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Islam, Riasat; Holland, Simon; Price, Blaine and Mulholland, Paul (2019). Gait Rehabilitation for Neurological Conditions using Wearable Devices. In: Workgroup on Interactive Systems in Health, CHI 2019: Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 5 May 2019, Glasgow, United Kingdom.

Holland, Simon; Mudd, Tom; Wilkie-McKenna, Katie; McPherson, Andrew and Wanderley, Marcelo M. (2019). Understanding Music Interaction, and Why It Matters. In: Holland, Simon; Mudd, Tom; Wilkie, Katie; McPherson, Andrew and Wanderley, Marcelo M. eds. New Directions in Music and Human-Computer Interaction. Springer Series on Cultural Computing. Springer, pp. 1–20.

Holland, Simon and Fiebrink, Rebecca (2019). Machine Learning, Music and Creativity: An Interview with Rebecca Fiebrink. In: Holland, Simon; Mudd, Tom; Wilkie, Katie; McPherson, Andrew and Wanderley, Marcelo eds. New Directions in Music and Human-Computer Interaction. Springer Series on Cultural Computing. Springer, pp. 259–267.

Hödl, Oliver; Kayali, Fares; Fitzpatrick, Geraldine and Holland, Simon (2019). TMAP Design Cards for Technology-Mediated Audience Participation in Live Music. In: Holland, Simon; Mudd, Tom; Wilkie-McKenna, Katie; McPherson, Andrew and Wanderley, Marcelo eds. New Directions in Music and Human-Computer Interaction. Springer Series on Cultural Computing. Springer, pp. 41–59.

Holland, Simon; Mudd, Tom; Wilkie-McKenna, Katie; McPherson, Andrew and Wanderley, Marcelo M. eds. (2019). New Directions in Music and Human-Computer Interaction. Springer Series in Cultural Computing. Springer.

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Corneli, Joseph; Holland, Simon; Pease, Alison; Mulholland, Paul; Murray-Rust, Dave; Scaltsas, Theodore and Smaill, Alan (2018). Patterns of Design. In: Proceedings of the 23rd European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (EuroPLoP ’18), ACM, New York, NY, USA, article no. 22.

Holland, Simon; Bouwer, Anders and Hödl, Oliver (2018). Haptics for the development of fundamental rhythm skills, including multi-limb coordination. In: Papetti, Stefano and Saitis, Charalampos eds. Musical Haptics. Springer Series on Touch and Haptic Systems. Springer International Publishing, pp. 215–237.

Katz, Dmitri S.; Price, Blaine A.; Holland, Simon and Dalton, Nicholas Sheep (2018). Designing for Diabetes Decision Support Systems with Fluid Contextual Reasoning. In: CHI '18 Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM, New York, NY, USA, article no. 625.

Islam, Riasat; Holland, Simon; Price, Blaine; Georgiou, Theodoros and Mulholland, Paul (2018). Wearables for Long Term Gait Rehabilitation of Neurological Conditions. In: A Short Workshop on Next Steps Towards Long Term Self Tracking, CHI 2018: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 21-26 Apr 2018, Montreal, QC, Canada.

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Stockley, RC; Donaldson, G; Georgiou, Theodoros; Caton, S; Pinzone, O; Visi, F; Holland, Simon; Sullivan, M and Tetley, Josie (2017). A small repeated measures study of haptic cueing upon gait symmetry in people after stroke. International Journal of Stroke, 12 (5S) pp. 44–45.

Tetley, J.; Stockley, R.; Donaldson, G.; Caton, S.; Sullivan, M.; Holland, S.; Georgiou, T.; Visi, F.; Williamson, A.; Wong, J. and Hill, R. (2017). Using rhythm for rehabilitation: evaluation of a novel haptic device. Manchester Metropolitan University & The Open University.

Bellingham, Matt; Holland, Simon and Mulholland, Paul (2017). Choosers: designing a highly expressive algorithmic music composition system for non-programmers. In: Second Conference on Computer Simulation of Musical Creativity, 11-13 Sep 2017, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK.

