Motivic Pattern Extraction in Music, and Application to the Study of Tunisian Modal Music
Lartillo, O., & Ayari, M. (2006). Motivic Pattern Extraction in Music, and Application to the Study of Tunisian Modal Music. South African Computer Journal, 6(36), 16-28. https://doi.org/10.46298/arima.1876
Published inSouth African Computer Journal
© Authors, 2006
A new methodology for automated extraction of repeated patterns in time-series data is presented, aimed in particular at the analysis of musical sequences. The basic principles consists in a search for closed patterns in a multi-dimensional parametric space. It is shown that this basic mechanism needs to be articulated with a periodic pattern discovery system, implying therefore a strict chronological scanning of the time-series data. Thanks to this modelling global pattern filtering may be avoided and rich and highly pertinent results can be obtained. The modelling has been integrated in a collaborative project between ethnomusicology, cognitive sciences and computer science, aimed at the study of Tunisian Modal Music.
PublisherComputer Society of South Africa
ISSN Search the Publication Forum2313-7835
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Additional information about fundingThe project has been financed by the French CNRS within the context of the ACI Complex Systems for Human and Social Sciences.
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