Knowledge Acquisition from Music Digital Libraries

A vast amount of musical knowledge has been gathered for centuries by musicologists and music enthusiasts. Most of this knowledge is implicitly expressed in artist biographies, reviews, facsimile editions, etc. Music Digital Libraries make this information available and searchable. Documents are indexed and keyword-based search is generally provided. However, implicit knowledge present in text is not understood by machines, so complex queries cannot be answered. 

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