David De Roure, Graham Klyne, John Pybus, David Weigl, Kevin Page, Oxford Research Centre, University of Oxford
The SOFA Ontological Fragment Assembler enables the combination of musical fragments into compositions, using semantic annotations to suggest compatible choices.
- The SOFA Ontological Fragment Assembler
- Enables the combination of musical fragments into compositions
- Uses semantic annotations to suggest compatible choices
- Numbers into Notes generates fragments
- Match services create annotations to mark possible matches
- Makes use of the MELD framework
Kevin Page is a Senior researcher at the University of Oxford, leads the FAST Music Flows strand. His work applies Linked Data to the organisation and analysis of music and musical information.
John Pybus is a Research Software Engineer at the Oxford e-Research Centre with an interest in connecting systems using Linked Data, and in using this to solve researchers’ problems.
David Weigl is a postdoctoral researcher in Music and Linked Data at the Oxford e-Research Centre. Lead developer of the Music Encoding and Linked Data (MELD) framework, and amateur funk bassist.