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Insota Intelligent IT Solutions

 Contact data
StreetSeilergasse 8/4 
ZIP, City, Region 1010 - Vienna (Vienna) 
Phone+43 (1) 236 239 4 
EmailSend Email
Webhttp://www.insota.com/ 
 Contact person

DI Dr. Asmir Tobudic (CEO)
 Employees (Total)
Total: 1-10  number of researches: 1
 Competencies

 Central aim of organisation
Software Development

 Briefly describe your organisation
Because of our longstanding deep knowhow we are able to offer you an outstanding service in the IT area.

 Core Competency

Research & Development

 ICT sectors:
- ICT Applications     
   - E-Government     
   - E-Commerce     
   - E-Inclusion     
   - E-Learning     
   - Cultural Heritage     
   - Ambient Assisted Living (Services for the Elderly)     
   - ICT Applications for Tourism     
   - ICT Applications for Health      
   - ICT Applications for Traffic and Logistics     
   - Geographical Information Systems (GIS)     
   - IT Security and Encryption     
   - Standardisation     
   - Smart Cards and Access Systems     
   - ICT Application for Environment Management     
   - Industrial Application     
- Software- and Data Processing     
   - Application Service Provision (ASP)      
   - Databases, Database Management     
   - Knowledge Management     
   - Process Management     
   - Digital Systems     
   - Archiving, Documentation     
   - Information and Multimedia Retrieval     
   - Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), Middleware     
   - Service Orientated Architecture (SOA)     
   - Software Engineering and Testing     
   - E-Publishing, Digital Content     
   - Usability Engineering     
   - Semantic Systems     
- Systems- and Network Technology     
   - Internet Technologies     
   - Network and Broadband Technologies     
   - Advanced Systems Architecture     
   - GRID Computing     
   - Network Security     
   - Pervasive Computing     

 ICT keywords
software development, individual software, web development, data management, webshop development, business intelligence, usability, technical support, Vienna
 RTD Experiences & Publications

 Austrian Research and Development Projects
  Coordinator  Partner 
Non-cooperative Projects (Single projects)        

 RTD Experience
Our research areas: Data analysis, Data Mining, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.

 Publications
All publications in: http://www.insota.com/publikationen/


Tobudic A., Widmer G.:
Relational IBL in Classical Music,
Machine Learning, 64:5-24, 2006.

Tobudic A., Widmer G.:
Learning to Play Like the Great Pianists,
in Kaelbling L.P. and Saffiotti A.(eds.), Proceedings of the Nineteenth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-05), Edinburgh, Scotland, July 30-August 5, 2005, International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence, pp.871-876, 2005.

Tobudic A., Widmer G.:
Relational IBL in Music with a New Structural Similarity Measure,
Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Inductive Logic Programming (ILP 2003), Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2003.


Widmer G., Dixon S., Goebl W., Pampalk E., Tobudic A.:
In Search of the Horowitz Factor,
AI Magazine, 24(3), 111-130, 2003.

Tobudic A., Widmer G.:
Case-based Relational Learning of Expressive Phrasing in Classical Music,
Proceedings of the 7th European Conference on Case-based Reasoning (ECCBR04), Madrid, Spain, 2004.



Tobudic A., Widmer G.:
Learning to Play Mozart: Recent Improvements,
Proceedings of the IJCAI03 Workshop on Methods for Automatic Music Performance and their Applications in a Public Rendering Contest, 18th Joint International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI03), Acapulco, Mexico, 2003.


Tobudic A., Widmer G.:
Playing Mozart Phrase by Phrase,
Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Case-based Reasoning (ICCBR03), Trondheim, Norway, 2003.


Widmer G., Dixon S., Flexer A., Goebl W., Knees P., Madsen S.T., Pampalk E., Pohle T., Schedl M., Tobudic A.:
The Machine Learning and Intelligent Music Processing Group at the Austrian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence (OFAI), Vienna,
Proceedings of the 2005 International Computer Music Conference (ICMC2005), Barcelona, 169-172, 2005.


Widmer G., Tobudic A.:
Playing Mozart by Analogy: Learning Multi-level Timing and Dynamics Strategies,
Proceedings of the ICAD Workshop on Performance Rendering Systems, 8th International Conference on Auditory Display (ICAD2002), Kyoto, Japan, 2002.



Widmer G., Dixon S., Goebl W., Stamatatos E., Tobudic A.:
Empirical Music Performance Research: OeFAIs Position,
MOSART Workshop on Current Research Directions in Computer Music, Audiovisual Institute, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, Spain, 2001.


Widmer G., Tobudic A.:
Playing Mozart by Analogy: Learning Multi-level Timing and Dynamics Strategies,
Journal of New Music Research, 32(3), 259-268, 2003.

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