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Foundations of musicology as content processing science

@inproceedings{Leman2003FoundationsOM,
  title={Foundations of musicology as content processing science},
  author={M. Leman},
  year={2003}
}
This paper describes musicology as a science of musical content processing. It is argued that evidence-based research and computational modeling provides a methodological basis for understanding the human information processing mechanisms that transform physical information streams into musical content and meaningful musical usage in different contexts. The focus on musical universals leads to an instrumental theory with applications in interactive music systems and audio-mining. 
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