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Deliverable D 6 . 12 Report on the evaluation of the ACE from a holistic and technological perspective

@inproceedings{MiloDeliverableD6,
  title={Deliverable D 6 . 12 Report on the evaluation of the ACE from a holistic and technological perspective},
  author={Alessia Milo and Sasha Mile Rudan and Anna Xamb{\'o}}
}
Grant agreement nr 688382 Project full title Audio Commons: An Ecosystem for Creative Reuse of Audio Content Project acronym AudioCommons Project duration 36 Months (February 2016 January 2019) Work package WP6 Due date 31 January 2019 (M36) Submission date 31 January 2019 (M36) Report availability Public (X), Confidential ( ) Deliverable type Report (X), Demonstrator ( ), Other ( ) Task leader QMUL Authors Alessia Milo, Sasha Rudan, Anna Xambó, György Fazekas, Mathieu Barthet Document status… 

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