A copy of this work was available on the public web and has been preserved in the Wayback Machine. The capture dates from 2018; you can also visit the original URL.
The file type is
Beginning from a wide theoretical discussion in 'Internet2 and Global Electroacoustic Music: Navigating a decision space of production, relationships and languages', Ian Whalley maps a multi-dimensional ... Ian Whalley (firstname.lastname@example.org) Ken Fields (email@example.com) https://www.cambridge.org/core/terms. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1355771811000586 Downloaded from https://www.cambridge.org/core. ...doi:10.1017/s1355771811000586 fatcat:6wxpsu72ozcvhi3gmm2xvyqa6q
Like several contributors to this issue, Ian Whalley is a composer who has also developed an interactive score system. ... Lonce Wyse (firstname.lastname@example.org) Ian Whalley (email@example.com) https://www.cambridge.org/core/terms. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1355771814000193 Downloaded from https://www.cambridge.org/core ...doi:10.1017/s1355771814000193 fatcat:spq5sxrpn5dbnligzxesr32tiu
While Paine's conversational model is a useful starting point in advancing interactive music systems research, the limitations have been noted in the literature [see Whalley, 16] , as not all conversations ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.1177923 fatcat:sivgxldrujaqtnbe4bgqz3o6pe
In the final paper dedicated to the theme, Ian Whalley looks at traditional New Zealand Mäori instruments, composition and digital technology. ...doi:10.1017/s1355771805000610 fatcat:h2ehzsvdhbhnvb7uiglo4qfxcm
The Covid-19 pandemic has sparked many questions about the future of work and employment with increasing rates of remote working expected to persist. The possibility that commuters will spend less time in city centres, has led many industry experts to predict new growth in rural coworking. In this article, we draw on interviews with 15 coworking operators to examine the newdoi:10.1080/13673882.2021.00001096 fatcat:l5fij7qpenalrcqrevo3ezouzm
Initial work explored alternative methods of scoring in the idiom (Whalley 1999a) . ... This was extended to address concerns about a diminishing sense of music as a dramatic art in much current computer music (Whalley 1999b) . ...doi:10.1017/s1355771800005057 fatcat:bpj2vzwhrfcqlo5gb4e24h7opy
., 2001; Whalley, 2002) . We have found that bigger brains do not act as a proxy of reserve in terms of the passive model for reserve mediation. ...doi:10.1093/brain/awh144 pmid:15047587 fatcat:g2lgo33rdfgznl2gdvlwh2nnbu
A high level of expertise is scripted into the MAS based on the author's knowledge and experience of the instruments and their electroacoustic manipulations (Whalley 2002) . ... contrast, the ability to create within and extend known archetypes reflects a view where the needs of innovation and communication are more carefully balanced in a creative outcome (see Milicevic 1998; Whalley ...doi:10.1017/s135577180400024x fatcat:5yfmj2rapvfshdfqnxf3mzvqim
The Whalley group material had been wrongly assigned to the Heller & Liu paper. The Whalley group paper should be third on the desert loess listing. ... The quotation is a critical statement from Whalley et al. (1982) . ...doi:10.2478/logos-2019-0007 fatcat:2kntz2hoqfhkhdvyonkwp3sm7u
COMPOSITIONAL THEME Following this work Ian Whalley and Buddy Te Whare discussed a cultural and environmental basis to tie together a collection of compositions. ... Finally, Ian Whalley, the Digital Music Studio Director at the University of Waikato, acted as the project director. He aided the collection of all sound material, and subsequent audio analysis. ...doi:10.1017/s1355771808000356 fatcat:q33qtamfobhene6ptph6s5hvwy
Server virtualization opens up a range of new possibilities for autonomic datacenter management, through the availability of new automation mechanisms that can be exploited to control and monitor tasks running within virtual machines. This offers not only new and more flexible control to the operator using a management console, but also more powerful and flexible autonomic control, through management software that maintains the system in a desired state in the face of changing workload anddoi:10.1145/1341312.1341329 fatcat:4groubta7bhcbhe72inhfwjrae
more »... d. This paper explores in particular the use of server virtualization technology in the autonomic management of data centers running a heterogeneous mix of workloads. We present a system that manages heterogeneous workloads to their performance goals and demonstrate its effectiveness via realsystem experiments and simulation. We also present some of the significant challenges to wider usage of virtual servers in autonomic datacenter management.
Extending this approach and using similar production techniques, but manipulating the source material extensively to create new instruments and sonic textures, Ian Whalley (2002) used a range of samples ... The group incorporated Polynesian rhythms played on purposely constructed and tuned percussion instruments made from PVC plastic pipes (Dart, Elmsly and Whalley 2001; Whalley 2004a) . ...doi:10.1017/s1355771805000671 fatcat:ithfd247yvhs7mlmhkjhpmiy7a
A new generation of applications requires reduced power consumption without sacrificing performance. Instruction pipelining is commonly used to meet application performance requirements, but some implementation aspects of pipelining are inefficient with respect to energy usage. We propose static pipelining as a new instruction set architecture to enable more efficient instruction flow through the pipeline, which is accomplished by exposing the pipeline structure to the compiler. While thisdoi:10.1145/2499369.2465559 fatcat:ntxqjagaibchvojzqdefk7bz6u
more »... ach simplifies hardware pipeline requirements, significant modifications to the compiler are required. This paper describes the code generation and compiler optimizations we implemented to exploit the features of this architecture. We show that we can achieve performance and code size improvements despite a very low-level instruction representation. We also demonstrate that static pipelining of instructions reduces energy usage by simplifying hardware, avoiding many unnecessary operations, and allowing the compiler to perform optimizations that are not possible on traditional architectures.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The Unity project is a prototype autonomic system demonstrating and validating a number of ideas about self-managing computing systems. We are currently working to enhance the self-configuring and self-optimizing aspects of the system by incorporating the notion of component availability into the system's policies, and into its models of itself.doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30184-4_22 fatcat:r7h7mzmxcjd7lli2tdqa3ijxnm
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 946 results