisor: Alexandraki, Chrysoula; Zervas, Panagiotis
    Publication Date: 16-06-2014
    The objective of this project is the development of an Audio to Score Alignment (ASA) system, which is a computer program that, given a score of a music piece and a recording of that same piece, it can detect the point in ...
  • Design and development of an interactive sound map for urban soundscapes.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Applied Sciences, Department of Music Technology and Acoustics Engineering (in Rethymno)
    Authors: Myriounis, Andreas
    Thesis advisor: Zervas, Panagiotis
    Publication Date: 2016-07-12
    The purpose of this thesis is to develop an integrated acoustics cartography system for the mapping of urban soundscapes, which utilizies machine learning algorithms for the automated labeling of recordings. Moreover, the ...
  • Designing and creating an interactive 3D environment with soundscapes.

    T.E.I. of Crete, School of Applied Sciences, Department of Music Technology and Acoustics Engineering (in Rethymno)
    Authors: Plessas, Ioannis
    Thesis advisor: Zervas, Panagiotis
    Publication Date: 2018-06-25
    Developing a 3D environment with the use of a game engine. Designing and creating multiple soundscapes inside the 3D space. The purpose of this paper is to present and analyze all the development stages of a 3D application, ...
  • Intelligent agent as multiple reproduction system on the Raspberry Pi.

    Η.Μ.U, School of Music and Optoacoustic Technologies (SMOT), Music Technology and Acoustics Dept.
    Authors: Zisopoulos, Nikolaos
    Thesis advisor: Zervas, Panagiotis
    Publication Date: 2021-01-20
    When it comes to an “IoT project” literally means the Internet of Things Project. It is essentially a plan in which the ordinary things that a person uses in his daily life, such as the lights or the doors of his home, ...