The case study reported here is an exploratory step towards developing a quantitative system for audio and music metadata quality measurement. Errors, their sources and their propagation mechanisms are carefully examined in a small but meaningful subset of music metadata centered on a single artist Skip James.
AES Convention: 121 (October 2006) Paper Number: 6971
Publication Date: October 1, 2006
Subject: Audio Content: Interpretation and Management
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