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Sunday October  12, 2014
9:30 - 11:00 AM Session I: Paper Presentations (30 minutes each)
A New Arab-Andalusian Music Theory
Amin Chaachoo
Freelance musicologist
The Art of Melodic Extension Within and Beyond the Usul: Compositions in Usul Zencir 120/4, the longest Rhythmic Cycle of Ottoman Music
Walter Zev Feldman
NYUAD
Rhythms in Ragtime - investigating genre characteristics with a computational approach to metric hierarchies
Anja Volk
Utrecht University
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11:30 - 1:00 PM Session II: Paper Presentations (30 minutes each)
Performing Rhythm in Computer Musical Instruments
Jaime Oliver
NYU
On Real-time Composition
Carlos Guedes
NYUAD
Timing and Phrasing in Voyager
George Lewis
Columbia
6:30 - 8:00 PM PUBLIC PERFORMANCE
        
    NYUAD Conference Center Auditorium
    "Music Diversity in Concert II"
    Akshay Anantapadmanabhan Percussion
    Gideon Alorwoyie Percussion
    Jaime Oliver Computer Musician
    Gérard Assayag Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)
    Barak Schmool Saxophonist

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Monday October  13, 2014
9:30 - 11:00 AM Session III: Paper Presentations (30 minutes each)

Tracking the odd: Bayesian meter inference in culturally diverse musical collections
Andre Holzapfel
NYUAD
Neural networks for pulse perception in musical rhythm
Edward Large
University of Connecticut
Rhythm analysis in the CompMusic project
Xavier Serra
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
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11:30 - 1:00 PM Session IV: Paper Presentations (30 minutes each)

Hyperactive rhythms: on the identity, mutation and persistence of sampled beats and breaks in electronic music
Noel Lobley
Oxford University
Linguistic Meaning in Anlo-Ewe Drum Patterns of Agbadza
Gideon Alorwoyie
Universtiy of North Texas
Anku's Theory of African Rhythm
Kofi Agawu
Princeton University
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Tuesday October  14, 2014
9:30 - 11:00 AM Session V: Paper Presentations (30 minutes each)

Deterministic multi-level rhythmical patterns (MLP), and some examples of their uses in rhythm research
Guy Madison
NYUAD
Recognizing the Bar Line
Robert Rowe
NYU
Metre, entrainment and isochrony: Lessons and questions from rupak tal
Martin Clayton
Durham University
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11:30 - 1:00 PM Session VI: Paper Presentations (30 minutes each)

Measuring the Complexity of Musical Rhythm Duration Patterns
Godfried Toussaint
NYUAD
Automatic Time-Alignment of Spoken Sentences
William Sethares
University of Wisconsin-Madison
A metapatterns perspective on rhythm
Tyler Volk
NYU
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Wednesday October  15, 2014
9:30 - 11:00 AM Session VII: Paper Presentations (30 minutes each)

Onset detection and stroke recognition for percussion instruments in Carnatic music
Hema Murthy
IIT, Madras
Repetition without repetition: insights from rhythmic variability in music and dance
Luiz Naveda
Minas Gerais University
From Genre Classification to Rhythm Similarity
Juan Bello
NYU
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11:30 - 1:00 PM Session VIII: Paper Presentations (30 minutes each)

"Rhythmic Substructure" in music from African and the African diaspora
Barak Schmool
Freelancer
Improvised Symbolic Interaction between Humans and Digital Agents
Gerard Assayag
IRCAM
Computer improvisation, metrical structures and phrasing
Marc Chemillier
l'École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, France
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