Populating the Smart Musical Instruments Ontology with Data

  title={Populating the Smart Musical Instruments Ontology with Data},
  author={Luca Turchet and Guixia Zhu and Paolo Bouquet},
  journal={2020 27th Conference of Open Innovations Association (FRUCT)},
One of the main instances of Musical Things within the Internet of Musical Things (IoMusT) paradigm is the emerging family of Smart Musical Instruments (SMIs). This is a category of musical instruments encompassing sensors, actuators, embedded intelligence, and wireless connectivity to local networks and to the Internet. Recently, an ontology to represent this domain has been proposed, the Smart Musical Instruments Ontology. However, a database gathering SMIs instances was missing. Such a… 
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