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2016-04-12 14:30 Musical Scholarship and the Future of Academic Publishing

By Richard Lewis

A couple of months ago Marilyn Deegan, who is emeritus professor at King's College London, approached Tim asking him to put together a workshop as part of their Academic Book of the Future project (2014-2016, PI: Samantha Rayner). The project is a partnership between King's and the UCL Centre for Publishing, and is funded by the British Library and the AHRC. The project has included a lot of work with practising scholars but Marilyn was keen to engage the musical community so we accepted her invitation.

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2015-11-27 14:30 Addressing the Music Information Needs of Musicologists

By Richard Lewis

As a research project progresses it's quite common to get the point where you feel ready to explain rather than just report your findings. This is the point where you're ready to give a tutorial. The ISMIR (International Society for Music Information Retrieval) conference has run a tutorials track for several years and many of the topics in MIR which have been the subject of research eventually solidify into practical techniques which can be presented in this tutorial format. ISMIR tutorials are three hours long and often presented by just a small number of people.

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2014-04-07 17:22 EMO catalogue and images: Where to go from here (part 1)

By David Lewis

Tim has already discussed in a blog entry some of the treatment of our efforts to take the data provided by EMO, the Early Music Online project. In that post, Tim considers some of the issues relating to transcribing and comparing the musical content of the EMO images.

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2013-11-22 15:15 EMO work-alignment using musical content

By Tim Crawford

Use the musical content recognised by Aruspix as a means of confirming the identity (or close similarity - another discussion ...) of works against both the internal collection (items already in EMO) and external resources such as the RISM OPAC.

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