OpenSoundControl.org publication submission
You would like to let the world know about a publication related to Open Sound Control (whether or not you are not the/an author). It could be a journal article, conference paper, 2, technical report, etc., describing research related to (implementing, using, teaching, extending...) OSC. To help you make a web page for this implementation under
("the site"), this form asks a series of questions. Form responses go to the site's editors and you should hear back and/or see the new page appear within a month or so. All content submitted to the site will be given away freely to the world via the CC BY 4.0 license (
This will appear as "submitted by" on this publication's page, and will also appear in the site-wide combined list of contributors (
). Please use the same name for all your contributions to the site.
Your personal website
If you would like your name in the site's list of contributors to be a link to your home page, enter the URL here.
Your email (as the person submitting this publication) so that the site editors can contact you if necessary. This WILL NOT APPEAR ON THE SITE.
The title (name) of this publication. This will be the title of the site's new page for this implementation, and a portion of this name will be converted automatically to the URL of the new page according to rules described here: XXX need to make a page about this.
The full ordered list of this publication's authors, separated by commas (with no "and" before the final name), with each name in order (FIRSTNAME LASTNAME instead of LASTNAME, FIRSTNAME), and with no other commas. Middle name(s) or initial(s) are optional. Unicode characters are allowed. For example: "Adrian Freed, Michael Zbyszyński, Julius O. Smith III"
First author's last name
To allow the site to alphabetize publications without having to parse the Authors field above, please redundantly give only the first author's last name, for example "Freed".
Year of publication
The "official" URL for this publication. For journal articles this should be the journal's own website, for conference papers this should be this publication's page within the conference (proceedings) website, etc.
If this publication exists as a single file (e.g., pdf) that could be served directly from the site, then give the URL of that file. Leave blank if this is an interactive online publication, published in a non-open-access journal, etc.
Where this publication was published. For a book give the publisher (but not the publisher's location). For a journal, give the name of the journal followed by volume and issue, e.g., "Computer Music Journal 18:4". For a conference, give just the name (possibly followed by acronym), e.g., "New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME)". For an academic thesis or dissertation say something like "Master's Thesis, UC Santa Barbara".
If applicable, the pages this publication occupies with the larger book, conference proceedings, journal issue, etc. Give as two integers separated by a dash, e.g., "323-328".
This publication's abstract (
). Line breaks will be discarded; use "<p>" for multiple-paragraph abstracts.
This publication's Digital Object Identifier (
), if any.
Please give a sentence or two summarizing how this publication relates to OSC, in the style of an annotated bibliography (
), for the benefit of site visitors.
Anything else you'd like the site editors to know (will not automatically appear on the site page for this publication).
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