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by Alan Marsden,Anthony Pople

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  • ISBN 0124735452
  • ISBN13 978-0124735453
  • Language English
  • Author Alan Marsden,Anthony Pople
  • Publisher Academic Press; 1st edition (January 6, 1992)
  • Pages 309
  • Formats rtf mbr lrf txt
  • Category Technology
  • Subcategory Programming
  • Size ePub 1583 kb
  • Size Fb2 1832 kb
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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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Computer representations and models in music. Academic Press, 1992. Improving omr for digital music libraries with multiple recognisers and multiple sources. Modelling the perception of musical voices: a case study in rule-based systems. Computer representations and models in music, 239-263, 1992. V Padilla, A Marsden, A McLean, K Ng. Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Digital Libraries fo. 2014. Towards a connected distributed model of musical listening.

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Marsden, Alan and Anthony Pople, ed. omputer Representations and Models in Music. Symbolic and Sonic Representations of Sound-object Structures. InUnderstanding Music with Al. London: Academic Press, 1991. McAdams, Stephen and Irène Deliège, ed. usic and Cognitive Sciences. Ed. M. Balabanet a. Menlo Park: The AAAI Press, 1992a. Modelling Improvisatory and Compositional Processes. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers.

Marsden, Alan and Anthony Pople, eds. Computer Representations and Models in Music

Marsden, Alan and Anthony Pople, eds. London: Academic Press, 1992. In addition to examining specific computational theories of music (such as statistical models of melody, pattern grammars, and performance analysis), in introductory first chapter by David Huron discusses the various methods of representing music symbolically and how to choose a representation. Later chapters examine other computational methods (like rulebased systems and artificial neural networks) through case studies.

In A. Marsden & A. Pople (ed. Computer Representations and Models in Music Modelling musical cognition as a community of experts. London: Academic Press (1992), 239-263. Listening as discovery learning. Modelling musical cognition as a community of experts. A study of cognitive demands in listening to Mozart's quintet for piano and wind instruments, . 52.

A music representation requirement specification. The Computer Music Journal, 27(4), 2003. Computer Representations and. Models in Music. Academic Press London, 1992. Mongeau and D. Sankoff.

A Music Representation Requirement Specification for Academia. Alan Marsden, Anthony Raymond Pople. Donald Byrd, Eric J. Isaacson. Computer Music Journal.

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