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2014

  • Katie Wilkie, Simon Holland and Paul Mulholland (2014) Eliciting Domain Knowledge Using Conceptual Metaphors: A Case Study from Music Interaction. Sep 09 - Sep 12. BCS HCI 2014.
  • Tom Mudd, Nick Dalton Simon Holland and Paul Mulholland (2014) Dynamical Interactions with Electronic Instruments. 14th International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME 2014) Goldsmiths London, June 30 – July 2014.
  • Bellingham, M., Simon, S., Mulholland, P. (2014) A cognitive dimensions analysis of interaction design for algorithmic composition software. Psychology of Programming 25th Anniversary Conference, Jun 25 - Jun 27. (PPIG 2014).
  • Tom Mudd, Nick Dalton Simon Holland and Paul Mulholland (2014) Dynamical Systems in Interaction Design for Improvisation. Workshop on Human Computer Improvisation 2014, ACM conference on Designing Interactive Systems, Vancouver. To be published in ACM Proceedings. June 21st - 25th, Vancouver BC Canada.

2013

  • A. Valjamae, T. Steffert, S. Holland, X. Marimon, R. Benitez, S. Mealla, A. Oliveira, S. Jorda (2013) A review of real-time EEG Sonification Research, ICAD 2013, ICAD The 19th International Conference on Auditory Display July 6–10, 2013, Lodz, Poland.
  • Vassilis Angelis, Simon Holland, Martin Clayton and Paul J. Upton. (2013) Testing a computational model of rhythm perception using polyrhythmic stimuli. Journal of New Music Research. Volume 42 Issue 1 March 2013.
  • Music and Human Computer Interaction (2013) Editors Simon Holland, Katie Wilkie, Paul Mulholland and Allan Seago. Springer Verlag, London. ISBN 978-1-4471-2989-9.
  • Holland, Simon; Wilkie, Katie; Mulholland, Paul and Seago, Allan (2013). Music interaction: understanding music and human-computer interaction. In: Holland, Simon; Wilkie, Katie; Mulholland, Paul and Seago, Allan eds. Music and Human-Computer Interaction. Cultural Computing. London: Springer, (2013).
  • Wilkie, Katie; Holland, Simon and Mulholland, Paul (2013). Towards a participatory approach for interaction design based on conceptual metaphor theory: a case study from music interaction. In: Holland, Simon; Wilkie, Katie; Mulholland, Paul and Seago, Allan eds. Music and Human-Computer Interaction. Cultural Computing. London: Springer, (2013).
  • Bouwer, Anders; Holland, Simon and Dalgleish, Mat (2013). The Haptic Bracelets: learning multi-limb rhythm skills from haptic stimuli while reading. In: Holland, Simon; Wilkie, Katie; Mulholland, Paul and Seago, Allan eds. Music and Human-Computer Interaction. Cultural Computing. London: Springer, (2013).
  • Bouwer, Anders; Holland, Simon and Dalgleish, Mat (2013). Song walker harmony space: embodied interaction design for complex musical skills. In: Holland, Simon; Wilkie, Katie; Mulholland, Paul and Seago, Allan eds. Music and Human-Computer Interaction. Cultural Computing. London: Springer, (2013).

2012

  • Prechtl, A., Milne, A., Holland, S., Laney, R. and Sharp, D. (2012) A MIDI sequencer that widens access to the compositional possibilities of novel tunings Computer Music Journal Vol. 16, No. 1 (Spring 2012).
  • Nicholas Dalton, Gordon MacKay, Simon Holland (2012) Kolab: Appropriation & Improvisation in Mobile Tangible Collaborative Interaction. In Proceedings of DIS 2012: ACM conference on Designing interactive systems, Association for Computing Machinery. New York ACM Press.

