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LinkedBrainz Summary

Title of Primary Project Output: LinkedBrainz Live!

The type of user this product is for: LinkedBrainz Live is for application developers and institutions who require or use information about recorded music. Especially if thes require to interlink datasets or benefit from inference via automated reasoning.

Project Plan Post 7 of 7: Budget

  1. Directly Incurred (Total £47239)
    • a) Staff Postdoctoral RA £41588
    • b) Non-staff
      Travel and expenses £2200
      Hardware/software £1451
      Dissemination £2000
  2. Directly Allocated (Total £24619)
    Staff £11133
    Estates £12550
    Other £936
  3. Indirect Costs (Total £46759)

Total Project Cost = £118617, consisting of:

Funding from JISC: £94894
Institutional contributions: £23723

Project Plan Post 6 of 7: Projected Timeline, Workplan & Overall Project Methodology

The work of the project is divided into 5 work packages (WP), three of which cover the technical work and one covers each of dissemination and management.

WP1: Convert MusicBrainz to linked data (Months 1-6)

 

Project Plan Post 5 of 7: Project Team Relationships and End User Engagement

The project team consists of Simon Dixon (PI), Mark Sandler (CI) and Kurt Jacobson (RA) from the Centre for Digital Music (C4DM) at Queen Mary University of London. C4DM is a world-leading multidisciplinary research group in the field of Music & Audio Technology. C4DM has around 50 members working on signal processing of digital music, music informatics, machine listening, audio engineering and interactive performance. Research funding obtained since 2001 totals over £14m, mainly from the EPSRC and EU.

Project Plan Post 4 of 7: IPR (Creative Commons Use & Open Source Software License)

The MusicBrainz database contains two types of information. The core data, consisting of factual data such as the names of albums, tracks and artists, is in the public domain. The remaining data, such as annotations, tags, opinions and ratings are protected by the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 licence, which allows non-commercial use of the data under the conditions that MusicBrainz is given credit and that any derivative works are also made available under the same licence. Thus the linked data published by this project will follow the same licence arrangement. In particular, this allows the outputs of the project to be used freely in teaching and research.

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