• Engineering
  • Published 2002

GenJam in Transition: from Genetic Jammer to Generative Jammer

@inproceedings{Biles2002GenJamIT,
  title={GenJam in Transition: from Genetic Jammer to Generative Jammer},
  author={John A. Biles},
  year={2002}
}
GenJam, short for Genetic Jammer, is an evolutionary computation (EC) based software agent that models a jazz improviser. Recently GenJam has evolved away from its roots as an interactive genetic algorithm toward its current state as an autonomous generative system. GenJam has retained its chromosome-based representations and mappings, its intelligent selection, crossover and mutation operators, and its real-time interactive performance capabilities. However, it no longer needs any explicit… CONTINUE READING

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