Computer representations and models in music
The first substantial collection on the subject in a decade, this book brings together original and up-to-date projects describing a broad range of research. It presents detailed discussions of computational representations and models in music, laying the foundations for tomorrow's music software.
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Extending the Relational Database Model
Representation of Music Scores for Analysis
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abstract activation algorithm analysis applications approach Artificial Intelligence Atime2 attributes backpropagation bols complex composer Computer Music computer-based concept context DARMS data structure datatypes defined derivation dhagena dhatidhage dhatigegenaka duration dynamics encoding endrule entity example expert system Figure framework tones function implementation input instrument interpretation interval Kippen language lute tablature manipulation matching melody metrical Models in Music music representation music research music theory musical cognition musical grammars musical information musical notation musicians musicology neural neuron note1 note2 octave output pattern perception phrases pitch polyphonic possible problem processing qa'ida relational database repertoire repetition represent representation scheme rhythmic rule-based rules saturated chord score position semantics semiotic sequence Shaanxi signifiers songs sound string subgrammar supervised learning symbols tablature teeneteenakena temporal temporal database tonal transcription trkt variable voice crossing voice_link voices weight