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Applications of Neural Networks and Genetic Programming in Computer Music and Art

Research Questions

Seminal References

  1. Zipf, G.K. (1949), Human Behavior and the Principle of Least Effort, Addison-Wesley.
  2. Voss, R.F., and Clarke, J. (1975), "1/f Noise in Music and Speech", Nature 258, pp. 317-318.
  3. Spehar, B., C.W.G. Clifford, B.R. Newell, and R.P. Taylor. (2003). "Universal Aesthetic of Fractals." Computers & Graphics, vol. 27, pp. 813-820.


The following students have contributed to this exploration (since 2001, in reverse chronological order):
Patrick Roos, Thomas Zalonis, William Epperson, Michael Miller, Luca Pellicoro, David Lyle, John Emerson, Brian Murtagh, Jason Trinklein, Hector Mojica, Brian Muller, William Daugherty, Nicholas Johnson, Dallas Vaughan, Chris Wagner, Tarsem Purewal, Charles McCormick, Valerie Sessions, Yuliya Schmidt.


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