The Music Informatics Research Group, formerly known as the Artificial Intelligence and Music Research Group, is part of the Division of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh, although it has strong links with other research groups and institutes within and outwith Edinburgh. Most members of the Music Informatics Research Group take part in one of the Division of Informatics' Research Institutes, mainly in the Institute for Communicating and Collaborative Systems, the Institute of Perception, Action and Behaviour and the Institute for Representation and Reasoning. The group's research interest is the application of Artificial Intelligence techniques and methods to modelling human musical behaviour and communication, and so to support music analysis, performance, education and composition research.Check the access statistics for this page
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Last modified: Thu 11 Jan 2001.