• Published 2004

INFLUENCE OF MUSICAL SIMILARITY ON MELODIC SEGMENTATION : REPRESENTATIONS AND ALGORITHMS

@inproceedings{Cambouropoulos2004INFLUENCEOM,
  title={INFLUENCE OF MUSICAL SIMILARITY ON MELODIC SEGMENTATION : REPRESENTATIONS AND ALGORITHMS},
  author={Emilios Cambouropoulos and Costas Tsougras},
  year={2004}
}
In this paper a computational model is presented that extracts patterns from a given melodic surface and, then, following the assumption that the beginning and ending points of 'significant' repeating musical patterns influence the segmentation of a musical surface, the discovered patterns are used as a means to determine probable segmentation points of the melody. ‘Significant’ patterns are defined primarily in terms of frequency of occurrence and pattern length. The special status of non… CONTINUE READING

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