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Computing in Musicology

An argument that the complexities of brain function can be understood hierarchically, in terms of different levels of abstraction, as silicon computing is.

Computing in Musicology 14

Computing approaches to the representation, interchange, and analysis of musical repertories that do not use conventional notation—in particular, early Western European music and the art music of non-Western cultures.

Methods, Models, and User Studies

Recent studies from Europe and North America concerned with the query and analysis of musical data.

Representation, Retrieval, Restoration

An overview of approaches to working with musical scores in the age of computer—and especially Internet—applications.

Concepts, Procedures, and Applications

This volume covers a wide range of approaches to fundamental questions about music, such as: What is similarity in music? How do we recognize it? How can we program computers to recognize it?