Hödl, Oliver; Fitzpatrick, Geraldine; Kayali, Fares and Holland, Simon (2017). Design Implications for Technology-Mediated Audience Participation in Live Music. In: Proceedings of the 14th Sound and Music Computing Conference, July 5-8 2017, Aalto University, Espoo, Finland pp. 28–34.

Georgiou, Theodoros; Holland, Simon; van der Linden, Janet and Visi, Federico (2017). Two kinds of entrainment in gait rehabilitation using haptic metronomic cues. In: 16th Rhythm Production and Perception Workshop, 3-5 Jul 2017, Birmingham, UK.

Visi, Federico; Georgiou, Theodoros; Holland, Simon; Pinzone, Ornella; Donaldson, Glenis and Tetley, Josie (2017). Assessing the Accuracy of an Algorithm for the Estimation of Spatial Gait Parameters Using Inertial Measurement Units: Application to Healthy Subject and Hemiparetic Stroke Survivor. In: 4th International Conference on Movement Computing (MOCO '17), 28-30 Jun 2017, London, UK, ACM.

Daquino, Marilena; Daga, Enrico; d'Aquin, Mathieu; Gangemi, Aldo; Holland, Simon; Laney, Robin; Penuela, Albert Merono and Mulholland, Paul (2017). Characterizing the Landscape of Musical Data on the Web: State of the Art and Challenges. In: Second Workshop on Humanities in the Semantic Web - WHiSe II, 21-25 Oct 2017, Vienna, Austria.

Stockley, Rachel C.; Donaldson, Glenis; Georgiou, Theo; Holland, Simon; van der Linden, Janet; Tetley, Josie; Garbutt, Linda and Pinzone, Ornella (2017). Walk to the Beat: A Case Report of the Use of a Novel Haptic Device to Improve Walking after Stroke. Journal of Novel Physiotherapy and Physical Rehabilitation, 4(2) pp. 56–59.

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Holland, Simon (2016). Harmony and Technology Enhanced Learning. In: King, Andrew; Himonides, Evangelos and Ruthmann, S. Alex eds. The Routledge Companion to Music, Technology and Education. New York, USA: Routledge.

Georgiou, Theodoros; Holland, Simon; van der Linden, Janet and Donaldson, Glenis (2016). Questioning Classic Patient Classification Techniques in Gait Rehabilitation: Insights from Wearable Haptic Technology. In: eHealth 360°. Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering (Giokas, Kostas; Bokor, Laszlo and Hopfgartner, Frank eds.), Springer, Cham, 181 pp. 327–339.

Georgiou, Theodoros; Holland, Simon and van der Linden, Janet (2016). Wearable Haptic Devices For Post- Stroke Gait Rehabilitation. In: Designing, developing, and evaluating the internet of personal health: International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp 2016), 12-16 Sep 2016, Heidelberg, Germany.

Katz, Dmitri; Dalton, Nick; Holland, Simon; O'Kane, Aisling and Price, Blaine A. (2016). Questioning the Reflection Paradigm for Diabetes Mobile Apps. In: EAI International Conference on Wearables in Healthcare, 14-15 Jun 2016, Budapest, European Alliance for Innovation.

Holland, Simon; McPherson, Andrew P.; McKay, Wendy E.; Wanderley, Marcelo M.; Gurevich, Michael D.; Mudd, Tom W.; O'Modhrain, Sile; Wilkie, Katie L.; Malloch, Joseph W.; Garcia, Jeremie and Johnston, Andrew (2016). Music and HCI. In: Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM, New York pp. 3339–3346.

Stockley, R; Donaldson, G; Tetley, J.; Georgiou, T.; Holland, S.; van der Linden, J. and Pinzone, O. (2016). Walk to the beat: a single case study investigating a novel haptic device to improve walking after stroke. In: Cerebrovascular Diseases (Hennerici, Marion R. ed.), S. Karger, Basel, 41((Suppl 1)) p. 89.

Georgiou, Theodoros; Holland, Simon and van der Linden, Janet (2016). Rhythmic Haptic Cueing for Entrainment: Assisting post-stroke gait rehabilitation. In: Designing Around People: CWUAAT 2016 (Langdon, Pat; Lazar, Jonathan; Heylighen, Ann and Dong, Hua eds.), Springer, pp. 55–64.

