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Avtolog.si – a half-year report

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It has been about 6 months since Vid and I started the https://avtolog.si website. Many things have happened since the early beginnings. Although we have not yet focused on the usability aspect yet (in proper web-oriented terms), we have added quite a few nice features to the website. In March, we added additional data about the success rate of individual…

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Avtolog.si – for safer and transparent car market

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It all started with coffee. My colleague Vid and I met for coffee and brainstorming on a sunny Sunday afternoon last August. We talked about what kind of project we could start together. Both full of ideas and seeing potential everywhere, we had to narrow it down to 1-2 ideas we were going to work on in the following months.…

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Compositional hierarchical model for music information retrieval - PhD Cover

PhD completed – Compositional hierarchical model for music information retrieval

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Finally, the 6-years long PhD phase is completed. The doctoral dissertation titled ‘Compositional hierarchical model for music information retireval’ and the PowerPoint presentation are also available online on this link: https://www.researchgate.net/project/Compositional-Hierarchical-Model-an-alternative-white-box-deep-architecture Special thanks goes to my advisors Matija Marolt and Ales Leonardis. There are still several open topics in this research and the project will therefore remain in the list of my research…

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FRI summer school 2018

FRI summer school 2018

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As during the previous years, we organized two workshop at FRI Summer school – the Android summer school and the Minecraft summer school. There were 13 workshops this year, highly connected to the jobs of the future. Check the video below and see you next year!

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Prospective Student Day

Want to apply for a PhD programme? Check our PhD Webinar @ Faculty of Computer and Information Science

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Are you interested in applying for a PhD Programme at the University of Ljubljana? We recently had a live stream Webinar session in which our vicedean prof. Tomaž Curk and our PhD student Manca Žerovnik discussed the topics of research and work at the Faculty of Computer and Information Science. In case you missed the event, check the video below!…

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SymCHM - the compositional hierarchical model for symbolic music representations

[Published paper] SymCHM—An Unsupervised Approach for Pattern Discovery in Symbolic Music with a Compositional Hierarchical Model

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We are thrilled that a new paper on the Compositional Hierarchical Model has just been published. The paper describes a modified version of the model, SymCHM, capable of working with symbolic music representations. The paper describes the work done during the last year of the model development for the pattern discovery task. The paper publicly available here: http://www.mdpi.com/2076-3417/7/11/1135 We are also…

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Moodo data fusion model

[Published paper] The Moodo dataset: Integrating user context with emotional and color perception of music for affective music information retrieval

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My colleagues and I have recently published a new scientific paper which presents the Moodo dataset and performs a detailed analysis of the multimodal data. The dataset includes user background data along with music preferences and music knowhow. In an attempt to show the future development of the recommender systems in general, we have applied a data fusion model which models…

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Minecraft Education Edition

Faculty Days – Minecraft Workshop

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Last week the Faculty hosted about 400 elementary-school children who visited our laboratories and observed our latest projects. We also prepared several workshops, focusing on game-based learning, ranging from and algorithmic thinking to programming. Our Lab prepared the Minecraft workshop, using the Minecraft Education Edition and Code Connection software to support scratch-like programming in Minecraft. The workshop was a brief version…

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Putting the keys back onto the platform. The adjusting the springs takes some time.

Roland VK-7 sticky keys red glue problem – solved

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About two years ago I bought a nice sounding Roland VK-7. The keyboard was in nice shape – however, it did develop (or had previously) a few flaws during the last year. The first problem (which I also informed of by the previous owner) was a random reset of the whole keyboard. After googling about similar problems other VK-7 owners had,…

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