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  • Charles Patrick Martin & Henry Gardner (2019). Free-Improvised Rehearsal-as-Research for Musical HCI, I: Marcelo M. Wanderley; Tom Mudd; Katie Wilkie-McKenna; Simon Holland & Andrew McPherson (red.),  New Directions in Music and Human-Computer Interaction.  Springer.  ISBN 978-3-319-92068-9.  Chapter 17.  s 269 - 284
  • Anne Danielsen (2018). Time and Time Again: Repetition and Difference in Repetitive Music, I: Olivier Julien & Christophe Levaux (red.),  Over and Over. Exploring Repetition in Popular Music.  Bloomsbury Academic.  ISBN 9781501324888.  kapittel 2.
  • Rolf Inge Godøy (2018). Motormimetic features in musical experience, I: Patrizia Veroli & Gianfranco Vinay (red.),  Music-dance: sound and motion in contemporary discourse.  Routledge.  ISBN 9781138280519.  12.  s 207 - 221
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2018). Listening To or Through Technology: Opaque and Transparent Mediation, I: Samantha Bennett & Eliot Bates (red.),  Critical Approaches to the Production of Music and Sound.  Bloomsbury Academic.  ISBN 9781501332.  Chapter 11.  s 195 - 210
  • Anne Danielsen (2018). Novel, expressive and skilled!, I: Øyvind Prytz; Knut Ove Eliassen & Jan Fredrik Hovden (red.),  Contested qualities: negotiating value in arts and culture.  Fagbokforlaget.  ISBN 9788245023770.  kapittel.  s 187 - 202
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Methods for Studying Music-Related Body Motion, I: Rolf Bader (red.),  Springer Handbook of Systematic Musicology.  Springer Nature.  ISBN 978-3-662-55002-1.  38.  s 805 - 818
  • Rolf Inge Godøy (2018). Sonic Object Cognition, I: Rolf Bader (red.),  Springer Handbook of Systematic Musicology.  Springer Nature.  ISBN 978-3-662-55002-1.  35.  s 761 - 777
  • Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez; Charles Patrick Martin; Agata Zelechowska; Kari Anne Vadstensvik Bjerkestrand; Victoria Kristine Å Johnson & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Bela-based augmented acoustic guitars for sonic microinteraction, I: Tom Martin; Doug Bowman & Luke Dahl (red.),  Proceedings of the International Conference On New Interfaces For Musical Expression.  Virginia Tech.  Chapter.  s 324 - 327
  • Charles Patrick Martin; Alexander Refsum Jensenius & Jim Tørresen (2018). Composing an ensemble standstill work for Myo and Bela, I: Luke Dahl; Tom Martin & Doug Bowman (red.),  Proceedings of the International Conference On New Interfaces For Musical Expression.  Virginia Tech.  KAPITTEL.  s 196 - 197
  • Stefania Serafin; Sofia Dahl; Roberto Bresin; Alexander Refsum Jensenius; Runar Unnthorsson & Vesa Välimäki (2018). NordicSMC: A Nordic University Hub on Sound and Music Computing, I: Anastasia Georgaki (red.),  Proceedings of the Sound and Music Computing Conference.  Cyprus University of Technology.  KAPITTEL.
  • Pritty Patel-Grosz; Patrick Georg Grosz; Tejaswinee Kelkar & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Coreference and disjoint reference in the semantics of narrative dance, I: Uli Sauerland & Stephanie Solt (red.),  Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 22, vol. 2, ZASPiL 61.  Leibniz-Zentrum Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft (ZAS).  Chapter in Vol. 2.  s 199 - 216
  • Jørgen Halvorsen Nordmoen; Eivind Samuelsen; Kai Olav Ellefsen & Kyrre Glette (2018). Dynamic mutation in MAP-Elites for robotic repertoire generation, I:  The 2018 Conference on Artificial Life.  MIT Press.  ISBN 9780262355766.  Konferanseartikkel.  s 598 - 605
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). The Musical Gestures Toolbox for Matlab, I: Emmanouil Benetos; Xiao Hu; Emilia Gómez & Eric Humphrey (red.),  Proceedings of the 19th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference.  Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique.  ISBN 978-2-9540351-2-3.  Demo.
