In the present work, the Fuzzy Inductive Reasoning methodology (FIR) is used to improve coherence among beat patterns, structured in a musical A-B form. Patterns were generated based on a probability matrix, encoding a particular musical style, designed by experts. Then, all possible patterns were generated and the most probables were selected. A-B musical forms were created and the coherence of the sequence was evaluated by experts by using linguistic quantities. The output pairs (A-B pattern and its qualification) were used as inputs to train a FIR system, and the variables that produce “coherent” outputs and the relations among them where identified as rules. The extracted rules are discussed in the context of the musical form and from the psychological perception.
CitationPaz-Ortiz, I. [et al.]. Using the Fuzzy Inductive Reasoning methodology to improve coherence in algorithmic musical beat patterns. A: "Artificial intelligence research and development: Recent advances and applications". Amsterdam: IOS Press, 2014, p. 289-292.
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