The central purpose of this paper is to elaborate on the methods for computational modeling and to show how, although computational modeling should in principle be instrumental in the understanding of the structure of musical knowledge and the processes involved in music cognition, in practice it too often degenerates into a loose "if you want to understand the theory, here, look in my program" approach. We will show how many issues cannot be decided by inspecting computer programs as they are written nowadays, and we will indicate a possible solution, giving examples from the field of music cognition research.
Research Article| October 01 1998
Computational Modeling of Music Cognition: Problem or Solution?
Music Perception (1998) 16 (1): 151–166.
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Peter Desain, Henkjan Honing, Huub Vanthienen, Luke Windsor; Computational Modeling of Music Cognition: Problem or Solution?. Music Perception 1 October 1998; 16 (1): 151–166. doi: https://doi.org/10.2307/40285783
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