Representation of Musical Structure for a Computationally Feasible Integration with Audio-Based Methods
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In terms of terminology, “musical structure” has been used in several, different contexts. In one interpretation, musical structure is essentially equivalent to musical form, which can be considered as a genre or rather style specific definition of the expectation of how a piece is composed on a rather global level. Another interpretation of structure is closer to the corresponding mathematical notion, where structure yields properties and regularity.