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New Computational Paradigms for Computer Music
New Computational Paradigms for Computer Music.
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New Computational Paradigms for Computer Music

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  • ISBN: 978-2-7521-0054-2
  • Editorial: Delatour France, Editions
  • Encuadernación: Rústica
  • Formato: 17x26
  • Páginas: 198
  • Idiomas: Inglés
  • Tipo: LIBRO
  • código del editor: DLT1632

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The colloquium on New Computational Paradigms for Computer Music, held at IRCAM on June 11th, 2007, brought together major figures in the fields of both computer science and music in order to encourage exchanges on different levels and outline new perspectives for the future. This book is a record of that important event and includes new and re-formulated material.

CONTENIDO:

-Foreword (Gérard Assayag, Andrew Gerzso, Peter van Roy)
-Time, notation and perspective (Andrew Gerzso)
-Programming paradigms for dummies: What every programmer should know (Peter van Roy)
-Designing open-ended languages: An historical perspective (Pierre Cointe)
-FAUST: An efficient functional approach to DSP programming (Yann Orlarey, Dominique Fober, Stéphane Letz)
-Concurrent constraint calculi: A declarative paradigm for modeling music systems (Carlos Olarte, Camilo Rueda, Frank D. Valencia)
-Improvising formalisation: Conversational programming and live coding (Julian Rohrhuber, Alberto de Campo)
-Time and perception in music and computation (Alexandre R. J. François)
-Combinatorics, randomness, and the art of inventing (Philippe Codognet)
-Calculation, interaction and reasoning: How can a computer take part in creation? (Carlos Agon)

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