About this series - The CMS series covers all topics dealing with essential usage of mathematics for the formal conceptualization, modeling, theory, computation, and technology in music.
Comprehensiveness - The series comprises symbolic, physical, and psychological reality, including areas such as mathematical music theory, musical acoustics, performance theory, sound engineering, music information retrieval, AI in music, programming, soft- and hardware for musical analysis, composition, performance, and gesture. The CMS series also includes mathematically oriented or computational aspects of music semiotics, philosophy, and psychology.
Quality - All volumes in the CMS series are published according to rigorous peer review, based on the editors' preview and selection and adequate refereeing by independent experts.
Collaboration - The editors of this series act in strong collaboration with the Society for Mathematics and Computation in Music and other professional societies and institutions.
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