Computer-Generated music using grammatical evolution
EntityUAM. Departamento de Ingeniería Informática
PublisherThe European Multidisciplinary Society for Modelling and Simulation Technology (EUROSIS)
Citation9th Middle Eastern Simulation Multiconference : MESM 2008. Ed. Marwan Al-Akaidi. Ghent: EUROSIS, 2008.
Funded byThis work has been partially sponsored by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Technology (MCYT), project number TIC2002-01948.
SubjectsEvolutionary Computation; Grammatical Evolution; Genetic Algorithms; Computer Generated Music; Coding and Information Theory; Clustering; Informática
NoteThis is an electronic version of the paper presented at the Middle Eastern Simulation Multiconference (MESM) held in Amman (Jordan) on 2008
Rights© EUROSIS-ETI 2008
This paper proposes a new musical notation with Lindenmayer grammars, and describes the use of grammar evolution for the automatic generation of music expressed in this notation, with the normalized compression distance as the fitness function. The computer music generated tries to reproduce the style of a selected pre-existent piece of music. In spite of the simplicity of the algorithm, the procedure obtains interesting results.
Google Scholar:Abu Dalhoum, Abdel Latif - Alfonseca, Manuel - Cebrián Ramos, Manuel - Sánchez-Alfonso, Rafael - Ortega de la Puente, Alfonso
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