Milne, Andrew J. and Holland, Simon (2016). Empirically testing Tonnetz, voice-leading, and spectral models of perceived triadic distance. Journal of Mathematics and Music: Mathematical and Comptational Approaches to Music Theory, Analysis, Composition and Performance, 10(1) pp. 59–85.

Katz, Dmitri; Arsand, Erik; Dalton, Nick; Holland, Simon; Martin, Clare; Olsson, Carl Magnus and Price, Blaine A. (2016). Designing, Developing, and Evaluating the Future Internet of Personal Health. In: UbiComp '16: Proceedings of the 2016 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing: Adjunct, ACM, pp. 1068–1073.

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Holland, Simon; Wright, Rachel L.; Wing, Alan; Crevoisier, Thomas; Hödl, Oliver and Canelli, Maxime (2015). A pilot study using tactile cueing for gait rehabilitation following stroke. In: Fardoun, Habib M.; Penichet, Victor M. R. and Alghazzawi, Daniyal M. eds. ICTs for Improving Patients Rehabilitation Research Techniques. Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS) (515). Berlin: Springer Verlag, pp. 222–233.

Steffert, Tony; Holland, Simon; Mulholland, Paul; Dalton, Sheep and Väljamäe, Aleksander (2015). Prototyping a method for the assessment of real-time EEG sonifications. In: Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Auditory Display (Vogt, Katharina; Andreopoulou, Areti and Goudarzi, Visda eds.), Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics (IEM), University of Music and Performing Arts Graz (KUG), Austria pp. 217–224.

Georgiou, Theodoros; Holland, Simon; van der Linden, Janet; Tetley, Josie; Stockley, Rachel C.; Donaldson, Glenis; Garbutt, Linda; Pinzone, Ornella; Grasselly, Fanny and Deleaye, Kevin (2015). A blended user centred design study for wearable haptic gait rehabilitation following hemiparetic stroke. In: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare, ICST (Institute for Computer Sciences, Social-Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering), pp. 72–79.

Tetley, Josie; Holland, Caroline; Waights, Verina; Hughes, Jonathan; Holland, Simon and Warren, Stephanie (2015). Exploring New Technologies through Playful Peer-to-Peer Engagement in Informal Learning. In: Prendergast, David and Garattini, Chiara eds. Aging and the Digital Life Course. Life Course, Culture and Aging: Global Transformations. New York/Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 39–62.

Hödl, Oliver; Kayali, Fares; Fitzpatrick, Geraldine and Holland, Simon (2015). Towards bridging a gap in a musical live performance. In: Proceedings of the Third Vienna Talk on Music Acoustics (Mayer, Alexander; Chatziioannou, Vasileios and Goebl, Werner eds.), University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Vienna, Austria p. 226.

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Hodl, Oliver; Fitzpatrick, Geraldine and Holland, Simon (2014). Exploring the Digital Music Instrument Trombosonic with Extreme Users and at a Participatory Performance. International Journal on Advances in Intelligent Systems, 7(3-4) pp. 439–449.

Hodl, Oliver; Fitzpatrick, Geraldine and Holland, Simon (2014). Experimence: Considerations for Composing a Rock Song for Interactive Audience Participation. In: Proceedings of ICMC/SMC Joint Conference: 40th International Computer Music Conference and 11th Sound and Music Computing (ICMC/SMC 2014). (Georgaki, A. and Kouroupetroglou, G. eds.), Michigan Publishing pp. 169–176.

Wilkie, Katie; Holland, Simon and Mulholland, Paul (2014). Eliciting Domain Knowledge Using Conceptual Metaphors: A Case Study from Music Interaction. In: Proceedings of the 28th International BCS Human Computer Interaction Conference (HCI 2014), 9-12 Sep 2014, Southport, UK, pp. 126–129.

Mudd, Tom; Holland, Simon; Mulholland, Paul and Dalton, Nicholas (2014). Dynamical Interactions with Electronic Instruments. In: Proceedings of the Internation Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (Caramiaux, Baptiste; Tahiroglu, Koray; Fiebrink, Rebecca and Tanaka, Atau eds.), Goldsmiths, University of London, pp. 126–129.

