Citing JUCE in an academic journal


#1

I didn’t notice any topics, but is there a preferred way to cite JUCE in an academic journal? While a standard form might be:

Storer, J. (2011). JUCE: Jules’ Utility Class Extensions (Version 1.52). Available at: http://www.rawmaterialsoftware.com/juce.php

you are certainly entitled to specify otherwise.


#2

If possible could you please describe the circumstances surrounding the citation? I’m interested :slight_smile:


#3

Ya, sure - I wrote an experimental medical monitoring tool for anesthesiologists using JUCE. We are reporting some results, and since it is a semi-technical article I think a citation is appropriate :!: I’m of course excited to share the awesomeness of JUCE with whoever will listen.


#4

Screenshots ?


#5

still a WIP … preliminary findings to be presented at IARS 2011 Annual Meeting


#6

[color=#0000FF][size=200]AWESOME![/size][/color]


#7

[quote]While a standard form might be:
Storer, J. (2011). JUCE: Jules’ Utility Class Extensions (Version 1.52). Available at: http://www.rawmaterialsoftware.com/juce.php
[/quote]

Sounds good to me!


#8

Hi Jules (and others)

I just wanted to follow-up on this previous post. The article was finally published. Is this the first use of JUCE as medical research software :?:

http://www.anesthesia-analgesia.org/content/114/3/576.abstract

If you’re interested in a pdf, Jules, let me know.


#9

Great screenshot!

Also, if you want to make a software synth in the future, you are already half-way there! Actually, I don’t think you’ll need to change the GUI at all, and the parameter names are just perfect.

I wonder how it works…
Amplitude and Saturation, those make sense. And Heart Rate, that must be the BPM – right?

Harmony sounds cool. I’m not sure about Systolic BP, is that a new kind of band-pass filter?

Noise and Amp Mod make sense too, and there is also Pulse Width modulation in there, cool. I can’t figure out what SpO2 does though.

:wink:


#10

LOL true true. And he’s got the audio configuration controls baked right into the main window. Thumbs up!


#11

Hello,

I’m preparing an engineering brief for the upcoming AES conference and I have the same question. So far my citations looks as follows:

J. Storer, JUCE: Jules’ Utility Class Extensions [computer software, version 1.51], London, UK: Raw Material Software Ltd., 2010.

I was hesitating if I should use “J. Storer” or “Raw Material Software Ltd.” as the author. What’s your opinion on this?

Best regards,
Fritz


#12

[quote=“fritz”]Hello,

I’m preparing an engineering brief for the upcoming AES conference and I have the same question. So far my citations looks as follows:

J. Storer, JUCE: Jules’ Utility Class Extensions [computer software, version 1.51], London, UK: Raw Material Software Ltd., 2010.

I was hesitating if I should use “J. Storer” or “Raw Material Software Ltd.” as the author. What’s your opinion on this?

Best regards,
Fritz[/quote]

Any of those sound fine to me, thanks!


#13

[quote=“oygosound”]Hi Jules (and others)

I just wanted to follow-up on this previous post. The article was finally published. Is this the first use of JUCE as medical research software :?:

http://www.anesthesia-analgesia.org/content/114/3/576.abstract

If you’re interested in a pdf, Jules, let me know.[/quote]

No, I’ve been using it for medical research for quite a few years. I don’t believe JUCE has ever explicitly been named in any papers by my lab, but a few screenshots would certainly give it away. :wink:

I did see at least one other poster sometime back who was also evaluating JUCE for medical applications. S/he was interested in tying in with VTK[1], so obviously 3D visualization stuff or realtime CAD. Not sure where that went.

[1] which if I can ever free myself of nasty PHP[2] projects, I’d like to get back into also.

[2] The Devil’s own programming language.