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Conclusion the predicate returns true). In addition, the user can specify whether map-subobjects works recursively or processes only the direct subobjects of the given container. 9. Conclusion The representation of music is a complex task. A music representation expresses a large amount of explicit information which constitutes a score. A representation often provides means to conveniently access explicitly stored information as well as information which can be derived from it. The information to represent is influenced by several factors, for example, the style of the music or music theory concepts.

As already mentioned, a variable in constraint programming never changes its value (much like a variable in first-order logic). The domain of a variable will be reduced during the search process, but the domain will not change in any other way. 2 In principle, constraints can be arbitrary mathematical relations. Examples include numerical relations, set relations, logic relations, and tree or graph relations. Constraint systems predefine a set of constraints and often allow the user to extend this set.

Sec. 3). g. some user-function) which uses a textual representation directly and expects pitches encoded as key-numbers would require some changes whenever the format of the representation changes to frequency values. If multiple parts of an application depend on the format of the textual representation, every part would require changes – which can prove extremely hard and error-prone. Moreover, it is often necessary to represent the same musical information in different ways for different purposes.

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