Bellingham, Matt; Holland, Simon and Mulholland, Paul (2014). A cognitive dimensions analysis of interaction design for algorithmic composition software. In: Proceedings of Psychology of Programming Interest Group Annual Conference 2014 (du Boulay, Benedict and Good, Judith eds.), 25-27 Jun 2014, Brighton, University of Sussex, pp. 135–140.

Mudd, Tom; Dalton, Nick; Holland, Simon and Mulholland, Paul (2014). Dynamical Systems in Interaction Design for Improvisation. In: Workshop on Human Computer Improvisation at 2014 ACM conference on Designing Interactive Systems, 21-25 Jun 2014, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Holland, Simon; Wright, Rachel; Wing, Alan; Crevoisier, Thomas; Hodl, Oliver and Canelli, Maxime (2014). A Gait Rehabilitation pilot study using tactile cueing following Hemiparetic Stroke. In: PervasiveHealth '14: Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare (Fardoun, Habib Habib M. and Ruiz Penichet, Victor eds.), 20 May 2014, Oldenburg, Germany, ACM, pp. 402–405.

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Väljamäe, A.; Steffert, T.; Holland, S.; Marimon, X.; Benitez, R.; Mealla, S.; Oliveira, A. and Jordà, S. (2013). A review of real-time EEG sonification research. In: International Conference on Auditory Display 2013 (ICAD 2013), 6-10 Jul 2013, Lodz, Poland, pp. 85–93.

Bouwer, Anders; Holland, Simon and Dalgleish, Mat (2013). Song walker harmony space: embodied interaction design for complex musical skills. In: Holland, Simon; Wilkie, Katie; Mulholland, Paul and Seago, Allan eds. Music and Human-Computer Interaction. Cultural Computing. London: Springer, pp. 207–221.

Holland, Simon; Wilkie, Katie; Mulholland, Paul and Seago, Allan eds. (2013). Music and Human-Computer Interaction. Cultural Computing. London: Springer.

Holland, Simon; Wilkie, Katie; Mulholland, Paul and Seago, Allan (2013). Music interaction: understanding music and human-computer interaction. In: Holland, Simon; Wilkie, Katie; Mulholland, Paul and Seago, Allan eds. Music and Human-Computer Interaction. Cultural Computing. London: Springer, pp. 1–28.

Wilkie, Katie; Holland, Simon and Mulholland, Paul (2013). Towards a participatory approach for interaction design based on conceptual metaphor theory: a case study from music interaction. In: Holland, Simon; Wilkie, Katie; Mulholland, Paul and Seago, Allan eds. Music and Human-Computer Interaction. Cultural Computing. London: Springer, pp. 259–270.

Bouwer, Anders; Holland, Simon and Dalgleish, Mat (2013). The Haptic Bracelets: learning multi-limb rhythm skills from haptic stimuli while reading. In: Holland, Simon; Wilkie, Katie; Mulholland, Paul and Seago, Allan eds. Music and Human-Computer Interaction. Cultural Computing. London: Springer, pp. 101–122.

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Dalton, Nicholas; Mackay, Gordon and Holland, Simon (2012). Kolab: appropriation & improvisation in mobile tangible collaborative interaction. In: DIS 2012 Designing Interactive Systems, 11-15 Jun 2012, Newcastle, UK.

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Milne, Andrew; Carle, Martin; Sethares, William A; Noll, Thomas and Holland, Simon (2011). Scratching the scale labyrinth. In: Agon, C. ed. Mathematics and Computation in Music. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (6726). Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, pp. 180–195.

Wilkie, Katie; Holland, Simon and Mulholland, Paul (2011). We can work it out: towards a participatory approach to designing music interactions. In: When Words Fail: What can Music Interaction tell us about HCI?, 04 Jul 2011, Newcastle Upon Tyne.

Holland, Simon; Wilkie, Katie; Bouwer, Anders; Dalgleish, Mat and Mulholland, Paul (2011). Whole body interaction in abstract domains. In: England, David ed. Whole Body Interaction. Human-Computer Interaction Series. London, U.K.: Springer Verlag, pp. 19–34.

