Research Associate, Centre for e-Research
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Centre for e-Research
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King's College London, London WC2B 5RL
Anna trained as a computer scientist and has an MSc in Artificial Intelligence from Edinburgh University, she has conducted research in music informatics, computational creativity and research evaluation. Anna has also been involved in research projects on the use of technological enhancements in education research and on producing educational resources for support and assessment. She joined the Centre for e-Research in August 2011 as a post-doctoral researcher on the Sharing Ancient Wisdoms (SAWS) project.
- Artificial Intelligence especially Music Informatics, Machine Learning, Cognitive modelling and Natural Language Processing
- Computational creativity (particularly with music/ language) and its evaluation
- Digital Humanities
- Semantic Web and Linked Data
- Knowledge modelling and information retrieval
Research and Teaching
Jordanous, A., 2012. A Standardised Procedure for Evaluating Creative Systems: Computational Creativity Evaluation Based on What it is to be Creative. Cognitive Computation 4 (3), pp. 246-279
Jordanous, A. and Smaill, A., 2009. Investigating the role of Score Following in automatic musical accompaniment. Journal of New Music Research, 38(2), pp.197–209
Jordanous, A., 2011. Evaluating evaluation: Assessing progress in computational creativity research. In: 2nd International Conference on Computational Creativity, Mexico.
Jordanous, A., 2010. Defining creativity: Finding keywords for creativity using corpus linguistics techniques. In: 1st International Conference on Computational Creativity, Portugal.
Jordanous, A., 2010. A fitness function for creativity in jazz improvisation and beyond. In: 1st International Conference on Computational Creativity, Portugal.
Jordanous, A., 2009. Evaluating machine creativity. In: Creativity & Cognition, California: ACM
Jordanous, A., 2008. Voice separation in polyphonic music: A data-driven approach. In: International Computer Music Conference, Belfast, UK: ICMA.
Expertise and Public Engagement
Anna’s current role on the SAWS project is in the development of tools for exploration and exploitation of collections of ancient Greek and Arabic ‘wisdom’ sayings, using Semantic Web technologies. Previously Anna has published work in computational creativity, music information retrieval and computational linguistics. Her PhD work proposes and applies a methodological tool to evaluate the creativity of computational creativity systems: SPECS (Standardised Procedure for Evaluating Creative Systems).