Pulsed Melodic Affective Processing: Musical structures for increasing transparency in emotional computation

@article{Kirke2014PulsedMA,
  title={Pulsed Melodic Affective Processing: Musical structures for increasing transparency in emotional computation},
  author={Alexis Kirke and Eduardo Reck Miranda},
  journal={SIMULATION},
  year={2014},
  volume={90},
  pages={606 - 622}
}
Pulsed Melodic Affective Processing (PMAP) is a method for the processing of artificial emotions in affective computing. PMAP is a data stream designed to be listened to, as well as computed with. The affective state is represented by numbers that are analogues of musical features, rather than by a binary stream. Previous affective computation has been done with emotion category indices, or real numbers representing various emotional dimensions. PMAP data can be generated directly by sound (e.g… 

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