GTSIM A computer simulation of music perception

  • Jones J
  • Scarborough D
  • Miller B
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Abstract

Abstract~~GTSIM is a computer simulation model of human perception of rhythm, based on Lerdahl and Jackendoff'sA Generative Theory of Tonal Music. GTSIM, a rule-based model with a neural network component, simulates the metric and grouping stages of Lerdahl and Jackendoff's theory. Using a rule-based production system, GTSIM simulates parallel processing, operating left-to-right without backtracking. GTSIM identifies the key of the piece of music and produces hierarchical representations of the metric and grouping structure which conform to Lerdahl and Jackendoff.

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  • Computer Simulation
  • Hierarchy
  • Lerdahl & Jackendoff
  • Network Model
  • Rhythm Perception
  • Rule-Based Model

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Authors

  • Jacqueline Jones

  • Don Scarborough

  • Benjamin Miller

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