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Playsound.space: enhancing a live performance tool with semantic recommendations

@inproceedings{Viola2018PlaysoundspaceEA,
  title={Playsound.space: enhancing a live performance tool with semantic recommendations},
  author={Fabio Viola and Ariane Stolfi and Alessia Milo and Miguel Ceriani and Mathieu Barthet and Gy{\"o}rgy Fazekas},
  year={2018}
}
Playsound is a simple and intuitive tool for collaborative music composition based on sounds from Freesound, an online repository of diverse audio content with Creative Commons licenses. In this paper, we present an approach based on Semantic Web technologies to provide recommendations to Playsound users. A Semantic Web of Things architecture is outlined, showing loosely coupled, independent software agents interoperating by means of a semantic publish/subscribe platform and a set of ontologies… 

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