  • Guilherme Schmidt Câmara & Anne Danielsen (2018). Groove, I: Rehding Alexander & Rings Steven (red.),  The Oxford Handbook of Critical Concepts in Music Theory.  Oxford University Press.  ISBN 9780190454746.  Groove.
  • Tejaswinee Kelkar; Udit Roy & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Evaluating a collection of Sound-Tracing Data of Melodic Phrases, I: Xiao Hu; Emilia Gómez; Emmanouil Benetos & Eric Humphrey (red.),  Proceedings of the 19th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference.  Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique.  ISBN 978-2-9540351-2-3.  KAPITTEL.
  • Olivier Lartillot; Hans-Hinrich Thedens & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Computational model of pitch detection, perceptive foundations, and application to Norwegian fiddle music, I: Sabrina Sattmann & Richard Parncutt (red.),  Proceedings of ICMPC15/ESCOM10.  Centre for Systematic Musicology, University of Graz.  ISBN 978-3-200-05771-5.  article.  s 252 - 255
  • Anne Danielsen (2018). Pulse as Dynamic Attending: Analysing Beat Bin Metre in Neo Soul Grooves, I: John Brackett; Ciro Scotto & Kenneth M. Smith (red.),  The Routledge Companion to Popular Music Analysis: Expanding Approaches.  Routledge.  ISBN 9781138683112.  Chapter 12.
  • Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez; Agata Zelechowska & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Muscle activity response of the audience during an experimental music performance, I: Stuart Cunningham (red.),  Proceedings of the Audio Mostly 2018 on Sound in Immersion and Emotion.  Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).  ISBN 978-1-4503-5373-1.  Sound and Immersion. Article 11.
  • Rolf Inge Godøy (2018). Sound-Motion Bonding in Body and Mind, I: Sander L. Gilman & Youn Kim (red.),  The Oxford Handbook of Music and the Body.  Oxford University Press.  ISBN 9780190636234.  Chapter.
  • Merve Akca (2018). Time course of selective attention for instrumental timbres and human voice, I: Erik Billing; Nils Dahlbäck; Mattias Arvola & Tom Ziemke (red.),  PROCEEDINGS OF THE 14TH SWEDISH COGNITIVE SCIENCE SOCIETY CONFERENCE.  The University of Skövde.  ISBN 978-91-983667-3-0.  Paper published at the proceedings.  s 10 - 11
  • Ulf A. S. Holbrook (2018). An Approach to Stochastic Spatialisation: A Case of Hot Pocket, I: Tom Martin; Doug Bowman & Luke Dahl (red.),  Proceedings of the International Conference On New Interfaces For Musical Expression.  Virginia Tech.  1.  s 31 - 32
  • Sofia Dahl & George Sioros (2018). Rhythmic recurrency in dance to music with ambiguous meter, I: Antonio Camurri & Gualtiero Volpe (red.),  Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Movement and Computing.  ACM Publications.  ISBN 978-1-4503-6504-8.  Article No. 38.

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  • Simon Høffding (2019). A Phenomenology of Musical Absorption. Palgrave Macmillan.  ISBN 978-3-030-00659-4.  300 s.

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  • Kjell Andreas Oddekalv (2019). Rap Flows PhD Thesis.
  • Ximena Alarcón Diaz (2019). Seminario Transdisciplinar: voz, memoria, violencia, comunidad, prácticas artísticas.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2019). Presentation of the MASHED-project.
  • Anne Danielsen (2019). Classic Album Sundays: Aretha Franklin (paneldeltakelse).
  • Kyrre Glette (2019). Kunstig intelligens for tilpasningsdyktige roboter.
  • Jim Tørresen (2019). Kunstig intelligens – hvem, hva og hvor. (Eng. Artificial Intelligence – who, what and where).
  • Jim Tørresen (2019). Kunstig intelligens – hvem, hva og hvor.
