This work presents a model for computing hand gestures of guitarists, within a broader system for the automatic performance of music scores. The fingering model encapsulates the main physical and bio-mechanical constraints that guitarists deal with in their daily practice, and is based on the CSP framework. It is interfaced with a physical model of the classical guitar, which uses the fingering to compute some sound synthesis parameters. We report on a preliminary test, where the fingerings computed by the model are compared with those provided by three human experts.

A CSP Approach for Modeling the Hand Gestures of a Virtual Guitarist

RADICIONI, DANIELE PAOLO;LOMBARDO, Vincenzo
2005

Abstract

This work presents a model for computing hand gestures of guitarists, within a broader system for the automatic performance of music scores. The fingering model encapsulates the main physical and bio-mechanical constraints that guitarists deal with in their daily practice, and is based on the CSP framework. It is interfaced with a physical model of the classical guitar, which uses the fingering to compute some sound synthesis parameters. We report on a preliminary test, where the fingerings computed by the model are compared with those provided by three human experts.
9th Congress of the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence
Milan, Italy
September 21-23, 2005
AI*IA 2005: Advances in Artificial Intelligence 9th Congress of the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence Milan, Italy, September 21-23, 2005, Proceedings
Springer
Vol. 3673
470
473
978-3-540-31733-3
http://www.springer.com/it/book/9783540290414
D. RADICIONI; V. LOMBARDO
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