2011

  • Hughes, Craig; Wermelinger, Michel and Holland, Simon (2011). Sound Spheres: A Design Study of the Articulacy of a Non-Contact Finger Tracking Virtual Musical Instrument. In: 8th Sound and Music Computing Conference, 6-9 July 2011, Padova, Italy.
  • Milne, A.J., Carlé, M., Sethares, W.A., Noll, T., & Holland, S. (2011). Scratching the scale labyrinth. In C. Agon, E. Amiot, M. Andreatta, G. Assayag, J. Bresson, & J. Mandereau (Eds.), Mathematics and Computation in Music: Third International Conference, MCM 2011, Paris, France, June 2011 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 6726, pp. 180–195). Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.
  • Milne, A.J., Xambó, A., Laney, R., Sharp, D.B., Prechtl, A., & Holland, S. (2011). Hex Player—a virtual musical controller. In A.R. Jensenius, A. Tveit, R. Godøy, & D. Overholt (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME11) (pp. 244–247). Oslo, Norway.
  • 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.

2010

  • Wilkie, K., Holland,S. and Mulholland, P. (2010) What Can the Language of Musicians Tell Us about Music Interaction Design? Computer Music Journal, 34(4). Pre-Print CMJ Wilkie Language Music Interaction Design.pdf - Final version at CMJ
  • Seago, A. Holland, S. and Mulholland, P. (2010) A novel user interface for musical timbre design. Audio Engineering Society AES, Proceedings of 128th Convention. London. 17 pp May 22-25, 2010. AES 128.pdf
  • Holland, S., Bouwer, A., Dalgleish, M., & Hurtig, T. (2010). Feeling the Beat where it counts: Fostering Multi-limb Rhythm Skills with the Haptic Drum Kit. In Proceedings of TEI 2010 Pages 21-28. ACM New York NY USA. ISBN: 978-1-60558-841-4. DOI 10.1145/1709886.1709892. Oro ID 18900. HapticDrumKitTEI2010.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
  • Tetley, Josie; Holland, Caroline; Nederland, Trud; Toorn, Jessica van den; Reichert, Monika; Lis, Katharina; Mason, Anne; Kokol, Peter; Blazun , Helena; Hughes, Jonathan; Waights, Verina and Holland, Simon (2010). Older people & technological innovations-lifelong, learning and applications for health and wellbeing. In: Fourth European Nursing Congress Older Persons: the Future of Care., 4 - 7 Oct 2010, Rotterdam.
  • Tetley, Josephine; Holland, Caroline; Hughes, Jonathan; Waights, Verina and Holland, Simon (2010). Older people and technological innovations: lifelong learning and applications for health and wellbeing. In: 39th British Society of Gerontology Annual Conference, 6-8 July 2010, Brunel University, Uxbridge.

2009

  • 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

2008

  • 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.
  • Seago, A. Holland, S. and Mulholland, P. (2008) Timbre space as synthesis space: towards a navigation based approach to timbre specification. Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics Conference, 2008, Vol 30 Pt 2. 8pp. Oro ID 19497.SeagoIOA2008.pdf

2007

2006

  • Hill, P., Holland, S., and Laney, R. (2006). Symmetric composition of musical concerns. In Proceedings of the 5th international Conference on Aspect-Oriented Software Development. ACM Press, New York, NY, pp 226 – 236. AOSD Aspect music.pdf

2005

  • Seago, A, Holland, S. and Mulholland, P. (2005) "Towards a Mapping of Timbral Space", Proceedings of Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology (CIMo05), Observatoire International de la Création Musicale, Montreal, Canada, and Music Faculty of University of Montreal. TimbralSpaceSeagoCIM05.pdf
  • Holland, Simon (2005). A first empirical study of direct combination in a ubiquitous environment. In: Fincher, Sally; Markpoulos, Panos; Moore, David and Ruddle, Roy eds. People and computers XVIII - Design for life: proceedings of HCI 2004. London, UK: Springer, pp. 229–247.HCI2004HollandDC.pdf
  • Holland, S. and Holland C. (2005) The simplification of complex interactions for more inclusive social communication technologies In Goodman and A. Dickinson (Eds), Workshop on HCI and the Older Population at HCI 2005, Leeds, UK, Sep 2005.

