SAME @ IEEE Workshop SBM 2009

The First International Workshop on Social Behavior in Music, partially supported by SAME

Vancouver, August the 29th 2009

The workshop focuses on social signals and features that are most significant for a qualitative and quantitative analysis of social behavior and experience in music. The workshop will discuss computational models, algorithms, techniques for analysis of social behavior in music, their application in concrete test-beds, and their evaluation in experimental set-ups. We are interested in exploring many-to-many human interplay, such as the performer-listener, performer-performer, and listener-listener interaction, in novel scenarios where the distinction between listeners and performers fades out and users become producers and consumers of music experience.

The workshop program includes demos developed by DIST InfoMus Lab for the FP7 EU-ICT SAME Project.

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