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<h2>Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings, Volume 9051, </h2>
    <span class="authors">Eleanor Selfridge-Field, Frans Wiering, and Geraint A. Wiggins</span>
    <span class="title">09051 Abstracts Collection – Knowledge representation for intelligent music processing</span>
    <a class="doi" href="">10.4230/DagSemProc.09051.1</a>
    <span class="authors">Alan Marsden</span>
    <span class="title">Ambiguity and Multiplicity in Music Representation</span>
    <a class="doi" href="">10.4230/DagSemProc.09051.2</a>
    <span class="authors">Sebastian Ewert, Meinard Müller, Daniel Müllensiefen, Michael Clausen, and Geraint A. Wiggins</span>
    <span class="title">Case Study ``Beatles Songs&#039;&#039; – What can be Learned from Unreliable Music Alignments?</span>
    <a class="doi" href="">10.4230/DagSemProc.09051.3</a>
    <span class="authors">Olivier Lartillot</span>
    <span class="title">Motivic Pattern Mining</span>
    <a class="doi" href="">10.4230/DagSemProc.09051.4</a>
    <span class="authors">Donald Byrd</span>
    <span class="title">Studying Music is Difficult and Important: Challenges of Music Knowledge Representation</span>
    <a class="doi" href="">10.4230/DagSemProc.09051.5</a>
    <span class="authors">Theodor Dumitrescu, Johannes Kepper, Andreas Kornstädt, Daniel Röwenstruck, Perry Roland, Craig Sapp, and Eleanor Selfridge-Field</span>
    <span class="title">The Dagstuhl Core</span>
    <a class="doi" href="">10.4230/DagSemProc.09051.6</a>
    <span class="authors">Meinard Müller, Peter Grosche, and Frans Wiering</span>
    <span class="title">Towards Automated Processing of Folk Song Recordings</span>
    <a class="doi" href="">10.4230/DagSemProc.09051.7</a>
    <span class="authors">Christian Fremerey, Meinard Mueller, and Michael Clausen</span>
    <span class="title">Towards Bridging the Gap between Sheet Music and Audio</span>
    <a class="doi" href="">10.4230/DagSemProc.09051.8</a>

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