Internet of Musical Things: Vision and Challenges

@article{Turchet2018InternetOM,
  title={Internet of Musical Things: Vision and Challenges},
  author={Luca Turchet and C. Fischione and Georg Essl and Dami{\'a}n Keller and Mathieu Barthet},
  journal={IEEE Access},
  year={2018},
  volume={6},
  pages={61994-62017}
}
The Internet of Musical Things (IoMusT) is an emerging research field positioned at the intersection of Internet of Things, new interfaces for musical expression, ubiquitous music, human–computer interaction, artificial intelligence, and participatory art. From a computer science perspective, IoMusT refers to the networks of computing devices embedded in physical objects (musical things) dedicated to the production and/or reception of musical content. Musical things, such as smart musical… 

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