2004

  • Seago, Allan; Holland, Simon and Mulholland, Paul (2004). A Critical Analysis of Synthesizer User Interfaces for Timbre. In: Dearden, Andy and Watt, Leon eds. Proceedings of the XVIII British HCI Group Annual Conference HCI 2004. Bristol, UK: Research Press International, pp. 105–108. HCI 2004 SEAGO timbre UI.pdf
  • Holland, Simon (2004). Reflective Composition: the declarative composition of roles to unify objects, roles, and aspects [poster session]. In: Conference on Object Oriented Programming Systems Languages and Applications (OOPSLA 2004), 24-28 Oct 2004, Vancouver, BC, Canada. OOPSLA 2004 RC Holland.pdf
  • Hill, Patrick; Holland, Simon and Laney, Robin (2004). Applying aspect-oriented programming to music computing. In: Agon, Carlos and Assayag, Gerard eds. SMC04 Conference Proceedings: First Sound and Music Computing Conference. Paris: Services Des Publications, IRCAM, pp. 169–165.
  • Holland, Simon; Day, Robert; Leplâtre, Grégory and Edwards, Alistair (2004). Mobile HCI and sound. In: Brewster, Stephen and Dunlop, Mark eds. Mobile Human-Computer Interaction – MobileHCI. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 3160. Berlin: Springer, pp. 527–528.
  • Holland, C.A. and Holland, S. (2004) Smart Homes and Extended Families. In Goodman, J., Brewster, B. (Eds) Proceedings of Workshop on HCI and the Older Population, British HCI 2004, Leeds. pp 15-19.

2003

  • Holland S. and Sharp, H. (2003) ‘Open HCI’. In People and Computers XVII, Proceedings of Human Computer Interaction 2003, Vol 2 pp 221-222. BCS ISBN 1-897851-10-3.

2002

  • Holland, S.; Morse, D.R. and Gedenryd, H. (2002). Direct combination: a new user interaction principle for mobile and ubiquitous HCI. In: Paterno, Fabio ed. Human Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (2411). Berlin: Springer, pp. 108–122. DC Holland 2004 Springer.pdf
  • Holland, S., Gedenryd, H., and Morse, D. (2002) Applying Direct Combination to afford spontaneity in Pervasive Computing. UBICOMP 2002 Workshop on Supporting Spontaneous Interaction in Ubiquitous Computing Settings, Sept 29th - Oct 1st 2002, Gothenburg, Sweden. Spontaneous_TR.pdf
  • Holland, Simon; Morse, David R. and Gedenryd, Henrik (2002). AudioGPS: Spatial audio navigation with a minimal attention interface. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 6(4), pp. 253–259. Spatial Audio Navigation.pdf

2000

  • 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.

