Sound and Music Computing '04 - Paper Sessions Schedule

Wednesday October 20 - Salle Stravinsky
Session 1: Creation : Tools and Realizations 10:00 New approaches of theatre and opera directly inspired by interactive data-mining Alain Bonardi Université Paris 8, Maison des Sc. de l'Homme Paris Nord Rousseaux Francis Ircam, Université de Reims                 36
10:20 Composition and improvisation on the Net Georg Hajdu Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg                     3
10:40 The Realtime-Score: A Missing Link in Computer Music Performance Gerhard E. Winkler Composer                     7
11:00 Architecture and Experiments in Networked Complementary Audio/Graphic Rendering with Virtual Choreographer Christian Jacquemin LIMSI-CNRS, Université Paris 11                     18
11:40 Cybersongosse 7Mi Christian Clozier IMEB Jean-Claude Le Duc IMEB Alexander Mihalic               7
12:00 Soliloque sur [X, X, X ET X], Musical Commentaries From a Computer About a Concert Misunderstood By It Fabien Lévy Composer, Hanns-Eisler Conservatory, Berlin Thomas Seelig Electronic Studio TU-Berlin                 23
12:20 Playing Integrated Music Knowledge With Artificial Neural Network Frederic Voisin CIRM Robin Meier CIRM                 93
12:40 Virtual Voices on Hands: Prominent Applications on the Synthesis and Control of the Singing Voice Anastasia Georgaki University of Athens, Music Department                     80
Thursday October 21 - Espace de Projection
Session 2: Symbolic Music Representations & Formalization. 10:00 Control Search using Rules, Tests and Measures / Logical Representation of musical Concepts Somnuk Phon-Amnuaisuk Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Malaysia Alan Smaill The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland                 19/20
10:20 Extending a Network-of-Elaborations Representation to Polyphonic Music: Schenker and Species Counterpoint Alan Marsden Lancaster University                     45
10:40 A Pregroup Grammar for Chord Sequences Richard Terrat LIRMM & IRCAM                     73
11:00 Specification of Temporal Relations Between Interactive Events Myriam Desainte-Catherine SCRIME, LaBRI, University of Bordeaux Antoine Allombert SCRIME, LaBRI, University of Bordeaux                 68
11:20 Coffee Break
11:50 Recent Developments in ENP-score-notation / PWGL Editors: 2D-Editor as a Case Study Mika Kuuskankare Sibelius Academy Mikael Laurson Sibelius Academy                 74/75
12:10 Open Source Tools for Music Representation and Notation / IMUTUS an Interactive Music Tuition System Dominique Fober Grame Stephane Letz Grame Yann Orlarey Grame A. Askenfeld KTH K. Falkenberg Hansen KTH E. Schoonderwaldt KTH 31-32
12:30 IanniX Aesthetical/Symbolic Visualisations For Hypermedia Composition Thierry Coduys La kitchen Guillaume Ferry La kitchen                 77
  12:50 Lunch Break
Session 3 : Music Information Retrieval, Classification & Style 14:30 Using Patterns to Generate Rhythmic Accompaniment for Guitar Marcio Dahia CIn - UFPE Hugo Santana CIn - UFPE Ernesto Trajano CIn - UFPE Carlos Sandroni DM - UFPE Giordano Cabral LIP6 Geber Ramalho CIn - UFPE 78
14:50 An Adaptive and Multi-Parametric Approach For Motivic Pattern Discovery Olivier Lartillot Department of Music, University of Jyväskylä, Finland                     24
15:10 Classification into Musical Genres Using a Rhythmic Kernel Gustavo Frederico University of Ottawa                     62
15:30 Melody Classification using a Similarity Metric based on Kolmogorov Complexity Ming Li UEA, NORWICH, UK Ronan Sleep UEA, NORWICH, UK                 71
15:50 Style Recognition through Statistical Event Models Carlos Pèrez-Sancho Universidad de Alicante, Spain José M. Inesta Universidad de Alicante, Spain Jorge Calera-Rubio Universidad de Alicante, Spain             91
16:10 Coffee Break
16:40 Music Retrieval Algorithms for Lead Sheet Music D. Byrd Indiana University, USA R. Clifford King's College, London, UK R. Groult University of Rouen C. S. Iliopoulos King's College, London, UK         29
17:00 Influence of Musical Similarity on Melodic Segmentation: Representations and Algorithms. Emilios Cambouropoulos Aristotle Univ. of Thessaloniki Costas Tsougras Aristotle Univ. of Thessaloniki                 43
17:20 Messiaen's Regard IV: Automatic Segmentation using the Spiral Array Elaine Chew University of Southern California                     92
17:40 Coffee Break