Milne, Andrew J.; Xambó, Anna; Laney, Robin; Sharp, David B.; Prechtl, Anthony and Holland, Simon (2011). Hex Player—a virtual musical controller. In: The International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression 2011, 30 May - 01 Jun 2011, Oslo, Norway.

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Tetley, Josie; Holland, Caroline; Nederland, Trud; Toorn, Jessica van den; Reichert, Monika; Lis, Katharina; Mason, Anne; Kokol, Peter; Blazun, Helena; Hughes, Jonathan; Waights, Verina and Holland, Simon (2010). Older people & technological innovations-lifelong, learning and applications for health and wellbeing. In: Fourth European Nursing Congress Older Persons: the Future of Care., 4-7 Oct 2010, Rotterdam.

Tetley, Josephine; Holland, Caroline; Hughes, Jonathan; Waights, Verina and Holland, Simon (2010). Older people and technological innovations: lifelong learning and applications for health and wellbeing. In: 39th British Society of Gerontology Annual Conference, 6-8 Jul 2010, Brunel University, Uxbridge.

Seago, Allan; Holland, Simon and Mulholland, Paul (2010). A novel user interface for musical timbre design. In: Audio Engineering Society 128th Convention, Audio Engineering Society, London, article no. 8140.

Holland, Simon; Bouwer, Anders J.; Dalgleish, Mat and Hurtig, Topi M. (2010). Feeling the beat where it counts: fostering multi-limb rhythm skills with the haptic drum kit. In: Proceedings of the fourth international conference on Tangible, embedded, and embodied interaction, 25-27 Jan 2010, Boston Cambridge Mass, USA, pp. 21–28.

Holland, Simon (2010). Asymmetrical Multi-User Co-operative Whole Body Interaction in Abstract Domains. In: CHI 2010 (ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems), 10-15 Apr 2010, Atlanta, GA, USA.

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Holland, Simon; Marshall, Paul; Bird, Jon; Dalton, Sheep; Morris, Richard; Pantidi, Nadia; Rogers, Yvonne and Clark, Andy (2009). Running up Blueberry Hill: Prototyping whole body interaction in harmony space. In: Proceedings of the 3rd international Conference on Tangible and Embedded interaction, 16-18 Feb 2009, Cambridge, UK.

Wilkie, Katie; Holland, Simon and Mulholland, Paul (2009). Evaluating musical software using conceptual metaphors. In: Proceedings of BCS Human-Computer Interaction (HCI 2009), 1-5 Sep 2009, Cambridge UK.

Holland, Simon; Marshall, Paul; Bird, Jonathan and Rogers, Yvonne (2009). Prototyping Whole Body Navigation of Musical Harmony. In: Whole Body Interaction 2009 (SIGCHI), 5 Apr 2009, Boston, Mass, USA.

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Bird, Jon; Holland, Simon; Marshall, Paul; Rogers, Yvonne and Clark, Andy (2008). Feel the force: Using tactile technologies to investigate the extended mind. In: Proceedings of Devices that Alter Perception, 21 Sep 2008, Seoul, Korea.

Seago, Allan; Holland, Simon and Mulholland, Paul (2008). Timbre space as synthesis space: towards a navigation based approach to timbre specification. In: Spring Conference of the Institute of Acoustics 2008: Widening Horizons in Acoustics, 10-11 Apr 2008, Reading, UK.

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Griffiths, Rob; Holland, Simon and Edwards, Marion (2007). Sense before syntax: a path to a deeper understanding of objects. Innovation in Teaching and Learning in Information and Computer Sciences, 6(4) pp. 125–144.

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Hill, Patrick; Holland, Simon and Laney, Robin (2006). Symmetric composition of musical concerns. In: Proceedings of the 5th international conference on Aspect-oriented software development, ACM Press, New York, NY, USA, pp. 226–236.

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Holland, Simon (2005). A first empirical study of direct combination in a ubiquitous environment. In: Fincher, Sally; Markpoulos, Panos; Moore, David and Ruddle, Roy eds. People and computers XVIII - Design for life: proceedings of HCI 2004. London, UK: Springer, pp. 229–247.

Seago, Allan; Holland, Simon and Mulholland, Paul (2005). Towards a mapping of timbral space. In: Proceedings of Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology (CIM05), 10-12 Mar 2005, Montreal, Canada.

