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  • Improving Musical Expressiveness by Time-Varying Brightness Shaping 

    BARTHET, M; Kronland-Martinet, R; Ystad, S (Springer, 2007)
    While listeners' emotional response to music is the subject of numerous studies, less attention is paid to the dynamic emotion variations due to the interaction between artists and audiences in live improvised music ...
  • On the formalization of termination techniques based on multiset orderings 

    Thiemann, R; Allais, G; Nagele, J; 23rd International Conference on Rewriting Techniques and Applications (Leibniz International Proceedings in Informatics, LIPIcs, 2012)
    Multiset orderings are a key ingredient in certain termination techniques like the recursive path ordering and a variant of size-change termination. In order to integrate these techniques in a certifier for termination ...
  • Bayesian MAP estimation of piecewise arcs in tempo time-series 

    Stowell, D; Chew, E; 9th International Symposium on Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval CMMR 2012 (Springer, 2012)
    In musical performances with expressive tempo modulation, the tempo variation can be modelled as a sequence of tempo arcs. Previous authors have used this idea to estimate series of piecewise arc segments from data. In ...
  • An open dataset for research on audio field recording archives: freefield1010 

    Stowell, D; Plumbley, MD (Proceedings of the AES International Conference, 2014)
    We introduce a free and open dataset of 7690 audio clips sampled from the field-recording tag in the Freesound audio archive. The dataset is designed for use in research related to data mining in audio archives of field ...
  • Certification of Confluence Proofs using CeTA 

    Nagele, J; Thiemann, R; 3rd International Workshop on Confluence (3rd International Workshop on Confluence, 2014-07-13)
    CeTA was originally developed as a tool for certifying termination proofs which have to be provided as certificates in the CPF-format. Its soundness is proven as part of IsaFoR, the Isabelle Formalization of Rewriting. By ...
  • Certification of nontermination proofs using strategies and nonlooping derivations 

    Nagele, J; Thiemann, R; Winkler, S; 6th Working Conference on Verified Software: Theories, Tools, and Experiments (Springer, 2014-10)
    The development of sophisticated termination criteria for term rewrite systems has led to powerful and complex tools that produce (non)termination proofs automatically. While many techniques to establish termination have ...
  • Novel Methods in Facilitating Audience and Performer Interaction Using the Mood Conductor Framework 

    Fazekas, G; BARTHET, M; Sandler, MB (Springer-Verlag, 2014-12)
    While listeners’ emotional response to music is the subject of numerous studies, less attention is paid to the dynamic emotion variations due to the interaction between artists and audiences in live improvised music ...
  • Improving automatic confluence analysis of rewrite systems by redundant rules 

    Nagele, J; Felgenhauer, B; Middeldorp, A; 26th International Conference on Rewriting Techniques and Applications (26th International Conference on Rewriting Techniques and Applications, 2015-04)
    We describe how to utilize redundant rewrite rules, i.e., rules that can be simulated by other rules, when (dis)proving confluence of term rewrite systems. We demonstrate how automatic confluence provers benefit from the ...
  • Certified rule labeling 

    Nagele, J; Zankl, H; 26th International Conference on Rewriting Techniques and Applications (26th International Conference on Rewriting Techniques and Applications, 2015-04)
    The rule labeling heuristic aims to establish confluence of (left-)linear term rewrite systems via decreasing diagrams. We present a formalization of a confluence criterion based on the interplay of relative termination ...
  • Confluence competition 2015 

    Aoto, T; Hirokawa, N; Nagele, J; Nishida, N; Zankl, H; 25th International Conference on Automated Deduction (Springer, 2015-07)
    Confluence is one of the central properties of rewriting. Our competition aims to foster the development of techniques for proving/disproving confluence of various formalisms of rewriting automatically. We explain the ...
  • Human resources management using interval valued intuitionistic fuzzy analytic hierarchy process 

    Fahmi, A; Derakhshan, A; Kahraman, C (IEEE, 2015-11)
    Human resource management (HRM) is a function in organizations designed to maximize employee performance in service of their employer's strategic objectives. Linguistic evaluations rather than numerical evaluations are ...
  • ELECTRE I Method Using Hesitant Linguistic Term Sets: An Application to Supplier Selection 

    Fahmi, A; Kahraman, C; Bilen, Ü (Atlantis Press, 2016-01)
    Decision making is a common process in human activities. Every person or organization needs to make decisions besides dealing with uncertainty and vagueness associated with human cognition. The theory of fuzzy logic provides ...
  • The Z Property 

    NAGELE, J; Felgenhauer, B; van Oostrom, V; Sternagel, C (Archive of Formal Proofs, 2016-06-30)
    We formalize the Z property introduced by Dehornoy and van Oostrom. First we show that for any abstract rewrite system, Z implies confluence. Then we give two examples of proofs using Z: confluence of lambda-calculus with ...
  • Certification of classical confluence results for left-linear term rewrite systems 

    Nagele, J; Middeldorp, A; 7th International Conference on Interactive Theorem Proving (Springer, 2016-08)
    This paper presents the first formalization of three classic confluence criteria for first-order term rewrite systems by Huet and Toyama. We have formalized proofs, showing that (1) linear strongly closed systems, (2) ...
  • A Short Mechanized Proof of the Church-Rosser Theorem by the Z-property for the λβ-calculus in Nominal Isabelle 

    Nagele, J; Oostrom, VV; Sternagel, C; 5th International Workshop on Confluence (5th International Workshop on Confluence, 2016-08-01)
    We present a short proof of the Church-Rosser property for the lambda-calculus enjoying two distinguishing features: Firstly, it employs the Z-property, resulting in a short and elegant proof; and secondly, it is formalized ...
  • An energy-effective network deployment scheme for 5G Cloud Radio Access Networks 

    Li, A; Sun, Y; Xu, X; Yuan, C (IEEE, 2016-09)
    Inspired by the idea of green and flexible access networks, the Cloud Radio Access Network (C-RAN) has been proposed by network operators together with infrastructure vendors as one promising 5G network architecture. In ...
  • BRIDGING THE GAP OF ASSESSMENT AND FEEDBACK USING MARKUP - AN ANDROID APP FOR FAST MARKING AND FEEDBACK OF IN-CLASS ASSESSMENTS 

    Yao, N; Paltalidis, N; Wang, L (10TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF EDUCATION, RESEARCH AND INNOVATION (ICERI2017), 2017)
    This paper introduces an innovative bespoke Android App used for in-class assessment in order to help lecturers to provide marks and feedback easily and efficiently. This work was inspired by Personal Development Programme ...
  • Analysis of brand image effect on advertising awareness using a neuro-fuzzy and a neural network prediction models 

    Fahmi, A; Ulengin, KB; Kahraman, C (Atlantis Press, 2017)
    Almost all the worldwide and nationwide companies utilize advertising to increase their sales volume and profit. These companies pay millions of dollars to reach consumers and announce their products or services. This ...
  • Neural Music Language Models: investigating the training process 

    YCART, A; BENETOS, E; International Conference of Students of Systematic Musicology (International Conference of Students of Systematic Musicology, 2017)
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