Chaos Theory

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Chaos Theory is the qualitative study of unstable aperiodic behaviour in deterministic non-linear dynamical systems. (Source -


See also:

Entropy, Formalism, Stochastic Music



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Bayle, François (1993). Musique acousmatique. Proposition... ...positions
Bayle, François (1994). L’espace (post-scriptum...)
DI SCIPIO, Agostino (1991). Caos deterministico, composizione e sintesi del suono (Deterministic chaos, composition and souns synthesis)
Di Scipio, Agostino (1998). Compositional Models in Xenakis’s Electroacoustic Music
Harley, James (1991). Generative Processes in Algorithmic Composition: Chaos and Music
HINOJOSA CHAPEL, Rubén (2003). Realtime Algorithmic Music Systems From Fractals and Chaotic Functions: Toward an Active Musical Instrument
Little, David (1993). Composing with Chaos; Applications of a New Science for Music
MADDEN, Charles (1999). Fractals in Music. Introductory Mathematics for Musical Analysis
Malt, Mikhail (1996). {Lambda 3.99} (chaos, et composition musicale)
Milicevic, Mladen (1996). The Impact of Fractals, Chaos, and Complexity Theory on Computer Music Composition
Montague, Stephen (1991). The German Scene: Mesias Maiguashca Interviewed by Stephen Montague
Thomas, Jean-Christophe (1986). Vu de l’image
Warde, Ann (1999). Change Over Time: Responsibility and Power in the Midst of Catastrophe