Session 4 : Architecture & Programming 18:00 The AGNULA/DeMuDi Distribution: GNU/Linux and Free Software for the Pro Audio and Sound Research Domain Nicola Bernardini Media Innovation Unit - Firenze Tecnologia Damien Cirotteau Media Innovation Unit - Firenze Tecnologia Free Ekanayaka Media Innovation Unit - Firenze Tecnologia Andrea Glorioso Media Innovation Unit - Firenze Tecnologia         63
18:20 Applying Aspect-Oriented Programming to Music Computing Patrick Hill The Open University Simon Holland The Open University Robin C Laney The Open University             64
18:40 Jack Audio Server: MacOSX Port and Multi-Processor Version Stéphane Letz Grame Paul Davis Linux Audio Systems Dominique Fober Grame Yann Orlarey Grame         86
19:00 End                          
Friday October 22 - Espace de Projection
Session 5 : Real Time Interaction & Improvisation 10:00 Improvising Computer Music: an Approach Leonello Tarabella cART project of ISTI/CNR - Pisa, Italy                     13
10:20 Interactively Determined Generative Sound Design for Sensate Environments Kirsty Beilharz Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney                     25
10:40 Strategies for Continuous Pitch and Amplitude Tracking in Realtime Interactive Improvisation Software Christopher Dobrian University of California, Irvine                     51
11:00 Pattern Anchoring, Identity and Signatures in Sound, Time and Space Ozgur Izmirli Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology, Connecticut College Noel Zahler Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology, Connecticut College                 14
11:20 Coffee Break
11:50 Etheraction: Playing a Musical Piece Using Graphical interfaces Jean-Michel Couturier CNRS LMA                     56
12:10 On Onsets On-the-Fly: Real-time Event Segmentation and Categorisation as a Compositional Effect Nick Collins University of Cambridge                     21
12:30 A real-time beat tracker for unrestricted audio signals Zoia Giorgio EPFL Nicolas Scaringella EPFL                 26
  12:50 Lunch Break
Session 6 : Gesture & Expression 14:30 Three-Dimensional Gestural Controller Based on Eyecon Motion Capture System Bertrand Merlier Université Lumière Lyon 2                     22
14:50 Expressive Gestural Control of Sound and Visual Output in Multimodal Interactive Systems Antonio Camurri InfoMus Lab - DIST - University of Genova Barbara Mazzarino InfoMus Lab - DIST - University of Genova Gualtiero Volpe InfoMus Lab - DIST - University of Genova             67
15:10 Gestural Control of Singing Voice, a Musical Instrument Loïc Kessous LMA-CNRS                     42
15:30 Developing a non-Visual Output Device for Musical Performers Homei MIYASHITA Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Hokuriku Kazushi NISHIMOTO Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Hokuriku                 49
15:50 Expressiveness Detection of Musical Performances in the Kinematics Energy space Luca Mion CSC-DEI University of Padua Giovanni De Poli CSC-DEI University of Padua                 65
16:10 Understanding Expressive Transformations in Monophonic Musical Phrases Rafael Ramirez Pompeu Fabra University Amaury Hazan Pompeu Fabra University Emilia Gomez Pompeu Fabra University Esteban Maestre Pompeu Fabra University         44
16:30 Coffee Break
Session 7 : Perception 17:00 Composing In the Flesh: Perceptually-Informed Harmonic Syntax Sean Ferguson McGill University Richard Parncutt University of Graz                 48
17:20 A Role of Metrical Structure in Implicit Memory of Rhythm Perception: Toward a Computational Modeling of Perception Process of Metrical Structure Yasuhiro Goto Faculty of Psychology and Applied Communication, Hokusei Gakuen University                     50
17:40 Tying Semantic Labels to Computational Descriptors of Similar Timbres Rosemary A. Fitzgerald Lancaster University Adam T. Lindsay Lancaster University                 38
Session 8 : Physical Modelling 18:00 Physical Modeling of Impacts: Theory and Experiments on Contact Time and Spectral Centroid Federico Avanzini Dept. of Information Engineering, University of Padova Davide Rocchesso Dept. of Computer Science, University of Verona                 79
18:20 Physical Modeling for Pure Data (pmpd) and Real Time Interaction with an Audio Synthesis Cyrille Henry                       83
18:40 End of SMC paper sessions

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