Combining Fuzzy and Case-Based Reasoning to Generate Human-like Music Performances
In this brief paper we describe several extensions and improvements of a previously reported system  capable of generating expressive music by imitating human performances. The system is based on Case-Based Reasoning (CBR) and Fuzzy techniques.
KeywordsExpressive Parameter Fuzzy Technique Computer Music Case Memory Musical Phrase
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