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EPSRC Reference: GR/R64810/01
Title: NETWORK: Music Processing Network (MuProNet)
Principal Investigator: Plumbley, Professor M
Other Investigators:
Davies, Professor M Sandler, Professor M Davies, Dr M
Researcher Co-Investigators:
Mr T Crawford Dr BM Eaglestone Dr A Field
Professor S Godsill Professor C Iliopoulos Professor FJ Rumsey
Professor GA Wiggins
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Department: Sch of Electronic Eng & Computer Science
Organisation: Queen Mary University of London
Scheme: Standard Research (Pre-FEC)
Starts: 02 January 2003 Ends: 01 January 2006 Value (£): 61,794
EPSRC Research Topic Classifications:
Cognitive Science Appl. in ICT Digital Signal Processing
Human-Computer Interactions Multimedia
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Recent years have seen sharp growth in interest in the use of information technology for music. A number of interdisciplinary collaborative groupings have bin formed within UK universities over the last couple of years to link together departments of Music, Electronic Engineering and Computer Science. We will establish a Network to enhance UK research in the Musical Signal Processing community. This Network will primarily be concerned with analysis, transmission, storage, generation and her processing of musical signals. The Network is expected to lead to increased collaborative activity in the field.The activities of the Network will include: workshops and meetings, visits to conferences and other laboratories (particularly for younger researchers), and electronic communication such as email and a web site. An important Network activity will be the production of a Research Roadmap to help future research planning and inform funding bodice on the state of the art and future opportunities. Dissemination of activities and information relevant to the Network will be an important aspect of its work, tiding to increased opportunities for exploitation and collaboration with UK industry and international researchers. The Network will consist of 6 partners in the first instance. Other relevant groups and researchers will be encouraged to join the Network during its operation.
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