Mathematics and Computation in Music

Second International Conference, MCM 2009, John Clough Memorial Conference New Haven, CT, USA, June 19-22, 2009. Proceedings

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ISBN: 978-3-642-02393-4 (Print) 978-3-642-02394-1 (Online)

Table of contents (26 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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    Hamiltonian Cycles in the Topological Dual of the Tonnetz

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    Pages 11-21

    The Continuous Hexachordal Theorem

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    Pages 22-31

    Speech Rhythms and Metric Frames

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    Pages 32-42

    Temporal Patterns in Polyphony

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    Pages 43-56

    Maximally Smooth Diatonic Trichord Cycles

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    Pages 57-64

    Towards a Symbolic Approach to Sound Analysis

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    Plain and Twisted Adjoints of Well-Formed Words

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    Pages 81-92

    Regions and Standard Modes

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    Pages 93-103

    Compatibility of the Different Tuning Systems in an Orchestra

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    Pages 104-114

    Formal Diatonic Intervallic Notation

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    Pages 115-129

    Determining Feature Relevance in Subject Responses to Musical Stimuli

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    Pages 130-138

    Sequential Association Rules in Atonal Music

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    Badness of Serial Fit Revisited

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    Estimating the Tonalness of Transpositional Type Pitch-Class Sets Using Learned Tonal Key Spaces

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    Pages 154-165

    Musical Experiences with Block Designs

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    Pages 166-179

    A Generalisation of Diatonicism and the Discrete Fourier Transform as a Mean for Classifying and Characterising Musical Scales

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    Pages 180-192

    The Geometry of Melodic, Harmonic, and Metrical Hierarchy

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    Pages 193-204

    A Multi-tiered Approach for Analyzing Expressive Timing in Music Performance

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    Pages 205-217

    HMM Analysis of Musical Structure: Identification of Latent Variables Through Topology-Sensitive Model Selection

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    Pages 218-227

    A Declarative Language for Dynamic Multimedia Interaction Systems

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