Chrisoula Alexandraki
Chrisoula Alexandraki
Dept. of Music Technology and Acoustics, Hellenic Mediterranean University
Verified email at hmu.gr
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Exploring new perspectives in network music performance: The DIAMOUSES framework
C Alexandraki, D Akoumianakis
Computer Music Journal 34 (2), 66-83, 2010
502010
Distributed collective practices in collaborative music performance
D Akoumianakis, G Vellis, I Milolidakis, D Kotsalis, C Alexandraki
Proceedings of the 3rd international conference on Digital Interactive Media …, 2008
212008
Web accessibility through adaptation
C Alexandraki, A Paramythis, N Maou, C Stephanidis
International Conference on Computers for Handicapped Persons, 302-309, 2004
172004
Towards the implementation of a generic platform for networked music performance: the diamouses approach
C Alexandraki, P Koutlemanis, P Gasteratos, N Valsamakis, ...
ICMC, 251-258, 2008
162008
Collaborative music making as ‘remediated’practice
D Akoumianakis, G Ktistakis, G Vlachakis, P Zervas, C Alexandraki
2013 18th International Conference on Digital Signal Processing (DSP), 1-8, 2013
132013
Collective practices in common information spaces: Insight from two case studies
D Akoumianakis, C Alexandraki
Human–Computer Interaction 27 (4), 311-351, 2012
132012
Virtual Community Practices and Social Interactive Media: Technology Lifecycle and Workflow Analysis: Technology Lifecycle and Workflow Analysis
D Akoumianakis
IGI Global, 2009
132009
Requirements and Application Scenarios in the Context of Network Based Music Collaboration
C Alexandraki, I Kalantzis
AXMEDIS 2007 Conference (i-maestro workshop), 39-46, 2007
122007
Enabling virtual music performance communities
C Alexandraki, N Valsamakis
Virtual Communities: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications, 857-876, 2011
112011
The MusiNet project: Towards unraveling the full potential of Networked Music Performance systems
D Akoumianakis, C Alexandraki, V Alexiou, C Anagnostopoulou, ...
IISA 2014, The 5th International Conference on Information, Intelligence …, 2014
92014
Using Computer Accompaniment to Assist Networked Music Performance
C Alexandraki, R Bader
AES 53rd Conference on Semantic Audio, 1-10, 2014
82014
Understanding Networked Music Communities through a practice-lens: Virtual'tells' and cultural artifacts
D Akoumianakis, C Alexandraki
2010 International Conference on Intelligent Networking and Collaborative …, 2010
72010
Incorporating accessibility in web-based work environments: two alternative approaches and issues involved
I Basdekis, C Alexandraki, A Mourouzis, C Stephanidis
Universal Access in HCI: Exploring New Dimensions of Diversity. Proceedings …, 2005
72005
Anticipatory Networked Communications for Live Musical Interactions of Acoustic Instruments
C Alexandraki, R Bader
Journal of New Music Research, 2016
52016
The musinet project: Addressing the challenges in networked music performance systems
D Akoumianakis, C Alexandraki, V Alexiou, C Anagnostopoulou, ...
2015 6th International Conference on Information, Intelligence, Systems and …, 2015
52015
Personalisable, context-aware services: the PALIO approach
A Paramythis, C Alexandraki, I Segkos, N Maou, C Stephanidis
Universal Access in HCI: Inclusive Design in the Information Society …, 2003
52003
Real-time machine listening and segmental re-synthesis for networked music performance
C Alexandraki
Staats-und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg Carl von Ossietzky, 2014
42014
DIAMOUSES-An Experimental Platform for Network-based Collaborative Musical Interactions
C Alexandraki, P Koutlemanis, P Gasteratos, D Akoumianakis, M Giannis, ...
International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems 2, 30-37, 2008
42008
Experimental investigations and future possibilities in network-mediated folk music performance
C Alexandraki
Computational Phonogram Archiving, 207-228, 2019
32019
Real-time concatenative synthesis for networked musical interactions
C Alexandraki, R Bader
International Congress on Acoustics, 9, 2013
32013
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