Search Results for author: Josh Gardner

Found 6 papers, 3 papers with code

Multi-instrument Music Synthesis with Spectrogram Diffusion

no code implementations11 Jun 2022 Curtis Hawthorne, Ian Simon, Adam Roberts, Neil Zeghidour, Josh Gardner, Ethan Manilow, Jesse Engel

An ideal music synthesizer should be both interactive and expressive, generating high-fidelity audio in realtime for arbitrary combinations of instruments and notes.


MT3: Multi-Task Multitrack Music Transcription

1 code implementation ICLR 2022 Josh Gardner, Ian Simon, Ethan Manilow, Curtis Hawthorne, Jesse Engel

Automatic Music Transcription (AMT), inferring musical notes from raw audio, is a challenging task at the core of music understanding.

Automatic Speech Recognition Music Transcription +2

Dropout Model Evaluation in MOOCs

no code implementations16 Feb 2018 Josh Gardner, Christopher Brooks

The field of learning analytics needs to adopt a more rigorous approach for predictive model evaluation that matches the complex practice of model-building.

MORF: A Framework for Predictive Modeling and Replication At Scale With Privacy-Restricted MOOC Data

no code implementations16 Jan 2018 Josh Gardner, Christopher Brooks, Juan Miguel L. Andres, Ryan Baker

MORF has the potential to accelerate and democratize research on its massive data repository, which currently includes over 200 MOOCs, as demonstrated by initial research conducted on the platform.

online learning

Driving with Data: Modeling and Forecasting Vehicle Fleet Maintenance in Detroit

1 code implementation18 Oct 2017 Josh Gardner, Danai Koutra, Jawad Mroueh, Victor Pang, Arya Farahi, Sam Krassenstein, Jared Webb

Understanding the existence of patterns and trends in this data could be useful to a variety of stakeholders, particularly as Detroit emerges from Chapter 9 bankruptcy, but the patterns in such data are often complex and multivariate and the city lacks dedicated resources for detailed analysis of this data.

Computers and Society

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