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music recommendation service

A website that recommends new songs based on one or more favorite songs selected by the user. The service may also be available on iPhones, BlackBerrys and other smartphones and may use a proprietary technology for song selection, collaborative filtering or both. Collaborative filtering is based on the likes and dislikes of millions of users. For example, Pandora and Last.fm are two leading recommendation sites that stream the music to the user. See Pandora, Last.fm and music search.
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Apple Music uses the Beats Music recommendation engine to learn user preferences and continually find new suggestions.
Combined with our editorial expertise and proprietary analytics, I have no doubt that our music Recommendation and Discovery platform is hands-down the best around.
com/news/articles/SB10001424052702304096104579240432005003354) Wall Street Journal , the free version will be ad-supported and will offer a stream of music content associated with a particular artist or song, similar to the way automated music recommendation service Pandora works.
In order to put the powerful music recommendation tool into the public's hands, the company requires support.
Two papers from the Shanghai Maritime University propose a storage location method for containers unloaded at a port terminal and a personalized music recommendation system.
In this case, a small entrepreneurial firm made a move from providing a music recommendation product, Electra, to re-launching a new product, Capella, with a new purpose.
Washington, Oct 28 (ANI): Electrical engineers at UC San Diego have created a new kind of music search engine that listens to music, and could even beat Genius - the music recommendation system in Apple's iTunes.
The secret formula is used on a music recommendation website to suggest songs which groups of people might enjoy.
The search for a user-customized music "station" started in the early 1990s, when MIT's Media Lab created Ringo, a music recommendation engine that asked listeners to grade a few tunes and then offered songs they might like.
The proposed methods will permit implementing novel computer-based learning and music recommendation platforms for types of music that currently cannot be analysed by the state-of-the-art.
A sampling of specific topics: distributed rule reasoning in a context-aware system by means of semantic web, a layered architecture for situation aware home environments, music recommendation system based on human-to-human conversation recognition, a generic model of distrust behavior in online communities of trust, and similarity pattern mining in intelligent office environments.
The software offered the first sound-based music recommendation service on the Web.