  • Kristian Nymoen (2019). Musikalske maskiner.
  • Jonna Katariina Vuoskoski (2019). Being moved by music: A prosocial emotional response?.
  • Olivier Lartillot (2019). The MIRAGE project.
  • Simon Høffding (2019). In the phenomenological workshop with “The Danish String Quartet":coping, mind-wandering and Amnesia.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). The importance of "nothing": studying human music-related micromotion.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Studying "nothing": complexities of human music-related micromotion.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius; Michael Francis Duch; Jørgen Langdalen; Tone Åse; Edvine Larsen & Tone Pernille Østern (2018). Kunsten å forske.
  • Anne Danielsen (2018). RITMO - a center for interdisciplinary research into rhythm, time and motion.
  • Anne Danielsen (2018). Veien til RITMO: Fra musikkestetikk til tverrfaglig rytmeforskning.
  • Anne Danielsen; Mats Sigvard Johansson & Mari Romarheim Haugen (2018). Presentasjon av TIME-prosjektet.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Kunnskapsledelse av et Senter for fremragende forskning.
  • Charles Patrick Martin (2018). Deep Predictive Models in Interactive Music.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Introduction to Musical Gestures Toolbox for Matlab.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Hvilken type IKT-kompetanse trenger humanister og samfunnsvitere?.
  • Kristian Nymoen (2018). Music Information Retrieval.
  • Kristian Nymoen (2018). Soundtracer - Et innblikk i innholdsbasert arkivsøk.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Comments on Open Science - Do we need a national action plan?.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). The recording and use of videos from music events – how to balance ethical requirements and FAIR principles using data from live concerts, music performances and the like?.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Åpen forskning - et humanistisk-teknologisk perspektiv.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). How I try to do it FAIR.
  • Tejaswinee Kelkar (2018). Python Toolboxes for Mocap Analysis.
  • Anne Danielsen (2018). Hvordan legge til rette for nytt tverrfaglig samarbeid mellom institutter og fakulteter? RITMO Senter for tverrfaglig forskning på rytme, tid og bevegelse..
  • Tejaswinee Kelkar (2018). Data visualization in Python.
  • Jim Tørresen (2018). Artificial Intelligence Applied for Real-World Systems.
  • Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen (2018). Panel ved boklansering av Yngvar Kjus bok "Live and Recorded: Music Experience in the Digital Millennuim".
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). RITMO - et nytt senter for fremragende forskning.
  • Anne Danielsen & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). The Norwegian Centre of Excellence RITMO Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time and Motion.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius; Njål Sparbo; Sagar Sen & Elisabeth Edvardsen (2018). Breath, breathing and the sensing of breathing.
  • Jim Tørresen (2018). Artificial Intelligence – State-of-the-art.
  • Jim Tørresen (2018). Roboter kommer nærmere – skal vi glede eller grue oss?.
  • Anne Danielsen & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Rytme i tid og rom.
  • Charles Patrick Martin (2018). Creative Prediction with Neural Networks.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Sophus Bugges Salong: Rytmer og følelser.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius; Anne Danielsen; Justin London; Katja Henriksen Schia & Filip Abramczyk (2018). Intellectual warm-up: "Rhythm".
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Motion Capture in Music Performance, Perception and Interaction.
  • Ximena Alarcón Diaz (2018). Fieldwork: Deep Listening Intensive-MOCAP Lab sessions.
  • Ximena Alarcón Diaz (2018). INTIMAL Listening in Dreams online sessions, reflecting on four spheres of migratory memory..
  • Jim Tørresen (2018). Remote Lab and Applications for High Performance and Embedded Architectures.
  • Charles Patrick Martin; Alexander Refsum Jensenius & Jim Tørresen (2018). Composing an ensemble standstill work for Myo and Bela.
  • Stefania Serafin; Sofia Dahl; Roberto Bresin; Alexander Refsum Jensenius; Runar Unnthorsson & Vesa Välimäki (2018). NordicSMC: A Nordic University Hub on Sound and Music Computing.
