Chrisoula Alexandraki

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The paper reports on the design of a prototype system to facilitate intertwining of on-line and off-line practices during collaborative networked music master classes. Our approach links with recent theoretical thinking inspired from the concept of communities of practice and aims to devise a system to provide a virtual 'place' for engaging in the practice(More)
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This paper presents the eAccessibilityEngine tool, which employs adaptation techniques to automatically render web pages accessible by users with different types of disabilities. Specifically, the eAccessibilityEngine is capable of automatically transforming web pages to attain AAA-level conformance to the W3C WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and to(More)
The MusiNet research project aims to provide a comprehensive architecture and a prototype implementation of a complete Networked Music Performance (NMP) system. In this paper we describe the current status of the project, focusing on critical decisions regarding the system's architecture and specifications, the low delay audio and video coding techniques to(More)
The paper investigates how practice-based studies can provide a lens for understanding the life of virtual communities. The domain of investigation is music interpretation lessons as conducted using the DIAMOUSES system for networked music performance. The practice-based framework proposed is built around two notions: technology inscribed structures and(More)
This paper proposes a novel scheme for audio communication in synchronous musical performances carried out over computer networks. The proposed scheme uses techniques inspired from computer accompaniment systems, in which a software agent follows the performance of a human musician in real-time, by synchronizing a pre-recorded musical accompaniment to the(More)
This paper presents the progress in the MusiNet research project, which aims to provide a comprehensive architecture and a prototype implementation of a Networked Music Performance (NMP) system. We describe the Musinet client and server components, and the different approaches followed in our research effort in order to culminate in the most appropriate(More)