Topic : You’re invited to join the special talk “From Computational Models for Musicology to Music Models for Speech Visualization”
You’re invited to join the special talk “From Computational Models for Musicology to Music Models for Speech Visualization” by Evgeny Pyshkin, Senior Associate Professor, Ph.D., University of Aizu, Japan
Date: 8 February 2023
Location: 1st Floor, Building 5A (Theatre Room: 5104A)
**Remark: The student will get 2 hours for Y203 Y303 Y403 or selective activities (2 hours)
Abstract – In this talk, the aspects of mutual links between computer technology and human perception of the art and languages. We will revisit several projects on studying the computational models applied to music analysis, and their possible connection to computer-assisted language learning, speech processing, and visualization. Though exploring rich metaphors hidden in the musical compositions lay usually in the scope of musicology, there is still large space for formal methods based on mathematical models and software technology that can be helpful in discovering complementary insights into how the composition is structured, what are its relationships to the precursors’ works, and how it affects the later works of the same or other authors. In our visionary journey, we will see why the signal processing algorithms used in speech intonation analysis along with the functional and rhythmic music modeling can be promising for finding the new ways to improve our understanding of both the hidden language of music, and melodies of speech.
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