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Android Application for Optical Music Notation Recognition and the Playback on a Virtual Piano

Student: Arslan Abdulkadyrov

Supervisor: Rimma Akhmetsafina

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: Software Engineering (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2017

This paper is devoted to Optical Music Recognition (OMR) and the following playback of the recognized melody. The work includes research of existing approaches to OMR, selection and justification of methods, description of proposed algorithms and representation of the virtual piano playback algorithm. The aim of the work is development of mobile application on the Android platform for Optical Music Recognition and the virtual piano playback. The program recognizes images obtained by converting an electronic document with a musical notation, and then demonstrates the sequence of pressing keys on a virtual piano, playing a melody. The paper contains 40 pages, 3 chapters, 29 figures, 6 schemes, 1 table, 19 bibliography items, 4 applications. Keywords: Optical Music Recognition, Android, virtual piano.

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