1999

  • Holland, S. and Oppenheim, D. (1999) Direct Combination. In Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors and Computing Systems CHI 99, Editors: Marion Williams, Mark Altom, Kate Ehrlich, William Newman, pp262-269. ACM Press/Addison Wesley, New York, ISBN: 0201485591. CHI99DC.pdf
  • Griffiths R., Holland S., Woodman M., Macgregor M., Robinson H. (1999) Separable UI Architectures in Teaching Object Technology In: Proceedings of the 30th International Conference on Technology of Object-Oriented Languages and Systems (Tools USA), Santa Barbara, August 1999, IEEE Computer Society Press, pp. 290-299, ISBN 0-7695-0278-4.
  • Woodman M., Griffiths R., Macgregor M., Robinson H., Holland S. (1999) Employing Object Technology to Expose Fundamental Object Concepts In: Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Technology of Object-Oriented Languages and Systems (Tools Europe ’99), Nancy, France, June 1999, IEEE Computer Society Press, ISBN 0-7695-0275-X. tools99Euro.pdf
  • Woodman M., Griffiths R., Macgregor M., Holland S. (1999) OU LearningWorks: A Customizable Learning Environment For Smalltalk Modules In: Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE ’99), Los Angeles, May 1999, IEEE Computer Society Press, pp. 638-641, ISBN 1-58113-074-0.
  • Woodman M., Griffiths R., Macgregor M., Holland S., Robinson H. (1999) Exploiting Smalltalk Modules In A Customizable Programming Environment In: Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE ’99), Los Angeles, May 1999, IEEE Computer Society Press, pp. 65-74, ISBN 1-58113-074-0.
  • Carey, T., Harrigan, K. and Holland, S. (1999) Enhancing Interaction Scenarios with Domain-Oriented Visualizations. In Proceedings of Human-Computer Interaction - INTERACT'99: 7th IFIP TC.13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, S. Brewster, A. Cawsey & G. Cockton (eds.), Edinburgh, UK, 30 Aug - 3 Sept 1999, Vol. 2, pp 13-14. British Computer Society, Swindon. ISBN: 1-902505-19-0.

1998

  • Woodman M., Griffiths R., Robinson H., Holland S (1998) An Object-oriented Approach to Computing In: Haungs J. (Ed.), Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Object-oriented Programming, Systems and Languages (OOPSLA '98), Vancouver, October 1998, ACM Press, ISBN 1-58113-005-8.
  • Woodman M., Robinson H,. Griffiths R., Holland S. (1998) Integrating Multimedia CD-ROM, TV, Conferencing and Programming with the Web In: Chambers J. (Ed.), Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on College Teaching and Learning, Jacksonville, Florida, April 1998.

1997

  • Woodman M., Law A., Holland S., Griffiths R. (1997) The Object Shop – Using CD-ROM Multimedia To Introduce Object Concepts In: Miller J., E. (Ed.), Proceedings of the 28th ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE), San Jose, February 1997, ACM Press, pages 345-349, ISBN 0-89791-889-4).
  • Holland S., Griffiths R., Woodman M. (1997) Avoiding Object Misconceptions In: Miller J., E. (Ed.), Proceedings of the 28th ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE), San Jose, February 1997, ACM Press, pp 131-134, ISBN 0-89791-889-4.
  • Goldberg A., Griffiths R., Holland S (1997) Using LearningWorks – A Smalltalk Environment for Teaching System Development (workshop) In: Proceedings of the 28th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, San Jose, February 1997, ACM Press, pp. 398-399, ISBN 0-89791-889-4.

1996

  • Whitelock, D., Brna, P. and Holland, S. (1996) What is the Value of Virtual Reality for Conceptual Learning? Towards a Theoretical Framework. In Brna, P., Paiva, Ana. and Self, J.A. (Eds) Proceedings of the European Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education AI-ED 96. Edicoes Colibri, Lisbon. pp.136-141. ISBN No. 972-8288-37-9.
  • Woodman, M. & Holland, S. (1996) From Software user to software author. In Integrating Technology into Computer Science Education, ACM SIGCSE Bulletin Vol 28 pp 60 - 62.
  • Woodman, M., Holland, S., and Davies, G. (1996) The Joy Of Software – Starting With Objects, Proceedings SIGCSE 96, Philadelphia February 1996.

1995

  • Whitelock, D., Holland, S., and Howard, P. (1995) Understanding Harmony and Technology in Music Education. In T. Sechrest, M. Thomas, and N.Estes (eds.) Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Technology and Education. Orlando, Florida, University of Texas pp 382-384.

1994

  • 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
  • Whitelock, D., Holland, S., and Howard, P. (1994) Groupwork, Computers and Music Education: an Evaluation. Proceedings of the Group and Interactive Learning Conference, Strathclyde, Aug 1994.
  • 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.
  • Woodman, W., Holland, S., and Price, B. (1994) Pervasiveness of a Programming Paradigm. Questions concerning an Object-Oriented Approach. In Proceedings of the Second All Ireland Conference on the Teaching of Computing. CTI Centre for Computing, Dublin City University, Dublin 5 – 7 Sept.

