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Formalizing quality rules on music notation. An ontology-based approach

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We address the issue of expressing and evaluating quality rules on music notation. Since music engraving is a highly flexible process that can hardly be constrained by universal principles and rules, score production still heavily relies on the user expertise in order to make context-dependent decisions. We therefore propose a quality management approach based on a formal modeling of this expertise. We show how to use such a model to express context-aware rules that can be evaluated either a priori to prevent the production of faulty notations, or a posteriori to assess quality indicators regarding a score or a corpus of scores. The paper proposes a simple ontology for musical notation, shows how quality rules can be formally stated and evaluated, and illustrates the approach with examples drawn from a large digital library of scores.

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hal-02475753 , version 1 (21-06-2021)

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Samira Si-Said Cherfi, Fayçal Hamdi, Philippe Rigaux, Virginie Thion, Nicolas Travers. Formalizing quality rules on music notation. An ontology-based approach. International Conference on Technologies for Music Notation and Representation - TENOR'17, May 2017, Coruna, Spain. ⟨hal-02475753⟩
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