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Special Offers

Special Offers

QM

pYIN Pitch Tracker

£1800.00

Description

pYIN (Probabilistic YIN) is a modification of the well-loved YIN algorithm for fundamental frequency (F0) estimation in monophonic audio.

This plugin's main features are:
• an implementation of pYIN for pitch tracking and
• a note-tracking algorithm based on the pYIN pitch track

The plugin is written in C++ and can be used by any Vamp host such as Sonic Visualiser and Sonic Annotator. It is also used in the melody annotation program Tony.
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QM

QM Bar and Beat Tracker

£1800.00

Description

Bar and Beat Tracker analyses a single channel of audio and estimates the positions of bar lines and the resulting counted metrical beat positions within the music (where the first beat of each bar is "1", the equivalent of counting in time to the music). It is closely related to the Tempo and Beat Tracker, producing the same results for beat position as that plugin's "New" beat tracking method.
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Sichuan University

Sichuan University, Chengdu, China - Summer School Programme

£250.00

Description

Dates: 2nd July – 15th July 2017

This is the deposit/fee needed to confirm and secure a place on this summer programme. Further payment will be made to the partner school.

Tuition fees and accommodation: free with accommodation and meals provided, students will only need to pay for visa and flights.

http://www.qmul.ac.uk/undergraduate/exchange/otheropportunities/partner-summer-school/index.html

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bono

New Law Member - Queen Mary Pro Bono Society

£10.00

Description

Membership of the Queen Mary Pro Bono Society who are enrolled on a Law Degree. This includes placement applications with city law firms including BLP, Clifford Chance, Reed Smith and Dentons, as well as international placements abroad in Australia, Singapore, India, Ghana, South Africa and Cyprus. In addition, it allows for applications for department specific internships such as Street Law's internship programme with Refuge and Human Rights' internship programme with Amicus. Members may also participate in our volunteering activities with Holy Cross Centre and Whitechapel Mission. Finally, a membership allows access to all QMPBS events and lectures throughout the year, and a chance to apply for committee positions.

www.qmprobono.org

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bono

New Non-Law Member - Queen Mary Pro Bono Society

£8.00

Description

Membership of the Queen Mary Pro Bono Society for students who are not enrolled on a Law Degree. This membership includes placement applications with city law firms - BLP, Clifford Chance and Dentons. In addition, it allows for applications for department specific internships such as Street Law's internship programme with Refuge. Members may also participate in our volunteering activities with Holy Cross Centre and Whitechapel Mission. Finally, a membership allows access to all QMPBS events and lectures throughout the year.

www.qmprobono.org

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bono

Continuing Law Member - Queen Mary Pro Bono Society

£8.00

Description

Continuing membership of QMPBS as a Law member. Membership of the Queen Mary Pro Bono Society includes placement applications with city law firms including BLP, Clifford Chance, Reed Smith and Dentons, as well as international placements abroad in Australia, Singapore, India, Ghana, South Africa and Cyprus. In addition, it allows for applications for department specific internships such as Street Law's internship programme with Refuge and Human Rights' internship programme with Amicus. Members may also participate in our volunteering activities with Holy Cross Centre and Whitechapel Mission. Finally, a membership allows access to all QMPBS events and lectures throughout the year, and a chance to apply for committee positions.

www.qmprobono.org

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bono

Continuing Non-Law Member - Queen Mary Pro Bono Society

£6.00

Description

Continuing membership of QMPBS as a Non-Law member. Membership of the Queen Mary Pro Bono Society for students who are not enrolled on a Law Degree. This membership includes placement applications with city law firms - BLP, Clifford Chance and Dentons. In addition, it allows for applications for department specific internships such as Street Law's internship programme with Refuge. Members may also participate in our volunteering activities with Holy Cross Centre and Whitechapel Mission. Finally, a membership allows access to all QMPBS events and lectures throughout the year.

www.qmprobono.org

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qm

SBCS Clicker payment

£50.00

Description

SBCS Clicker payment

This transaction is intended for students studying in the School of Biological and Chemical Sciences at QMUL to refund a replacement clicker. Once you have paid please see the Teaching Support Officer at Fogg reception to collect your new device.

Please note that School operates a no refund policy with regard to clicker purchases.

For further information regarding clickers please see the relevant section of the SBCS website.

http://qmplus.qmul.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=1332

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btf

Physics of the B Factories

£23.25

Description

THIS IS ONLY FOR PAYMENT OF PRE-REGISTERED COPIES OF THE PBF BOOK.

The Physics of the B Factories project is nearing completion. The publisher has produced proofs, and we expect that the hard copies will start to get printed very soon. This web form allows people who have placed a pre-order copy through the general editors of the project to pre-pay for your copy of the book. You will need to pay for your copy(ies) before you will be able to receive them from one of the three distribution centres. Payment by e-Shop will generate an automatic recipt, sent by e-mail. If this is insufficient for your purposes please e-mail Adrian Bevan (a.j.bevan@qmul.ac.uk) who will be able to arrange for an additional receipt to be printed.

If you have ordered more than five copies of the book and want to pay by invoice then please contact Adrian Bevan (a.j.bevan@qmul.ac.uk) for more information. You will need to supply a contact name, address and VAT number in order to do this.

http://www.slac.stanford.edu/xorg/BFLB/

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iapp

International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) – Privacy Pathways Student Membership

Amount (£)

Description

International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) – Privacy Pathways Student Membership.

£34.00 – Membership
£22.00 – Foundation Book
£22.00 - CIPP/E Book
£22.00 – CIPP/US Book
£13.50 – delivery charge

PLEASE CONTACT YOUR COURSE ADMINISTRATOR FOR EXACT AMOUNT YOU SHOULD PAY. ENTER THIS AMOUNT IN THE ABOVE "AMOUNT" BOX AND CLICK "ADD TO BASKET" TO CONTINUE THE PAYMENT PROCESS.
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QM

Antenatal Screening for Down’s syndrome, Trisomy 18 and Trisomy 13 using DNA screening

£300.00

Description

A DNA screening test that will provide an assessment of the risk of the pregnancy being affected with either Down’s syndrome, Trisomy 18 or Trisomy 13 by assessing cell free DNA circulating in the maternal plasma

http://www.wolfson.qmul.ac.uk/service-1/antenatal-screening

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QM

Chordino and NNLS Chroma

£1800.00

Description

NNLS Chroma analyses a single channel of audio using frame-wise spectral input from the Vamp host. The plugin was originally developed to extract treble and bass chromagrams for subsequent use in chord extraction methods. The spectrum is transformed to a log-frequency spectrum (constant-Q) with three bins per semitone. On this representation, two processing steps are performed:

•tuning, after which each centre bin (i.e. bin 2, 5, 8, …) corresponds to a semitone, even if the tuning of the piece deviates from 440 Hz standard pitch.
•running standardisation: subtraction of the running mean, division by the running standard deviation. This has a spectral whitening effect.

The processed log-frequency spectrum is then used as an input for NNLS approximate transcription (using a dictionary of harmonic notes with geometrically decaying harmonics magnitudes). The output of the NNLS approximate transcription is semitone-spaced. To get the chroma, this semitone spectrum is multiplied (element-wise) with the desired profile (chroma or bass chroma) and then mapped to 12 bins. The resulting chroma frames can be normalised by (dividing by) their norm (L1, L2 and maximum norm available).
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