Growing Music: Musical Interpretations of L-Systems

@inproceedings{Worth2005GrowingMM,
  title={Growing Music: Musical Interpretations of L-Systems},
  author={Peter Worth and Susan Stepney},
  booktitle={EvoWorkshops},
  year={2005}
}
L-systems are parallel generative grammars, used to model plant development, with the results usually interpreted graphically. Music can also be represented by grammars, and it is possible to interpret L-systems musically. We search for simultaneous ‘pleasing’ graphical and musical renderings of L-systems. 
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