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In this paper we present a survey of current research in Music Information Retrieval in North Indian Classical Music and describe all the characteristics of ragas used for classification. We then describe Bhatkhande’s classification scheme and show how it can simplify the classification process of 100 ragas to 10 categories. We also discuss the issues that need to be addressed and the similarities and differences between Hindustani classical music and Western Classical music. Current research efforts on Raga identification are also described.
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- A Survey of Prospects and Problems in Hindustani Classical Raga Identification Using Machine Learning Techniques
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