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Seago, Allan; Holland, Simon and Mulholland, Paul (2004). A Critical Analysis of Synthesizer User Interfaces for Timbre. In: Dearden, Andy and Watt, Leon eds. Proceedings of the XVIII British HCI Group Annual Conference HCI 2004, Volume 2. Bristol, UK: Research Press International, pp. 105–108.

Holland, Simon (2004). Reflective Composition: the declarative composition of roles to unify objects, roles, and aspects [poster session]. In: Conference on Object Oriented Programming Systems Languages and Applications (OOPSLA 2004) (Vilissides, John and Schmidt, Doug eds.), 24-28 Oct 2004, Vancouver, BC, Canada, ACM Press, pp. 224–225.

Hill, Patrick; Holland, Simon and Laney, Robin C. (2004). Applying aspect-oriented programming to music computing. In: Agon, Carlos and Assayag, Gerard eds. SMC04 Conference Proceedings: First Sound and Music Computing Conference. Paris: Services Des Publications, IRCAM, pp. 169–165.

Holland, Simon; Day, Robert; Leplâtre, Grégory and Edwards, Alistair (2004). Mobile HCI and sound. In: Brewster, Stephen and Dunlop, Mark eds. Mobile Human-Computer Interaction – MobileHCI. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 3160. Berlin: Springer, pp. 527–528.

Hill, Patrick; Holland, Simon and Laney, Robin C. (2004). Using Dynamic Aspects in Music Composition Systems. In: Proceedings of the 2004 Dynamic Aspects Workshop (DAW04) (Filman, Robert E. and Haupt, Michael eds.), Research Institute for Advanced Computer Science (RIACS), pp. 89–97.

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Holland, S.; Morse, D.R. and Gedenryd, H. (2002). Direct combination: a new user interaction principle for mobile and ubiquitous HCI. In: Paterno, Fabio ed. Human Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (2411). Berlin: Springer, pp. 108–122.

Holland, Simon; Gedenryd, Henrik and Morse, David (2002). Applying Direct Combination to afford spontaneity in Pervasive Computing. In: Workshop on Supporting Spontaneous Interaction in Ubiquitous Computing Settings, 29 Sep - 1 Oct 2002, Gothenburg, Sweden.

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Holland, Simon and Morse, David R. (2001). AudioGPS: spatial audio in a minimal attention interface. In: Third International Workshop on Human Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices, 10 Sep 2001, Lille, France.

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Holland, Simon (2000). Artificial Intelligence in Music Education: A Critical Review. In: Miranda, Eduardo Reck ed. Readings in Music and Artificial Intelligence. Contemporary Music Studies. Routledge, pp. 239–274.

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Holland, Simon and Oppenheim, Daniel (1999). Direct Combination. In: CHI '99: Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (Williams, Marion; Altom, Mark; Erlich, Kate and Newman, William eds.), Proceedings of ACM CHI, ACM Press/Addison Wesley, New York, pp. 262–269.

Carey, Tom; Harrigan, Kevin and Holland, Simon (1999). Enhancing Interaction Scenarios with a Domain-Oriented Pattern Language. In: INTERACT '99: IFIP TC13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 30 Aug - 3 Sep 1999, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Griffiths, Rob; Woodman, Mark; Holland, Simon; Macgregor, Malcolm and Robinson, Hugh (1999). Separable User Interface Architectures in Teaching Object Technology. In: Proceedings of Technology of Object-Oriented Languages and Systems - TOOLS 30, IEEE, pp. 290–299.

Woodman, Mark; Griffiths, Rob; McGregor, Malcolm; Holland, Simon and Robinson, Hugh (1999). Exploiting Smalltalk Modules In A Customizable Programming Environment. In: ICSE '99: Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Software Engineering, ACM, New York, pp. 65–74.

Woodman, Mark; Griffiths, Rob; Holland, Simon; Robinson, Hugh and Mcgregor, Malcolm (1999). Employing Object Technology to Expose Fundamental Object Concepts. In: Proceedings: Technology of Object-Oriented Languages and Systems (TOOLS 29), IEEE, pp. 371–383.

