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This booklet offers an in-depth creation and evaluation of present examine in computational song research. Its seventeen chapters, written via major researchers, jointly signify the range in addition to the technical and philosophical sophistication of the paintings being performed this day during this intensely interdisciplinary box. A wide variety of techniques are provided, applying ideas originating in disciplines resembling linguistics, info conception, info retrieval, trend attractiveness, computing device studying, topology, algebra and sign processing. a number of the equipment defined draw on well-established theories in tune conception and research, resembling Forte's pitch-class set conception, Schenkerian research, the equipment of semiotic research built via Ruwet and Nattiez, and Lerdahl and Jackendoff's Generative thought of Tonal Music


The ebook is split into six elements, masking methodological matters, harmonic and pitch-class set research, shape and voice-separation, grammars and hierarchical aid, motivic research and development discovery and, eventually, class and the invention of precise patterns. 


As an in depth and updated photo of present learn in computational tune research, the booklet presents a useful source for researchers, academics and scholars in track concept and research, desktop technological know-how, tune details retrieval and similar disciplines. It additionally presents a cutting-edge reference for practitioners within the track expertise industry.

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