Music Education: An Artificial Intelligence Approach: Proceedings of a Workshop held as part of AI-ED 93, World Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, Edinburgh, Scotland, 25 August 1993

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This volume is based on the proceedings of the Workshop on Music Education: An Artificial Intelligence Approach, which was held in Edinburgh, Scotland, on 25 August 1993, as part of AI-ED 93, the World Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education. Music education is an area of particular interest within artificial intelligence/music research, which is concerned with the computational study and emulation of human behaviour with respect to music. The workshop concentrated on the themes of music education, ...

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Overview

This volume is based on the proceedings of the Workshop on Music Education: An Artificial Intelligence Approach, which was held in Edinburgh, Scotland, on 25 August 1993, as part of AI-ED 93, the World Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education. Music education is an area of particular interest within artificial intelligence/music research, which is concerned with the computational study and emulation of human behaviour with respect to music. The workshop concentrated on the themes of music education, representation of musical knowledge, and music theory and computational models. This volume covers a wide range of topics, and as such serves both as an introductory text to a relatively new field, and also as a report on (aspects of) the state of the art. It will be of particular interest to researchers, practitioners, and postgraduate students.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783540198734
  • Publisher: Springer London
  • Publication date: 1/1/1994
  • Series: Workshops in Computing Series
  • Edition description: 1st Edition.
  • Pages: 173
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Table of Contents

Section I: Music Education.- Agent Reflection in an Intelligent Learning Environment Architecture for Musical Composition.- Learning About Harmony with Harmony Space: An Overview.- MOTIVE: The Development of an AI Tool for Beginning Melody Composers.- Uncovering Cognitive Processes in Music Composition: Educational and Computational Approaches.- Section II: Representation of Musical Knowledge.- Representations of the MONK Harmonisation Systems.- Slappability: A New Metaphor for Human Computer Interaction.- Music Representation — Between the Musician and the Computer.- Section III: Music Theory and Computational Models.- Pragmatics in Language and Music.- The Role of Musical Memory in Creativity and Learning: A Study of Jazz Performance.- Automatic Characterisation of Musical Style.- Author Index.

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