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AERFAI Summer School on Deep Learning

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Alicante July 5-6, 2017

10th international workshop on Machine Learning and Music

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Barcelona: 6th October 2017

Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence Group

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Welcome to the page of the Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence Group of the University of Alicante. Here you will find information about the members of our group, our publications and an overview of our activities. Check the events page if you want information about upcoming events such as workshops, tutorials or special issues of journals.

Our group is part of the Department of Software and Computing Systems at the University of Alicante.

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News:

  • 2018-02-16: New book published: "Machine Learning and Music Generation". José M. Iñesta, Darrell Conklin, Rafael Ramirez & Thomas M. Fiore. Ed. Routledge - Taylor & Francis.
  • 2018-01-30: New paper accepted: Antonio Pertusa, Antonio-Javier Gallego, Marisa Bernabeu: "MirBot, a collaborative object recognition system for smartphones using convolutional neural networks". In: Neurocomputing.
  • 2018-01-17: New paper published: David Rizo, Beatriz Pascual, José M. Iñesta, Luis Antonio González, Antonio Ezquerro. "TOWARDS THE DIGITAL ENCODING OF HISPANIC WHITE MENSURAL NOTATION". In: Anuario Musical, Nº 72 enero-diciembre 2017
  • 2017-12-22: New paper accepted: Antonio-Javier Gallego, Damián López, and Jorge Calera-Rubio. "Grammatical inference of directed acyclic graph languages with polynomial time complexity". In: Journal of Computer and System Sciences
  • 2017-12-13: New paper accepted: David Rizo, Nieves Pascual, Craig Sapp. "White mensural manual encoding: from **kern to MEI". In: Music Encoding Conference 2018
  • 2017-12-13: New paper accepted: David Rizo, Nieves Pascual, Craig Sapp. "White mensural manual encoding: from **kern to MEI". In: Music Encoding Conference 2018
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