An Automatic Mechanism to Recognize and Generate Emotional MIDI Sound Arts Based on Affective Computing Techniques

@article{Lin2013AnAM,
  title={An Automatic Mechanism to Recognize and Generate Emotional MIDI Sound Arts Based on Affective Computing Techniques},
  author={Hao-Chiang Koong Lin and Cong Jie Sun and Bei Ni Su and Zu An Lin},
  journal={Int. J. Online Pedagog. Course Des.},
  year={2013},
  volume={3},
  pages={62-75}
}
All kinds of arts have the chance to be represented in digital forms, and one of them is the sound art, including ballads by word of mouth, classical music, religious music, popular music and emerging computer music. Recently, affective computing has drowned a lot of attention in the academic field, and it has two parts: physiology and psychology. Through a variety of sensing devices, the authors can get behaviors which are represented by feelings and emotions. Therefore, the authors may not… 
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