Testing and Analysis of a Computational Model of Human Rhythm Perception

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Angelis, Vassilis;
(2014)

This thesis presents an original methodology, as detailed below, applied to the testing of an existing computational model of human rhythm perception. Since the computational model instantiates neural resonance theory (Large and Snyder,2009), the thesis also tests that ... View more
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