Visual Perception of Music Notation: On-Line and Off Line Recognition

Visual Perception of Music Notation: On-Line and Off Line Recognition

Susan Ella George (University of South Australia, Australia)
Release Date: July, 2003|Copyright: © 2004 |Pages: 372
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-298-5
ISBN13: 9781591402985|ISBN10: 1591402980|EISBN13: 9781931777957
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Visual Perception of Music Notation: On-Line and Off Line Recognition addresses the computer recognition of music notation, its interpretation and use within various application contexts. It includes research in the field of image processing and pen-based computing, representation languages and web-based applications. This book consolidates the successes, challenges and questions raised by the computer perception of this music notation language.

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Susan E. George received her BSc and PhD in computer science from the University of Reading, UK and MSc in Knowledge-Based Systems from Edinburgh University, UK. Dr. George has undertaken postdoctoral research at both the University of Wales (UK) and University of South Australia. She is currently a senior lecturer in Computer and Information Science at the University of South Australia. Her research interests include artificial neural networks and pattern recognition with applications in various fields.
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