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Holland, Simon; Griffiths, Robert and Woodman, Mark (1997). Avoiding Object Misconceptions. In: SIGCSE '97: Proceedings of the twenty-eighth SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education (Miller, J.E. ed.), ACM, New York, pp. 131–134.

Woodman, Mark; Law, Andrew; Holland, Simon and Griffiths, Rob (1997). The Object Shop – Using CD-ROM Multimedia To Introduce Object Concepts. In: SIGCSE 97: Proceedings of the twenty-eighth SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education (Miller, James E. ed.), ACM, New York, pp. 345–349.

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Whitelock, Denise; Brna, Paul and Holland, Simon (1996). What is the Value of Virtual Reality for Conceptual Learning? Towards a Theoretical Framework. In: Proceedings of the European Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (Brna, P.; Paiva, A. and Self, J. eds.), Edições Colibri, Lisboa, Portugal, pp. 136–141.

Woodman, Mark; Davies, Gordon and Holland, Simon (1996). The Joy Of Software – Starting With Objects. In: Proceedings of the Twenty-Seventh SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (Klee, Karl J. ed.), ACM, New York, pp. 88–92.

Woodman, Mark and Holland, Simon (1996). From software user to software author: an initial pedagogy for Introductory Object-Oriented Computing. In: ITiCSE '96: Proceedings of the 1st Conference on Integrating Technology into Computer Science Education, ACM, New York, pp. 60–62.

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Whitelock, Denise; Holland, Simon and Howard, Patricia (1995). Understanding harmony and technology in music education. In: Proceedings of the ICTE 1995: the 12th International Conference on Technology and Education (Sechrest, T.; Thomas, M. and Estes, N. eds.), University of Texas, Texas, pp. 382–384.

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Holland, Simon (1994). Learning about harmony with Harmony Space: an overview. In: Smith, Matt; Smaill, Alan and Wiggins, Geraint A. eds. Music Education: An Artificial Intelligence Approach. Workshops in Computing. London: Springer, pp. 24–40.

Smith, Matt and Holland, Simon (1994). MOTIVE: The development of an AI tool for beginning melody composers. In: Smith, Matt; Smaill, Alan and Wiggins, Geraint A. eds. Music Education: An Artificial Intelligence Approach. Workshops in Computing. Springer Verlag, pp. 41–55.

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Edwards, Alistair D. N. and Holland, Simon eds. (1992). Multimedia Interface Design in Education. NATO ASI Series, F 76. Berlin: Springer Verlag.

Holland, Simon (1992). Interface Design for Empowerment: a Case Study from Music. In: Edwards, Alistair D. N. and Holland, Simon eds. Multimedia Interface Design in Education. NATO ASI Series (F 76). Berlin: Springer Verlag, pp. 177–194.

Smith, Matthew and Holland, Simon (1992). An AI Tool for the Analysis and Generation of Melodies. In: 1992 International Computer Music Conference (ICMC 1992), 14-18 Oct 1992, San Jose State University, California, International Computer Music Association, pp. 61–64.

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Holland, Simon (1991). Visual Programming in Prolog. In: Sixth International PEG Conference on Knowledge-Based Environments for Teaching and Learning, 31 May - 02 Jun 1991, Rapallo (Genova), Italy.

Holland, Simon (1991). Two-dimensional Visual Programming and Three-Dimensional Execution Visualisation in Prolog. In: Colloquium Digest of the Institute of Electrical Engineers' IEE Colloquium on Real World Visualisation - Virtual World - Virtual Reality, IEE Electronics Division, 4/1-4/4.

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Holland, Simon and Elsom-Cook, Mark (1990). Architecture of a knowledge-based music tutor. In: Elsom-Cook, Mark ed. Guided Discovery Tutoring. London: Paul Chapman, pp. 70–103.

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Holland, Simon (1987). New Cognitive Theories of Harmony Applied to Direct Manipulation Tools for Novices. In: Proceedings of 1987 International Computer Music Conference, Michigan Publishing pp. 182–189.

Holland, Simon (1987). Computers in Music Education. In: Jones, Ann and Scrimshaw, Peter eds. Computers in Education 5-13. Open University Press.

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