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B. Thom's Publications:

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The Latest Additions can be downloaded below:

  • C. Spevak, B.Thom, and K. Hoethker.
    Issues in Melodic Segmentation
    In Print: A special issue in Springer's LNCS/LNAI series that covers The 2nd International Conference on Music and Artificial Intelligence, Edinburgh, Scotland. (pdf)
  • B. Thom, C. Spevak, and K. Hoethker.
    Melodic Segmentation: Evaluating the Performance of Algorithms and Musical Experts
    Submitted to The 2002 International Computer Music Conference, Goteborg, Sweden. (ps)
  • B. Thom.
    Interactive Improvisational Music Companionship: A User-Modeling Approach
    In Print: The User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction Journal --- Special Issue on User Modeling and Intelligent Agents.(ps)
  • B. Thom.
    BoB: an Improvisation Music Companion
    Doctoral Thesis, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University. (PDF file WinZip'd PDF file)

  • Stuff that's been Hopping Around for awhile...

  • B. Thom.
    Machine Learning Techniques for Real-time Improvisational Solo Trading
    In Proceedings of the 2001 International Computer Music Conference, Havana, Cuba. (ps, pdf)
  • B. Thom.
    Unsupervised Learning and Interactive Jazz/Blues Improvisation.
    Proceedings of the Seventeenth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-2000), Austin, TX. (ps, pdf)
  • B. Thom.
    Artificial Intelligence and Real-Time Interactive Improvisation.
    AAAI-2000 Music and AI Workshop, Austin, TX. (ps, pdf)
  • B. Thom.
    BoB: an Interactive Improvisational Companion
    Fourth International Conference on Autonomous Agents (Agents-2000), Barcelona, Spain.
    Also in the 2000 Workshop on Interactive Robotics and Entertainment (WIRE-2000), Pittsburgh, PA. (ps, pdf)
  • B. Thom.
    Learning Melodic Models for Interactive Melodic Improvisation.
    In Proceedings of the 1999 International Computer Music Conference, Beijing, China. (ps)
  • R. Dannenberg, B. Thom, and D. Watson.
    A Machine Learning Approach to Musical Style Recognition
    In Proceedings of the 1997 International Computer Music Conference, Thessaloniki, Greece. (ps)
  • B. Thom.
    Predicting Chords in Jazz: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.
    In IJCAI-95, Music and AI Workshop, Montreal, Canada. (ps)
  • B. Thom and R. Dannenberg.
    Predicting Chords in Jazz.
    In Proceedings of the 1995 International Computer Music Conference, Banf, Canada.

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    Last modified: Thu Aug 29 22:56:51 EDT 2002