Hearing Emergence: towards sound-Based Self-Organisation

@inproceedings{Davis2005HearingET,
  title={Hearing Emergence: towards sound-Based Self-Organisation},
  author={Tom Davis and Pedro Rebelo},
  booktitle={ICMC},
  year={2005}
}
A fascination for models derived from natural organisation of organisms has a long history of influence in the arts. This paper discusses emergence as a complex behaviour and its manifestations in the sonic domain. We address issues inherent in the use of visual/spatial metaphors for sonic representation and propose an approach based on sound interaction within biological complex systems. 

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