Mot-clé : Gesture

2012

We present a general theoretical framework to describe segments and the different possible mapping that can be established between them. Each segment can be related to different music representations, graphical scores, music signals or gesture signals. This theoretical formalism is general and is compatible with large number of problems found in sound and gesture computing. We describe some examples we developed in interactive score representation, superposed w... read_more

We present a general theoretical framework to describe segments and the different possible mapping that can be established between them. Each segment can be related to different music representations, graphical scores, music signals or gesture signals. This theoretical formalism is general and is compatible with large number of problems found in sound and gesture computing. We describe some examples we developed in interactive score representation, superposed with signal representation, and the description of synchronization between gesture and sound signals.

Dominique Fober, Frédéric Bevilacqua, Roland Assous

Mots-clés :
Gesture, Music, Music score, Synchronization