|DATE:||Wednesday, November 17th 2004.|
|TIME:||4:30 PM - 5:30 PM|
|TITLE:||Computational Geometric Aspects of Musical Rhythm|
|SPEAKER:||Godfried Toussaint, School of Computer Science, McGill University|
Musical rhythm is considered from the point of view of computational
The interaction between the two fields yields new insights into rhythm and music theory, as well as
new problems for research in mathematics and computer science. Recent results are reviewed, and open
problems are proposed. No knowledge of music is required to understand this talk.