Mathematics and Computation in Music: Second International Conference, MCM 2009, New Haven, CT, USA, June 19-22, 2009. Proceedings

Mathematics and Computation in Music: Second International Conference, MCM 2009, New Haven, CT, USA, June 19-22, 2009. Proceedings

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783642023934
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date: 06/30/2009
Series: Communications in Computer and Information Science , #38
Edition description: 2009
Pages: 298
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.70(d)

Table of Contents

Hamiltonian Cycles in the Topological Dual of the Tonnetz.- The Continuous Hexachordal Theorem.- Speech Rhythms and Metric Frames.- Temporal Patterns in Polyphony.- Maximally Smooth Diatonic Trichord Cycles.- Towards a Symbolic Approach to Sound Analysis.- Plain and Twisted Adjoints of Well-Formed Words.- Regions and Standard Modes.- Compatibility of the Different Tuning Systems in an Orchestra.- Formal Diatonic Intervallic Notation.- Determining Feature Relevance in Subject Responses to Musical Stimuli.- Sequential Association Rules in Atonal Music.- Badness of Serial Fit Revisited.- Estimating the Tonalness of Transpositional Type Pitch-Class Sets Using Learned Tonal Key Spaces.- Musical Experiences with Block Designs.- A Generalisation of Diatonicism and the Discrete Fourier Transform as a Mean for Classifying and Characterising Musical Scales.- The Geometry of Melodic, Harmonic, and Metrical Hierarchy.- A Multi-tiered Approach for Analyzing Expressive Timing in Music Performance.- HMM Analysis of Musical Structure: Identification of Latent Variables Through Topology-Sensitive Model Selection.- A Declarative Language for Dynamic Multimedia Interaction Systems.- Generalized Voice Exchange.- Representing and Estimating Musical Expression in Melody.- Evaluating Tonal Distances between Pitch-Class Sets and Predicting Their Tonal Centres by Computational Models.- Three Conceptions of Musical Distance.- Pairwise Well-Formed Scales and a Bestiary of Animals on the Hexagonal Lattice.- Generalized Tonnetz and Well-Formed GTS: A Scale Theory Inspired by the Neo-Riemannians.

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