#### 47 Citations

Asymmetric Rhythms and Tiling Canons

- Computer Science
- Am. Math. Mon.
- 2006

The mathematics of some rhythmic structures common in popular and folk music are examined, including rhythms that cannot be aligned with other even divisions of the measure, and their results have a surprising application to rhythmic canons. Expand

Music in the pedagogy of mathematics

- Computer Science, Mathematics
- 2014

The popularization project concerning music and mathematics of the Royal Spanish Mathematical Society and its extension to an international level is proposed and some ideas and outlines for the creation of didactic material for mathematics courses within the framework of MMT are presented. Expand

Tiling the Musical Canon with Augmentations of the Ashanti Rhythmic Pattern

- Geography
- 2009

We discuss the problem of constructing a tiling of the musical time-line with a number of instruments (called voices) all of which are playing according to variations of a particular rhythmic… Expand

Tiling the integers with aperiodic tiles

- Mathematics
- 2009

A finite subset A of integers tiles the discrete line ℤ if the integers can be written as a disjoint union of translates of A. In some cases, necessary and sufficient conditions for A to tile the… Expand

Why rhythmic canons are interesting

- 2003

The subject of rhythmic canons has been revivified by new concepts, coming from the field of music composition. The present article is a survey of the mathematical knowledge in this field, from the… Expand

Michael Blake in Conversation with Tom Johnson in 2018

- Art
- 2020

In the summer of 2011 Christine Lucia and I called on Tom Johnson at his home in Paris, and he invited us to two imminent events: the launch of Bernard Girard's Conversations avec Tom Johnson at the… Expand

Perfect codes in Cayley sum graphs

- Mathematics
- 2020

A subset $C$ of the vertex set of a graph $\Gamma$ is called a perfect code of $\Gamma$ if every vertex of $\Gamma$ is at distance no more than one to exactly one vertex in $C$. Let $A$ be a finite… Expand

A Project Proposal for a Mathematical Study of Rhythm Tilings

- 2019

The object of interest in this proposal is a two dimensional toroidal binary array constructed from a tiling of cyclic one dimensional binary arrays, here called a rhythm tiling. These rhythm tilings… Expand

Maximally Even Tilings

- Mathematics, Computer Science
- MCM
- 2019

This paper investigates the construction of partial tiling canons in which the composite rhythm is maximally even, and compositions that feature more irregular/interesting rhythms. Expand

Maximally Even Tilings: Theory and Algorithms

- Computer Science
- 2019

This dissertation will investigate the existence, classification, and construction of rhythmic tiling canons in which the composite rhythm is maximally even. Expand

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