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"MPEG Audio Compression Basics", The MPEG Representation of Digital Media: Springer, 2012.
"Methods For Extending Room Impulse Responses Beyond Their Noise Floor", 129th Audio Engineering Society Convention, San Francisco, California, Audio Engineering Society, 11/2010.
MoMu: A Mobile Music Toolkit, , Sydney, Australia, 06/2010.
"Musical Influence Network Analysis and Rank of Sampled-Based Music", 12th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, Miami, Florida, 09/2011.
Music From Machines: Perceptual Fusion and Auditory Perspective - for Ligeti, , no. STAN-M-64: Stanford University Department of Music, 1990.
"Modeling Music Notation: A Three-Dimensional Approach", Department of Music, vol. Ph.D., no. STAN-M-69, Stanford, California, Stanford University, 12/1990.
The Moose: A Haptic User Interface for Blind Persons with Application to the Digital Sound Studio, , Stanford, California, Stanford University, 10/1995.
"Maps and Legends : Designing FPS-Based Interfaces for Multi-user Composition, Improvisation and Immersive Performance", Lecture Notes in Computer Science - Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval. Sense of Sounds, vol. Volume 4969/2008, pp. 478-486, 2008.
"maps and legends: FPS-Based Interfaces For Composition and Immersive Performance", International Computer Music Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2007.
"Modeling High-Frequency Modes of Complex Resonators Using a Waveguide Mesh", Proc. Int. Conf. Digital Audio Effects (DAFx-00), Verona, Italy, 2000.
"Methods for Simulating String Collisions with Rigid Spatial Objects", Proc. IEEE Workshop on Appl. Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics, New Paltz, NY, New York, IEEE Press, oct, 2003.
"Musical Tapestry: Re-composing Natural Sounds", Journal of New Music Research, pp. 36(4):241-250, 2008.
"A Method for Estimating Interaural Time Difference for Binaural Synthesis", the 125th Audio Engineering Society Convention, San Francisco, CA, USA, AES, 10/2008.
Music Applications of Digital Waveguides, : Stanford University, 1987.
"Modeling Musical Transitions", Department of Music, vol. Ph.D., no. STAN-M-26: Stanford University, 06/1985.