Von: Eduardo Miranda
Datum: 11. Oktober 2012 14:32:21 MESZ
CALL FOR PAPERS: 1st AISB Symposium on Music and Unconventional Computing
The Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of
Behaviour (AISB) is pleased to announce the 1st AISB Symposium on Music and
Unconventional Computing, to take place during the AISB Annual Convention
2013, University of Exeter, UK, April 2nd-5th 2013.
Research into unconventional, or nature-inspired, computing aims to uncover
novel principles of efficient information processing and computation in
physical, chemical and biological systems, to develop novel non-standard
algorithms and computing architectures, and also to implement conventional
algorithms in non-silicon, or wet, substrates.
Computers have been programmed to produce sounds as early as the beginning
of the 1950’s. Nowadays, the computer is ubiquitous in many aspects of
music, ranging from software for musical composition and production, to
systems for distribution of music on the Internet. Therefore, it is likely
that future developments in Computer Science will have an impact in music
This workshop will discuss ways in which unconventional modes of computation
may provide new directions for future developments in Computer Music.
You are welcome to join us to discuss and possibly shape the future of music
Prof Eduardo Miranda
Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research (ICCMR)
Plymouth University, UK.
Prof Andy Adamatzky,
Unconventional Computing Centre
University of the West of England, UK.
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