  • Yuta Suzuki; Tetsuto Minami; Bruno Laeng & Shigeki Nakauchi (2018). The differential effect of glowing appearance in the glare illusion: evidence from pupillometry.
  • Fumiyaki Sato; Bruno Laeng; Shigeki Nakauchi & Tetsuto Minami (2018). Pupil dilation reflects "Viewing from above bias" in the effort to control perception.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). The Musical Gestures Toolbox for Matlab.
  • Charles Patrick Martin & Jim Tørresen (2018). Predictive Musical Interaction with MDRNNs.
  • Alejandro Omar Blenkmann; James Lubell; Anais Llorens; Ingrid Funderud; Santiago Collavini; PG Larsson; Jugoslav Ivanovic; Torstein Ragnar Meling; Tristan Bekinschtein; Silvia Kochen; Tor Endestad; Robert T Knight & Anne-Kristin Solbakk (2018). Human insula response to auditory deviants: Evidence from intracranial EEG recordings.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Dans i musikkfaget i skolen.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Introduction to the SoundTracer Project.
  • Olivier Lartillot (2018). Sound analysis for gestural interactions with large music datasets.
  • Tejaswinee Kelkar; Udit Roy & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Evaluating a collection of Sound-Tracing Data of Melodic Phrases.
  • Agata Zelechowska; Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). How music moves us? Studying human body micromotion in music perception.
  • Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez; Charles Patrick Martin; Agata Zelechowska; Kari Anne Vadstensvik Bjerkestrand; Victoria Johnson & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2018). Bela-based augmented acoustic guitars for sonic microinteraction.
  • Anne Danielsen (2018). Analysing Popular Music in the Digital Age.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2017). Åpen forskning - et humanistisk-teknologisk perspektiv.
  • Victor Evaristo Gonzalez Sanchez; Agata Zelechowska & Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2017). The influence of music in people's standstill.
  • Jim Tørresen (2017). Brazilian Student Exchange Opportunities to University of Oslo.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2017). Quantitative Video analysis for Qualitative Research.
  • Kyrre Glette (2017). ROBIN: Robotics, Intelligent Systems and Evolutionary Computation.
  • Kyrre Glette (2017). Robotikk og kunstig intelligens.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2017). Kognisjon, musikk og teknologi.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2017). Musikk og bevegelse.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius; Kari Anne Vadstensvik Bjerkestrand; Marco Donnarumma; Are Brean & Jo C. Bruusgaard (2017). Panel: Biophysical Music.
  • Anne Danielsen (2017). Paneldeltakelse i serien Musikklære på Nasjonalbiblioteket, tema "Rytme".
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2017). Musikk og bevegelses-laben ved Institutt for musikkvitenskap.
  • Alexander Refsum Jensenius (2017). Status musikkteknologi ved UiO: forskning og undervisning.
  • Anne Danielsen (2017). Paneldeltakelse i serien Musikklære på Nasjonalbiblioteket, tema "Låten".
  • J.W.Y. Kam; J.J. Lin; Tor Endestad; Anne-Kristin Solbakk; P.G. Larsson; S. Griffin & Robert T. Knight (2017). Contributions of medial prefrontal cortex to internally directed attention.
  • S.J.K. Slama; Anne-Kristin Solbakk; Tor Endestad; P.G. Larsson; Jack J. Lin; D. King-Stephens; K.D. Laxer; P.B. Weber & Robert T. Knight (2017). Intracranial recordings define a cortical-mesial temporal network in top-down and bottom-up attention.
  • Anne Danielsen; Justin London & Kristian Nymoen (2017). Mapping the Beat Bin: The Effects of Rise Time, Duration, and Frequency Range on the Perceived Timing of Musical Sounds.
  • Skaansar Jo; Bruno Laeng & Danielsen Anne (2017). Pupil response reflects processing of microtiming in musical grooves: a study of musicians and non-musicians.
  • Fumiyaki Sato; Bruno Laeng; Shigeki Nakauchi & Tetsuto Minami (2017). Pupil dilation during perception of the Necker cube reflects the viewing-from-above bias.

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