Publications on The MusES System

Publications about MusES

General

A paper on music and objects. To appear in "Objets, tendances et évolutions", Inria Eds.

On MusES itself

  • Pachet, F. The MusES system: an environment for experimenting with knowledge representation techniques in tonal harmony. First Brazilian Symposium on Computer Music, SBC&M '94, August 3-4, Caxambu, Minas Gerais, Brazil, pp. 195-201, 1994. get the postscript file

  • Pachet, F. An object-oriented representation of pitch-classes, intervals, scales and chords. Journées d'Informatique Musicale, LaBRi, Université de Bordeaux I, 25-26 mars 1994, pp. 19-34. get the postscript file (extended version)

    On the representation of time in MusES

  • Pachet, F. Ramalho, G. Carrive, J. Cornic, G. Representing temporal musical objects in the MusES system. Journal of New Music Research, 1996, 20(3), to appear.

  • Pachet, F. Carrive, J. Propriétés des intervalles circulaires et application à l'analyse harmonique automatique. Troisièmes Journées d'Informatique Musicale JIM 96, Caen, to appear, 1996.

  • Pachet, F. Ramalho, G. Carrive, J. Cornic, G. Representing temporal objects and reasoning in the MusES system, in International Conference on Music and Artificial Intelligence, pp. 33-48, Edinburgh University, 1995. get the postscript file

  • Carrive, J. Représentation du temps dans le système d'analyse MusES. Master's thesis. Laforia, Université Pierre & Marie Curie. September 1995. get the postscript file

    On CSP and objects, and automatic harmonization

  • Pachet, F. Roy, P. Integrating constraint satisfaction techniques with complex object structures. 15th Annual Conference of the British Computer Society Specialist Group on Expert Systems, ES'95, Cambridge, December 95. Best technical paper award. To appear. get the postscript file

  • Pachet, F. Roy, P. Mixing constraints and objects: a case study in automatic harmonization. TOOLS Europe '95, Prentice-Hall, pp. 119-126. get the postscript file

  • Roy, P. Pachet, F. Reifying constraint satisfaction in Smalltalk. Journal of Object-Oriented Programming, 1996, to appear. the draft.

    On automatic analysis of tonal music/jazz chord sequences

  • Pachet, F. Computer Analysis of Jazz Chord Sequences. Is Solar a Blues ? Contemporary Music Review, 1997, to appear.

  • Mouton, R., Pachet, F. Numeric vs symbolic controversy in automatic analysis of tonal music. IJCAI'95 Workshop on Artificial intelligence and Music. get the postscript file

  • Pachet, F. A meta-level architecture for analysing jazz chord sequences. Proceedings of International Conference on Computer Music, 1991, pp. 266- 269, Montréal. get the postscript file (both ICMC papers condensed into one Laforia tech report)

  • Pachet, F. Vers un modèle du raisonnements dans les langages à objets. Colloque "Langages et Modèles à Objets", Grenoble, octobre 1994, pp. 111-123. get the postscript file

    On simulation of improvization

  • Pachet, F. Representing Knowledge Used by Jazz Musicians. Proceedings of International Conference on Computer Music 1991, pp. 285-288, Montréal.

  • Ramalho, G. Pachet, F. From Real Book to Real Jazz Performance. International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, Lièges, Belgium, juillet 1994, pp. 349-350. get the postscript file

  • Ramalho, G., Ganascia, J.-G. (1994). Simulating Creativity in Jazz Performance. Proc. of 12th AAAI conf. Seattle, pp. 108-113, AAAI Press

  • Ramalho, G., Rolland, P.Y., and Ganascia, J.G., 1996. An Artificially Intelligent Jazz Performer. Journal of New Music Research, special issue on Cybernetic Paradigms of Musical and Theatrical Performance, to appear.

    On pattern induction

  • Rolland, P.Y., Ganascia, J.G. 1997. Musical Pattern Extraction and Similarity Assessment. Contemporary Music Review (to appear).

  • Rolland, P.Y., Ganascia, J.G. 1996. Automated Motive Oriented Analysis of Musical Corpuses: a Jazz Case Study. In Proceedings of the 20th International Computer Music Conference (ICMC'96), Honk Kong, August 1996.

  • Rolland, P.Y., Ganascia, J.G. Automated Identification of Prominent Motives in Jazz Solo Corpuses. In Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC'96), Montreal, August 1996.

    On Synthesizer patch programming

  • Rolland, P.-Y., Pachet, F. (1995) Knowledge representation on synthesizer patch programming. IJCAI'95 Workshop on Artificial intelligence and Music. get the postscript file

  • Rolland, P.-Y. Pachet, F. (1996) A Framework for Representing Knowledge about Synthesizer Programming. Computer Music Journal 20:3, pp. 47-58, Fall 1996. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

  • Rolland, P.Y. and Pachet, F. (1995). Représentation de connaissances sur la programmation de synthétiseurs. Secondes Journées d'Informatique Musicale (JIM), Paris, France.

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