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Self-Assembly of Musical Representations in MGS

Abstract : In this paper, we apply morphogenetic processes, namely self-assembly processes, to compute automatically various abstract spaces that can be used to represent and analyze several well-known musical objects (sequence of chords, interval series, etc.). These constructions have been implemented in MGS, an unconventional programming language belonging to the family of spatial computing languages.
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Louis Bigo, Antoine Spicher. Self-Assembly of Musical Representations in MGS. International Journal of Unconventional Computing, Old City Publishing, 2014, 10 (3), pp.219-236. ⟨hal-02903099⟩

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