Data Reduction

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The term data reduction is applied in a variety of contexts from reducing complex systems, often through sophisticated pattern matching algorithms, to means by which large-scale data sources can be encoded through the use of lower density data (e.g., MPEG) to achieve an extremely high level of recognition.

 

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Charbonneau, Gérard R. (1981). Timbre and the Perceptual Effects of Three Types of Data Reduction
LeBrun, Marc (1977). Notes on Microcomputer Music
Moorer, James, Grey, J, Strawn, J (1978). Lexicon of Analyzed Tones - Part 2
Roads, Curtis (1996c). The Computer Music Tutorial
Strawn, John (1982). Research on Timbre and Musical Contexts at CCRMA
Vaggione, Horacio (1994). Timbre as Syntax: A Spectral Modeling Approach
Wessel, David (1979). Timbre Space as Musical Control Structure

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