Fractal music


CLASSIFYING music using fractals could make it much easier for Internet search engines to pick out the kind of music people are looking for, say researchers in France. Scientists have long looked for self-similar patterns, or fractals, in music but without much success. Alain Iost and Maxime Bigerelle at the University of Science and Technology in Lille, France, made their breakthrough by looking at the amplitude of notes—their loudness—rather than their pitch. They found that the fractal patterns in the way loudness varies could be used to distinguish between different types of music,
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