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Acknowledgements and Inquiries

Module by: Yi-Chieh Wu. E-mail the author

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The team would like to thank the following people and organizations.

  • Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Rice University
  • Richard Baraniuk, Elec 301 Instructor
  • William Chan, Elec 301 Teaching Assistant
  • Music Classification by Genre. Elec 301 Project, Fall 2003. Mitali Banerjee, Melodie Chu, Chris Hunter, Jordan Mayo
  • Auditory Toolbox. Malcolm Slaney
  • Netlab. Neural Computing Research Group. Aston University

We prefer not to provide our source code or poster online, but if you would like to know more about our algorithm, we welcome any questions and concerns.

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