Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression

  • Peer review: All papers have been peer-reviewed (most often by three international experts). See the list of reviewers. Only papers that were presented at the conferences (as presentation, poster or demo) are included.
  • Open access: NIME papers are open access (gold), and the copyright remains with the author(s). The NIME archive uses the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY 4.0).
  • Public domain: The bibliographic information for NIME, including all BibTeX information and abstracts, is public domain. The list below is generated from a collection of BibTeX files hosted at GitHub using Jekyll Scholar.
  • PDFs: Individual papers are linked for each entry below. All PDFs are archived separately in Zenodo, and there are also Zip files for each year in Zenodo. If you just want to download everything quickly, you can find the Zip files here as well.
  • ISSN for the proceedings series: ISSN 2220-4806. Each year’s ISBN is in the BibTeX files and are also listed here.
  • Impact factor: Academic work should always be considered on its own right (cf. DORA declaration). That said, the NIME proceedings are generally ranked highly in, for example, the Google Scholar ranking.
  • Ethics: Please take a look at NIME’s Publication ethics and malpractice statement.
  • Contact: If you find any errors in the database, please feel free to fork and modify at GitHub, or add an issue in the tracker.

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Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression

This collection contains peer-reviewed papers published as part of the official proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME). The NIME conference gathers researchers and musicians from all over the world to share their knowledge and late-breaking work on new musical interface design. The conference started as a workshop at the Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI) in 2001. Since then, an annual series of international conferences have been held around the world, hosted by research groups dedicated to interface design, human-computer interaction, and computer music. There is also a separate conference archive for NIME material that is not peer-reviewed, and a community archive for anything else.

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Curated by:
alexanje
Curation policy:

Only peer-reviewed papers accepted for and presented at the NIME conferences will be included here.

Created:
May 23, 2018
Harvesting API:
OAI-PMH Interface

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