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  • Holland,S., Wilkie,K., Bouwer, A., Dalgleish.M and Mulholland,P. (2011) Whole Body Interaction in Abstract Domains, In England, D. (Ed.) Whole Body Interaction. Human–Computer Interaction Series, Springer Verlag, London. ISBN 978-0-85729-432-6. Pre-Print WholeBodyInteractionInAbstractDomains.pdf.

  • Holland, S. (2010) Asymmetrical Multi-User Co-operative Whole Body Interaction in Abstract Domains. Paper presented at Workshop on Whole Body Interaction, CHI 2010, Atlanta. Holland Asymmetrical WholeBody CHI2010.pdf

  • Holland, S., Marshall, P., Bird, J., Dalton, S. N., Morris, R., Pantidi, N., Rogers, Y. and Clark, A. (2009) Running up Blueberry Hill: Prototyping Whole Body Interaction in Harmony Space. TEI 2009. Proceedings of the Third Conference on Tangible and Embodied Interaction. ISBN 978-1-60558-493-5 pp 92-98. ACM New York. Oro ID 17966. Pre-Print BlueberryHillWholeBodyInteraction.pdf

  • Wilkie, K., Holland, S. and Mulholland, P. (2009) Evaluating Musical Software Using Conceptual Metaphors. In Proceedings of BCS Human Computer Interaction, Ed. Blackwell, A. 2009 pp 232-237. EWIC, ISSN 1477-9358. Oro ID 17967. BCS HCI 2009 Wilkie Evaluating musical software.pdf

  • Holland, S., Marshall, P. and Bird, J. (2009) Prototyping Whole Body Navigation of Harmony Space. Paper presented at Workshop on Whole Body Interaction, CHI 2009, Boston. Holland CHI2009.pdf

  • Bird, J., Holland, S., Marshall, P., Rogers, Y. and Clark, A. (2008) Feel the Force: Using Tactile Technologies to Investigate the Extended Mind. In Proceedings of Devices that Alter Perception Workshop (DAP 08), pp. 1-4 as part of Ubicomp 2008, Seoul, Korea (winner of best paper award). pdf here.

Earlier Publications

  • Holland, S. (2000) Artificial Intelligence in Music Education: a critical review. In Miranda, E. (ed.) Readings in Music and Artificial Intelligence, Contemporary Music Studies Vol. 20. Pages 239-274, ISBN 90-5755-094-6, ISSN 0891-5415. Harwood Academic Publishers, Amsterdam. Artificial Intelligence MusicEd.pdf.

  • Howard, P., Holland, S. and Whitelock, D. (1994) Keyboard Harmony: some applications of computers in music education. In Musical Times, ISSN 0027 46666 Volume CXXXV No. 1817 pages 467- 471.Computers in Music Education.pdf

  • Holland, S. (1994) Learning about harmony with Harmony Space: an overview. In Smith, M. and Wiggins, G. (Eds.) Music Education: An Artificial Intelligence Approach. Springer Verlag, London.

  • Holland, S. (1992) Interface Design for Empowerment: A case study from music in Holland, S., and Edwards, A. (1992) (Eds) Multimedia Interface Design in Education. Springer Verlag, Hiedelberg.

  • Holland, S. (1987) Direct Manipulation tools for novices based on new cognitive theories of harmony. pp 182 -189 Proceedings of 1987 International Computer Music Conference.

  • Holland, S. (1986) Design considerations for a human computer interface using 12-tone three-dimensional Harmony space to aid novices to learn aspects of harmony and composition. OU IET CITE report no. 7, August 1986.


  • Camilleri, Professor Lelio, (1987). Letture Critiche. Three page critical review of Harmony Space In BeQuadro, April.

  • Durham, Tony, 1987. “Musician and Machine in perfect Harmony?”. 2 page review, in 'Computing', February 26 1987.>