JIM 2005
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-Sound space, spatialisation and electroacoustic music

-Sound visualisation

-Computing and formalised music


We also encourage papers, essays, demonstrations and posters in the following fields:

Formalisation and representation of musical structures
Formalisation and modelling of musical knowledge
Environment and languages for computer aided composition
Systems of composition and automatic arrangement
Tools for music analysis
Systems for music editing and publishing
Software for optical recognition of scores
Modelling and simulation of musical interpretation
Music software and hardware for execution and interpretation of music
Systems for sound synthesis
Modelling of musical instruments
Systems of analysis and treatment of sound signals
Spatialisation and modelling of acoustic space
Environments for interactive music
Recognition and automatic extraction of musical parameters
Normalisation, archiving and transmission of musical information
Modelling and simulation of musical and sound perception
System and protocols of real time music
Reports of music research centres

JIM also calls for papers proposing philosophical, aesthetical or historical reflections on computer music