The book opens with a short introduction to Indian music, in particular classical Hindustani music, followed by a chapter on the role of statistics in computational musicology.
Author: Soubhik Chakraborty
The book opens with a short introduction to Indian music, in particular classical Hindustani music, followed by a chapter on the role of statistics in computational musicology. The authors then show how to analyze musical structure using Rubato, the music software package for statistical analysis, in particular addressing modeling, melodic similarity and lengths, and entropy analysis; they then show how to analyze musical performance. Finally, they explain how the concept of seminatural composition can help a music composer to obtain the opening line of a raga-based song using Monte Carlo simulation. The book will be of interest to musicians and musicologists, particularly those engaged with Indian music.
In this work, we have joined the utilization of Hindustani (North Indian) melodic notes to encode messages and used this method on three ragas to test the robustness of the algorithm with different input size.
Author: Shailly Ranjan
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
Academic Paper from the year 2020 in the subject Musicology - Systematic musicology, , course: IMSc Mathematics and Computing, language: English, abstract: With an onset of electronic commerce and portable devices for communication, cryptology has become an exceedingly important science in the present day. The diversity of applications in which crypto-algorithms have to operate have increased and hence the requirement for the efficient algorithms have grown. Confidential information of a government or private agency or department is secured through the use of Cryptography. Musical properties, for example, notes of which the music is made are not consistent and shift from one arrangement to another. Same tune played by various composers shows a variety in the succession of notes utilized along with different qualities of a musical organization, for example, term of each note and the recurrence at which each note is played. Such a variety can be utilized to encode the message. In this work, we have joined the utilization of Hindustani (North Indian) melodic notes to encode messages and used this method on three ragas to test the robustness of the algorithm with different input size. We have utilized a semi-natural composition procedure to produce note successions of Indian music which would then be able to be utilized as a device for message stowing away. This from the outset place guarantees that the message is avoided the interloper and second it gives another irregular arrangement of notes each time same message is sent. So the very motivation behind a Cryptographic calculation is served. The scrambled message as melodic notes is at that point sent to the planned beneficiary as a melodic structure which helps in opposing the gatecrasher of detecting any classified data that is being sent over the correspondence channel.
The Ranchi team also has a medical unit at Rajendra Institute of Medical
Sciences (RIMS) where a team of doctors and another statistician are working on
music—medicine. The first book on computational musicology in Hindustani music ...
Author: Asoke Kumar Datta
Category: Technology & Engineering
This book presents a comprehensive overview of the basics of Hindustani music and the associated signal analysis and technological developments. It begins with an in-depth introduction to musical signal analysis and its current applications, and then moves on to a detailed discussion of the features involved in understanding the musical meaning of the signal in the context of Hindustani music. The components consist of tones, shruti, scales, pitch duration and stability, raga, gharana and musical instruments. The book covers the various technological developments in this field, supplemented with a number of case studies and their analysis. The book offers new music researchers essential insights into the use the automatic concept for finding and testing the musical features for their applications. Intended primarily for postgraduate and PhD students working in the area of scientific research on Hindustani music, as well as other genres where the concepts are applicable, it is also a valuable resource for professionals and researchers in musical signal processing.
J. Indian Musicolo. Soc. 1, 2 (1970) 9. V.N. Bhatkhande. https://en.wikipedia.org/
wiki/Vishnu_Narayan_Bhatkhande. Accessed 22 Mar 2018 10. S. Rao, P. Rao,
An overview of Hindustani music in the context of computational musicology.
Author: Xiao-Zhi Gao
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Technology & Engineering
This book features high-quality papers presented at the International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Communication Technology (CICT 2019) organized by ABES Engineering College, Ghaziabad, India, and held from February 22 to 23, 2019. It includes the latest advances and research findings in fields of computational science and communication such as communication & networking, web & informatics, hardware and software designs, distributed & parallel processing, advanced software engineering, advanced database management systems and bioinformatics. As such, it is of interest to research scholars, students, and engineers around the globe.
Learners. of. Hindustani. Classical. Music. Kunjal Gajjar and Mukesh Patel
Abstract The primary objective of work is to ... Computational Musicology from the
perspective of HCM deals with Raga recognition and music generation, however
Author: Milan Tuba
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Technology & Engineering
This book proposes new technologies and discusses future solutions for ICT design infrastructures, as reflected in high-quality papers presented at the 4th International Conference on ICT for Sustainable Development (ICT4SD 2019), held in Goa, India, on 5–6 July 2019. The conference provided a valuable forum for cutting-edge research discussions among pioneering researchers, scientists, industrial engineers, and students from all around the world. Bringing together experts from different countries, the book explores a range of central issues from an international perspective.
