Re: Stream segregation (Pierre Divenyi )

Subject: Re: Stream segregation
From:    Pierre Divenyi  <pdivenyi(at)MARVA4.NCSC.MED.VA.GOV>
Date:    Thu, 4 Mar 1999 10:44:35 -0800

Try the model by Sue McCabe (Plymouth, GB): Sue McCabe <suem(at)> It's a very nice and pretty successful model. Pierre Divenyi At 09:38 AM 3/4/99 -0500, David Temperley wrote: >I'm looking around for computational models of musical stream segregation. >Specifically, I'm looking for systems that can take the notes of a piece >(as in a MIDI file, for example) and group them into contrapuntal lines. >(So I'm interested in what Bregman calls "sequential integration" -- NOT >simultaneous integration, i.e., grouping of partials into notes.) Does >anyone know of any such models? > >Thanks - > > David Temperley > >============================================= > >David Temperley >Lecturer in Music Theory > >School of Music home: 614-299-2308 >Weigel Hall office: 614-292-7321 >Ohio State University temperley.1(at) >Columbus, OH 43201 > >============================================= >

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