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Understanding Interaction in Contemporary Digital Music: from instruments to behavioural objects
We introduce the term behavioural object to refer to software that has the capacity to act as the musical and social focus of interaction in digital systems. Expand
Filterscape: Energy Recycling in a Creative Ecosystem
This paper extends previous work in evolutionary ecosystemic approaches to generative art and explores the use of resource recycling as a means of generating coherent sonic diversity in a generative sound work. Expand
Sounding out ecoacoustic metrics: Avian species richness is predicted by acoustic indices in temperate but not tropical habitats
Affordable, autonomous recording devices facilitate large scale acoustic monitoring and Rapid Acoustic Survey is emerging as a cost-effective approach to ecological monitoring; the success of theExpand
An Introduction to Evolutionary Computing for Musicians
The aims of this chapter are twofold: to provide a succinct introduction to Evolutionary Computing, outlining the main technical details, and to raise issues pertinent to musical applications of the methodology. Expand
You Pretty Little Flocker: Exploring the Aesthetic State Space of Creative Ecosystems
You Pretty Little Flocker is a proof-of-concept study in expanding and exploring the aesthetic state space of a model for generative design. Expand
Issues in Auditory Display
This article presents an overview of existing design approaches to auditory display and highlights some of the key issues that are of practical relevance to the use of auditory displays in artificial life research. Expand
Manipulating Artificial Ecosystems
Inspired by the ecological concept of specialism, we construct a parameterised fitness curve that controls the relative efficacy of generalist and specialist strategies. Expand
Toward a synthetic acoustic ecology: sonically situated, evolutionary agent based models of the acoustic niche hypothesis
We introduce the idea of Synthetic Acoustic Ecology (SAC) as a vehicle for transdisciplinary investigation to develop methods and address open theoretical, applied and aesthetic questions inExpand
Wireless acoustic sensor networks and edge computing for rapid acoustic monitoring
A low-cost and energy efficient wireless acoustic sensor network integrated with edge computing structure for remote acoustic monitoring and in situ analysis. Expand
A new method for ecoacoustics? Toward the extraction and evaluation of ecologically-meaningful soundscape components using sparse coding methods
Passive acoustic monitoring is emerging as a promising non-invasive proxy for ecological complexity with potential as a tool for remote assessment and monitoring (Sueur & Farina, 2015). Rather thanExpand