Author: Indian Musicological SocietyPublish On: 2008
She has established a Foundation to promote the cause of Indian music . Rokus
de Groot holds the chair of musicology ... As a musicologist she has a special
interest in computational musicology and organology . At present she is engaged
Among the very few studies on Hindustani music improvisation , the work of
Kippen on tabla drumming stands out . ... Kippen pursued his studies by means
of an ingenious method of interactive computational musicology ( 1992a , 1992b
Author: José Luiz Martinez
Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass Publ.
Category: Hindustani music
For thousands of years music in India has been considered a signifying art. Indian music creates and represents meanings of all kings, some of which extend outwardly to the cosmos, while others arise inwardly, in the refined feelings which a musical connoisseur experiences when listening to it. In this book the author explores signification in Hindustani classical music along a two-fold path. Martineq first constructs a theory of musical semiotics based on the sign-theories of Charles Sanders Peirce. He then applies his theory to the analysis of various types of Hindustani music and how they generate significations. The author engages such fundamental issues as sound quality, raga, tala and form, while advancing his unique interpretations of well-known semiotic phenomena like iconicity, metalanguage, indexicality, symbolism, Martinez`s study also provides deep insight into semiotic issues of musical perception, performance, scholarship, and composition. An specially innovative and extensive section of the book analyzes representations in Hindustani music in terms of the Indian aesthetic theory of rasa. The evolution of the rasa system as applied to musical structures is traced historically and analyzed semiotically. In the light of Martinez`s theories, Hindustani music reveals itself to be both a delightfully sensuous and highly sophisticated system of acoustic representations.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 13th International Symposium on Music Technology with Swing, CMMR 2017, held in Matosinhos, Portugal, in September 2017. The 44 full papers presented were selected from 64 submissions.
Author: Mitsuko Aramaki
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 13th International Symposium on Music Technology with Swing, CMMR 2017, held in Matosinhos, Portugal, in September 2017. The 44 full papers presented were selected from 64 submissions. The papers are grouped in eight sections: music information retrieval, automatic recognition, estimation and classification, electronic dance music and rhythm, computational musicology, sound in practice: auditory guidance and feedback in the context of motor learning and motor adaptation, human perception in multimodal context, cooperative music networks and musical HCIs, virtual and augmented reality, research and creation: spaces and modalities.
We are able to give fiducial limits for the determinant using Chebyshev's inequality for all the distributions discussed in the text (except standard Cauchy distribution for which expectation does not exist).
Author: Nikita Saha
Master's Thesis from the year 2019 in the subject Mathematics - Stochastics, grade: 8.5, course: Integrated MSc in Mathematics and Computing, language: English, abstract: We are interested in the behaviour of a determinant with i.i.d. random variates as its elements. A probabilistic analysis has been done for such determinants of orders 2 and 3. We have considered some of the well known distributions, namely, discrete uniform, Binomial Poisson, continuous uniform, standard normal, standard Cauchy and exponential. We are able to give fiducial limits for the determinant using Chebyshev's inequality for all the distributions discussed in the text (except standard Cauchy distribution for which expectation does not exist). The main objective is to find the probability distribution of the determinant when its elements are from any of the distributions stated above. The desired distribution has been approximated using the method of transformation in general but when this method could not produce desired results we relied on empirical results based on simulation.
With References to Hindustani Music Ashok Damodar Ranade ... Can Musical
Ideas be Chronologically Placed ? ... It must be admitted that in performing
contexts Time computation would need to follow larger rhythms because musical
Author: International Council for Traditional MusicPublish On: 1989
Peo Oertli demonstrated his notational system for “ Rhythmics ” with many
examples both in computer - notation and in ... in Indian musicology at the
University of Utrecht ( occupied by Emmie te Nijenhuis from 1974 ) has
unfortunately been ...
Author: International Council for Traditional Music
Gharu according to Bhai Kahn Singh , means Taal and computation of Swar or
Murchhana in relation to Sargam Pras of ... During fourteenth century Amir
Khusro introduced Sitar and Tabla in Indian music and invented composition
such as ... He wrote a number of treatises which are of special interest to musicologists .
Nat Narayan Rag.5 Khusro introduced Sitar and Tabla in InAccording to the
version noted above dian music and ... and as Qual ( now Qawali ) and Tarana
by comTodi the variation of Basant Kalyan that bining Persian and Indian
melodies . ... the Sikh wrote a number of treatises which are of Gurus have
treated all thirtyone ragas as special interest to musicologists . ... Gharu ,
according to Bhai Kahn Guru Arjun ushered a new era in the Singh , means Taal
and computation of history of ...