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Connectionist Models Of Musical Thinking (Studies in the History and Interpretation of Music)

by Harold E. Fiske

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  • 4 Currently reading

Published by Edwin Mellen Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Theory of music & musicology,
  • Instruction & Study - Appreciation,
  • Reference,
  • Music,
  • Music/Songbooks,
  • Connectionism,
  • Psychological aspects

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages211
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10971199M
    ISBN 100773461922
    ISBN 109780773461925

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Connectionist Models Of Musical Thinking (Studies in the History and Interpretation of Music) by Harold E. Fiske Download PDF EPUB FB2

For the past decade, Fiske (music, U. of Western Ontario) has been using neural network models to test his theory that musical thinking can be described as a hierarchy of progressively more intricate pattern-comparison activity, and that the resulting musical realizations are limited to only three cognitive category by: 2.

Connectionist models of musical thinking. [Harold E Fiske] -- For the past decade, Fiske (music, U. of Western Ontario) has been using neural network models to test his theory that musical thinking can be described as a hierarchy of progressively more intricate.

This book can be found in: Entertainment > Music > Music theory zoom Connectionist Models of Musical Thinking - Studies in the History & Interpretation of Music S.

(Hardback)Author: Harold E. Fiske. The book explores a series of neural network models designed to represent music listening processes.

Backpropagation, Adaptive Resonance Theory, and other connectionist procedures are used to model melodic perception, interpretation, and : Connectionist Models of Development is an edited collection of essays on the current work concerning connectionist or neural network models of human development.

The brain comprises millions of nerve cells that share myriad connections, and this book looks at how human development in these systems is typically characterised as adaptive changes to the strengths of these cturer: Psychology Press.

Mind: A Connectionist Model. that were difficult or impossible to study in earlier psychological models. Hence, the "musical networks" in this book are all when perceiving and thinking Author: Rajakishore Nath. Using Connectionist Models to Explore Complex Musical Patterns Article (PDF Available) in Computer Music Journal 13(3) September with 22 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Aims. Some connectionist models of tonality have been proposed before but they are rarely realistic in that they often use a priori knowledge from the musical domain (e.g., octave equivalence) or are built without going through learning (Bharucha, ; extended by Laden, ).This paper presents an Artificial Neural Network (ANN), based on a simplified version of.

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Cognitive Learning I: Understanding Effective Thinking interested in the study of thinking use metaphors and models to explain what or new connectionist models (Bechtel & Abrahamsen, ; Rumelhart, ). By now you are probably asking yourself about the connection between goodFile Size: KB.

recent research on the topic of creative thinking in music for students in primary, secondary, and tertiary education since my review of this literature earlier (Webster, ). A central mission of this chapter will be to present a more advanced model of creative thinking in music based on this and the contextual issues noted above.

Computational models offer tools for exploring the nature of human cognitive processes. In connectionist, neural network, or parallel distributed processing models, information processing takes the form of cooperative and competitive interactions among many simple, neuron-like processing by: Connectionist modelling and neural network applications had become a major sub-field of cognitive science by the mids.

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Connectionist approaches are related to neural networks and provide a distinct alternative to cognitive models inspired by the digital computer. After defining key terms, a short history of connectionism is presented, first in the narrower context.

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