Game enhanced music manuscript

  title={Game enhanced music manuscript},
  author={David Lieberman},
  booktitle={Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques in Australasia and Southeast Asia},
A unique set of developmental issues present themselves when applying game theory concepts to the creation of interactive music manuscript in video game format for concert performance (game-scores). Paying special attention to structural, mathematical, and sociopsychological similarities, those issues become apparent when observing the correlation between the two distinct human activities of performing music manuscript and playing games. Precepts from ludology (the study of video games) and… 

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