Call for abstracts: Statistical Musicology at ECDA 2014

Dear colleague,

I would like to announce a Session “Statistical Musicology” at the 38th annual conference of the German Classification Society (GfKl), called the 2nd European Conference on Data Analysis, July 2 – 4, 2014, in Bremen (Germany).

The conferences of the GfKl are well-known for both, their theoretical and their practical contributions, on various fields of classification and data analysis. Since last year, the GfKl conferences are called European Conferences on Data Analysis. Statistical Musicology is the eleventh time on the schedule of the GfKl conference. On the first ten occasions the musicology sessions comprised between 6 and 10 papers each. Moreover, there were invited talks in the field in 2004 by Jan Beran, in 2009 by Taylan Cemgil, and in 2010 by myself at the conference.

In 2014 the session is again open to all topics in the field. The idea is to give all statistically oriented groups in the field a forum to improve communication as well as to give us the chance to also join statistical methodology oriented sessions on supervised and unsupervised learning and data analysis in general at the conference.

I would like to invite you and your group cordially to present a paper at the musicology session.

Please note that abstracts have to be submitted until March 15, 2014 extended to March 31, 2014!!

More information and templates can be found under:
http://ecda2014.eu .

Papers corresponding to presentations can be published in post-conference proceedings. Full papers can be submitted until September 30, 2014.

I am looking forward to welcome you at the conference.

Best regards,

C. Weihs
(Session Organizer)

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