Klaus Dalinghaus

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The task of recognizing patterns and assigning rhythmic structure to unquantized musical input is a fundamental one for interactive musical systems and for searching musical databases since melody is based on rhythm. We use a combination of combinatorial pattern matching and structural interpretation with a match quality rating by a neuro-fuzzy system that(More)
We present a formal description of a neurofuzzy system capable of aligning two sequences recognizing their internal structure. The alignment is done on two levels: grouping of the elements and alignment of groups. The system incorporates expert knowledge on both levels. Furthermore, it can be optimized by a learning algorithm adapted from the neural network(More)
The dichotomy of rules and exemplars is at the very heart of cognitive science. In almost each subdiscipline there is ongoing research on the question of whether specific processes are ruleor exemplar-based. Most prominently, categorization (Erickson & Kruschke, 1998), learning (Taatgen & Wallach, 2002), and linguistic productivity (Pinker, 1999) deal with(More)
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