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Architecture and Mathematics: Art, Music and Science
Kim Williams
Bridges 1998 Pages 11–20
Automatic Interval Naming Using Relative Pitch
David Gerhard
Bridges 1998 Pages 37–48
The Poetics of Mathematics in Music
Pozzi Escot
Bridges 1998 Pages 69–72
The Mathematics of Steve Reich's "Clapping Music"
Joel K. Haack
Bridges 1998 Pages 87–92
Subjective Fidelity and Problems of Measurement in Audio Reproduction
John V.C. Nye
Bridges 1998 Pages 129–138
Interpersonal Hypothesis and the GUHA Method - Abstract
Jarmila Doubravová
Bridges 1998 Pages 277–278
What is the Difference between a Banjo and a Harley-Davidson Motorcycle? Answer: You Can Tune the Harley - Abstract
Daniel Fitzgerald
Bridges 1998 Pages 291–292
The Mathematics of the Just Intonation Used in the Music of Terry Riley
Joel K. Haack
Bridges 1999 Pages 101–110
Some Briggsian Bridges Between Sense Perception, Postage Stamps, and Stylized Proportions or A Musician-Mathematician Looks at Life
Stephen Eberhart
Bridges 1999 Pages 123–130
Where's the BEAT? Discovering the Musical Rhythms and Accompanying Mathematical Patterns in Poetry
Beverly Finkbeiner Mayhew
Bridges 1999 Pages 157–160
The Art-Science Marriage, From Quarrel to Understanding
Solomon Marcus
Bridges 1999 Pages 279–290
Music, Mathematics, and Magnetic Ordering - Abstract
Richard Krantz, Jack Douthett and John Clough
Bridges 1999 Pages 295–296
Towards A Topology of Music - Abstract
Isaiah Jackson and Nathan P. Ritchey
Bridges 1999 Pages 299–299
Towards a Methodological View on (Computer-Assisted) Music Analysis
Nico Schuler
Bridges 2000 Pages 99–104
Musical Composition as Applied Mathematics: Set Theory and Probability in Iannis Xenakis's "Herma"
Ronald Squibbs
Bridges 2000 Pages 141–152
The End of the Well-Tempered Clavichord?
W. Douglas Maurer
Bridges 2000 Pages 169–176
Maximally Even Sets
Richard Krantz, Jack Douthett and John Clough
Bridges 2000 Pages 193–200
On Musical Space and Combinatorics: Historical and Conceptual Perspectives in Music Theory
Catherine Nolan
Bridges 2000 Pages 201–208
A Fresh Look at Number
Jay Kappraff and Gary W. Adamson
Bridges 2000 Pages 255–266
Come un meccanismo di precisione: The Third Movement of Ligeti's Second String Quartet
Diane Luchese
Bridges 2001 Pages 37–46
The Use of Ratios in the Player Piano Studies of Conlon Nancarrow
Julie Scrivener
Bridges 2001 Pages 159–166
Humor and Music in the Mathematics Classroom
J.G. Eberhart
Bridges 2001 Pages 175–180
The Influence and Use of Music and Mathematics in My Art
Douglas D. Peden
Bridges 2001 Pages 223–232
The Linear Diophantine Equation in Music Theory - Abstract
Jack Douthett and Richard Krantz
Bridges 2001 Pages 339–339
Constructing a Piano -- A Key is Provided by Leonhard Euler - Abstract
Robert L. Bailey
Bridges 2001 Pages 340–340
Creating Prelude Music Using Number Patterns - Abstract
Cheryl Whitelaw
Bridges 2001 Pages 342–342
Set Operations in the Music of Nikolai Roslavets
Terry B. Ewell
Bridges 2002 Pages 17–24
The Pi Symphony: Numeric Sequences in Music
Lars Erickson
Bridges 2002 Pages 49–53
Time-Space of Music - Abstract
Marina Korsakova-Kreyn
Bridges 2002 Pages 82–82
Exploring Fractal Geometry in Music
Brian Hansen and Cheri Shakiban
Bridges 2002 Pages 83–90
Hearing With Our Eyes: The Geometry of Tonal Space
Julian L. Hook
Bridges 2002 Pages 123–134
A Mathematical Analysis of African, Brazilian, and Cuban Clave Rhythms
Godfried Toussaint
Bridges 2002 Pages 157–168
Anne Bulckens' Analysis of the Proportions of the Parthenon and its Meanings
Jay Kappraff
Bridges 2002 Pages 221–226
A Musical Suite Based on the Platonic Solids
W. Douglas Maurer
Bridges 2002 Pages 227–233
Pure-Tone Approximation to Equal-Temperament: How Close is Close? - Abstract
Jack Douthett and Richard Krantz
Bridges 2002 Pages 284–284
Tonal Optimization in Music Playing
Jiashi Hou
Bridges 2002 Pages 293–300
Real Kecak Systems - Abstract
Akio Hizume
Bridges 2002 Pages 319–319
Classification and Phylogenetic Analysis of African Ternary Rhythm Timelines
Godfried Toussaint
Bridges 2003 Pages 25–36
On the Perception of Tone
Richard J. Krantz, Jack Douthett and Richard Plotkin
Bridges 2003 Pages 77–84
Hidden Geometry in Music of Bach and Schoenberg: Reflection, Rotation, Proportion
Johnathan Saggau
Bridges 2003 Pages 283–290
Dynamical Systems: A Golden Gate from Auditory Physiology to Musical Aesthetics?
Julyan H.E. Cartwright, Diego L. González, Oreste Piro and Domenico Stanzial
Bridges 2003 Pages 331–338
The Relationship among Proportions, Ottoman-Turkish Music and Architecture - Abstract
Guney Kurdak
Bridges 2003 Pages 561–561
New Pentatonic Scale Relationships with Visual Parallels - Abstract
Veryan Weston
Bridges 2003 Pages 569–570
Music - Sounding Proportions in Motion - Abstract
Marina Korsakova-Kreyn
Bridges 2003 Pages 585–586
El Compás Flamenco: A Phylogenetic Analysis
J. Miguel Díaz-Báñez, Giovanna Farigu, Francisco Gómez, David Rappaport and Godfried T. Toussaint
Bridges 2004 Pages 61–70
Cognitive Models of Music and Painting
James Peterson and Linda Dzuris
Bridges 2004 Pages 109–116
The Influence of Incipit Length on the Results of Statistical and Information-Theoretical Melody Analysis
Nico Schüler
Bridges 2004 Pages 133–140
Asymmetric Rhythms, Tiling Canons, and Burnside's Lemma
Rachel W. Hall and Paul Klingsberg
Bridges 2004 Pages 189–194
Hunting Additional Pixels in Digitally Amplified Art: Looking for Clues in Music, with Inspiration from Mathematics
Mark Nelson
Bridges 2004 Pages 223–230