Jaarverslag 2011 Meertens Instituut

Kranenburg, P. van


WETENSCHAPPELIJKE ARTIKELEN IN BOEKEN, BUNDELS EN PROCEEDINGS

  • Kranenburg, P. van, Biró, D.P., Ness, S.R. & Tzanetakis, G. (2011). A Computational Investigation of Melodic Contour Stability in Jewish Torah Trope Performance Traditions. In Proceedings of the International Society on Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR2011) Conference (pp. 163-168). Miami.
  • Kranenburg, P. van, Volk, A. & Wiering, F. (2011). On Operationalizing the Musicological Concept of Tune Family for Computational Modeling. In B Maegaard (Ed.), Proceedings of Supporting Digital Humanities: Answering the unaskable. Kopenhagen.
  • Volk, A., Wiering, F. & Kranenburg, P. van (2011). Unfolding the potential of computational musicology. In Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Informatics and Semiotics in Organisations (pp. 137-144). Leeuwarden: Fryske Akademy.
  • Harris, R., Jong, B.M. de & Kranenburg, P. van (2011). Non score-dependency: Theory and assessment. In: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Performance Science 2011 (pp. 365-368). Utrecht: European Association of Conservatoires.

SOFTWARE

  • libmusical: C++ software library waarin verschillende uitlijningsalgoritmes zijn geimplementeerd. Het toepassingsgebied is het uitlijnen van melodieën. T.b.v. project WITCHCRAFT-plus

OVERIGE  LEZINGEN

  • Kranenburg, P. van (2011, april 04). A pattern recognition approach to the attribution of early seventeenth-century keyboard compositions using repeating melodic patterns in diminutions in solo parts. Aberdeen, Conference Musical, Cultural and Religious Networks in Early Modern Europe: in Celebration of Peter Philips's 450th Anniversary.
  • Kranenburg, P. van (2011, april 11). A pattern recognition approach to the attribution of early seventeenth-century keyboard compositions using repeating melodic patterns in diminutions in solo parts. Amsterdam, Music Cognition Reading Group.
  • Kranenburg, P. van (2011, mei 20). Interdisciplinary Research in the CATCH WITCHCRAFT-Project. Amsterdam, Symposium CATCH to eCATCH.
  • Kranenburg, P. van (2011, september 08). Tunes & Tales. Amsterdam, Kick-off Computational Humanities.
  • Kranenburg, P. van (2011, oktober 25). A Computational Investigation of Melodic Contour Stability in Jewish Torah Trope Performance Traditions. Miami, 12th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference.
  • Biró, D.P. & Kranenburg, P. van (2011, december 01). Computational Analysis of Jewish and Islamic Chant. Amsterdam, e-Humanities Group Research Meeting.
  • Kranenburg, P. van (2011, december 01). On Computational Modeling of Melodic Variation among Folk Song Melodies - From WITCHCRAFT to Tunes & Tales. Amsterdam, e-Humanities Group Research Meeting.

ONDERWIJS

  • Kranenburg, P. van (2011). Gastcollege BA/MA onderwijs, Music Information Retrieval. "Information Retrieval". Culturele Informatiewetenschappen: Amsterdam (2011, oktober 10).

NIET-WETENSCHAPPELIJKE PUBLICATIE

  • Kranenburg, P. van (2011). Computationele methoden in erfgoedonderzoek; Een nieuw perspectief op historische data. Levend Erfgoed, 8, 22-27.

PUBLICITEIT

  • Radio: Radio Gelderland, 10-01-2011. ‘Melodieënzoekmachine.’ (WITCHCRAFT)