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Designing a multi-agent system for composition

K. Borna, B. Masoumi, S.M. Tejareh, D. Alimohammadi

Abstract


The main purpose of this paper is to design a collaborative multi-agent system for providing an XML output which is used in composition. Explaining the performance of rhythm and melody agents is the main part of the paper structure. In this research, systems analysis and design has been adopted as the methodology; and computational calculations have been used. An XML output that is a printable music note can be used by famous music software packages like Sibelius and Final. The novel method introduced in this paper is new and can help musicians make new music with better quality and more diverse content anywhere anytime.

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