The course covers the principal theories, techniques and algorithms developed recently to give computational accounts of how musical phenomena can be analysed, generated and mediated with machine support or collaboration. The emphasis is on concepts, rather than tools, but the ideas have wide applicability. The state of the art is presented in selected areas.
The course lecturer is Alan Smaill
Course descriptor outlines the course and its assessment.
will be updated through the course.
There will be a single piece of coursework, due March 20th 2014;
students will be able to receive formative assessment on
optional related work earlier in the course.
Extra resources and links will appear here
A previous exam (and notes on solutions).
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