1993

1992

  • Smith, M. and Holland, S. (1992) An AI tool for the analysis and generation of melodies. Proceedings of 1992 International Computer Music Conference. San Jose, California.
  • Holland, S. (1992) Preliminary Report on the Rhythm Machine: An AI And Education Approach to Learning About Rhythm. In Widmer G (Ed.), Proceedings of ECAI ArtificiaI Intelligence and Music Workshop.
  • Smith, M. and Holland, S. (1992) An Intelligent Tutor for Melody Composition. In John Brahan & George Lasker (Eds), Advances in AI: Theory and Application: Volume II of the Proceedings of the 6th International conference on systems research, Informatics and Cybernetics, p 103-108. International Institute for Advanced Studies In Systems Research & Cybernetics, Ontario, Canada. ISBN 0-921836-01-5.
  • Whitelock, D. and Holland, S. (1992) Virtual Worlds and their Role in Investigating Change in Cognitive Models of Motion. In Colloquium Digest of the Institute of Electrical Engineers' IEE Colloquium on Using Virtual Worlds. Pages 2/1-2/5. IEE Electronics Division, Savoy Place, London.
  • Holland, S. (1992) The Evolution Of Harmony Space. In Widmer G (Ed.), Proceedings of 1992 ECAI Artificial Intelligence and Music Workshop.
  • Holland, S. (1992) Preliminary Report on the Rhythm Machine: An AI And Education Approach to Learning About Rhythm. In Widmer G (Ed.), Proceedings of ECAI Artificial Intelligence and Music Workshop.
  • 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. and Burgess, G. (1992) Beauty and the Beast: new approaches to teaching computing for humanities students at the University of Aberdeen. In Computers and the Humanities 26: 267.

1991

  • Holland, S. (1991) Two-dimensional Visual Programming and Three-dimensional Execution Visualisation in Prolog. In Colloquium Digest of the Institute of Electrical Engineers' IEE Colloquium on Visualisation, Virtual World, Virtual Reality. Pages 4/1-4/4. IEE Electronics Division, Savoy Place, London.
  • Holland, S. (1991) Visual Programming in Prolog. Proceedings of the Sixth International PEG Conference on Knowledge-Based Environments for Teaching and Learning. p. 676 – 684 Rapallo (Genova), Italy, May 31 – June 2, 1991.

1990

  • Holland, S. and Elsom-Cook, M. (1990) Architecture of a knowledge-based tutor. In Guided Discovery Tutoring, Ed. Elsom-Cook, M. Paul Chapman Publishing Ltd, London.

1989

  • Holland, S. (1989) Artificial Intelligence and Education Published as OU IET CITE Report No. 88, July 1989. Simon Holland PhD Thesis.pdf
  • 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.

1988

  • Holland, S. (1988) New issues in applying two cognitive theories of harmony to assist harmonic comprehension and invention by novices. Poster session at International Symposium on Music and the Cognitive Sciences, IRCAM (Institute de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique), Paris 14-18 March 1988

1987

  • 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. Harmony Space ICMC 87.pdf
  • Holland, S. (1987) Knowledge-based tutoring for Music Composition, Third International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Education, Pittsburgh, USA. May 1987.

Books

  • Preece, J., Rogers, Y., Sharp, H., Benyon, D., Holland, S. and Carey, T. (1994) Human Computer Interaction, Addison Wesley, New York.
  • Edwards, A. and Holland, S. (1992) (Eds) Multi-media Interface Design in Education. (revised 2nd printing, 1994) Springer Verlag, Hiedelberg.

Reviews

  • 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.

Erdos number: 4. Graph route: P. Erdos, M. Klawe, B. Schneiderman, J. Preece.

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