An ontological approach to song scheduling for an automated radio station

C. Day

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LanguageEnglish
PublisherDepartment of Computer Science, University of Bath
StatusPublished - Oct 2005

Publication series

NameComputer Science Technical Reports
No.CSBU-2005-10
ISSN (Print)1740-9497

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Day, C. (2005). An ontological approach to song scheduling for an automated radio station. (Computer Science Technical Reports; No. CSBU-2005-10). Department of Computer Science, University of Bath.

An ontological approach to song scheduling for an automated radio station. / Day, C.

Department of Computer Science, University of Bath, 2005. (Computer Science Technical Reports; No. CSBU-2005-10).

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Day, C 2005, An ontological approach to song scheduling for an automated radio station. Computer Science Technical Reports, no. CSBU-2005-10, Department of Computer Science, University of Bath.
Day C. An ontological approach to song scheduling for an automated radio station. Department of Computer Science, University of Bath, 2005. (Computer Science Technical Reports; CSBU-2005-10).
Day, C./ An ontological approach to song scheduling for an automated radio station. Department of Computer Science, University of Bath, 2005. (Computer Science Technical Reports; CSBU-2005-10).
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