A new book “Music, Mathematics and Language -The New Horizon of Computational Musicology Opened by Information Science-” was published on Dec. 6, 2022, by Springer.
Masatoshi Hamanaka, Team Leader of the Music Information Intelligence Team is one of the authors of the book.
This book presents a new approach to computational musicology in which music becomes a computational entity based on human cognition, allowing us to calculate music like numbers. Does music have semantics? Can the meaning of music be revealed using symbols and described using language? The authors seek to answer these questions in order to reveal the essence of music.
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Music, Mathematics and Language