Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
M.S. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science June, 1995
Thesis title: A Computational Model of Spatial Hearing
GPA: 5.0 (A)
Cornell University, College of Engineering, Ithaca, NY
B.S. Electrical Engineering with distinction May 1993
Cumulative GPA: 4.0 (A)
Specialization: Digital Signal Processing
Systems Engineer (Summer 1993)
Bose Corporation, Framingham, MA
Original Equipment Manufacture
Cooperative Engineer (Summer 1992, Fall 1991)
Delco Electronics Corporation, Kokomo, IN
Power CMOS Group, IC Delco Advanced Development
Skilled in C, C++, Matlab, Perl, Tcl/Tk, HTML, Pascal, PostScript, LaTeX, and shell scripts
Real-time DSP programming experience on Texas Instruments TMS320C30 and Motorola 96002
Martin, K. D., Scheirer, E. D., and Vercoe, B. L. (1998). Music content analysis through models of audition. Presented at the 1998 ACM Multimedia Workshop on Content Processing of Music for Multimedia Applications, Bristol, England, September, 1998. Submitted to the Journal of New Music Research.
Martin, K. D. (1998). Toward automatic sound source recognition: Identifying musical instruments. Presented at the 1998 NATO Advanced Study Institute on Computational Hearing, Il Ciocco, Italy, July, 1998. [Paper] [Poster]
Martin, K. D. (1997). Echo Suppression in a Computational Model of the Precedence Effect. Presented at the 1997 IEEE Mohonk workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Acoustics and Audio, 1997.
Martin, K. D. and Scheirer, E. D. (1997). Automatic Transcription of Simple Polyphonic Music: Integrating Musical Knowledge. Presented at SMPC, 1997.
Martin, K. D. (1996). Automatic Transcription of Simple Polyphonic Music: Robust Front End Processing. M.I.T. Media Lab Perceptual Computing Technical Report #399, November 1996, presented at the Third Joint Meeting of the Acoustical Societies of America and Japan, December, 1996.
Martin, K. D. (1996). A Blackboard System for Automatic Transcription of Simple Polyphonic Music. M.I.T. Media Lab Perceptual Computing Technical Report #385, July 1996.
Martin, K. D. (1995), ``Estimating Azimuth and Elevation from Interaural Differences'', presented at the 1995 IEEE Mohonk workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Acoustics and Audio, October 1995.
Martin, K. D. (1995), A Computational Model of Spatial Hearing, Master's thesis, EECS dept, MIT, June 1995.
Gardner, William G. and Martin, Keith D. (1995), ``HRTF Measurements of a KEMAR'', J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 97(6), June 1995.
Martin, Keith, ``A computational model of auditory localization'', presented at the 128th meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, November, 1994.
Gardner, Bill and Martin, Keith (1994), ``HRTF Measurements of a KEMAR Dummy-Head Microphone,'' MIT Media Laboratory Perceptual Computing Technical Report #280, May, 1994. Included on the CD-ROM "Standards in Computer Generated Music", Goffredo Haus and Isabella Pighi, eds., published by the IEEE CS Technical Committee on Computer Generated Music, 1996.