A Concurrent Constraints Factor Oracle Model for Music Improvisation

@inproceedings{Rueda2006ACC,
  title={A Concurrent Constraints Factor Oracle Model for Music Improvisation},
  author={Camilo Rueda and G{\'e}rard Assayag and Shlomo Dubnov},
  year={2006}
}
Machine improvisation and related style simulation problems usually consider building representations of time-based media data, such as music, either by explicit coding of rules or applying machine learning methods. Stylistic learning applies such methods to musical sequences in order to capture salient musical features and organize these features into a model. The Stylistic simulation process browses the model in order to generate variant musical sequences that are stylistically consistent… CONTINUE READING
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