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Improvising in Creative Symbolic Interaction

Gérard Assayag 1 
1 Repmus - Représentations musicales
STMS - Sciences et Technologies de la Musique et du Son
Abstract : Creative Symbolic Interaction brings together the advantages from the worlds of interactive real-time computing and intelligent, content-level analysis and processing, in order to enhance and humanize man-machine communication. Performers improvising along with Symbolic Interaction systems experiment a unique artistic situation where they interact with musical (and possibly multi-modal) agents which develop in their own ways while "keeping in style". Symbolic interaction aims at defining a new artificial creativity paradigm in computer music, and extends to other fields as well : The idea to bring together composition and improvisation by combining mathematical symbolic structures and cognitively inspired dynamical processes belongs to a general scheme that is likely to grow in many artistic and non-artistic domains.
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Gérard Assayag. Improvising in Creative Symbolic Interaction. Jordan B. L. Smith; Elaine Chew; Gérard Assayag. Mathematical Conversations : Mathematics and Computation in Music Performance and Composition, World Scientific; Imperial College Press, pp.61 - 74, 2016, Lecture Notes Series, 978-981-3140-09-7. ⟨hal-01378904⟩

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