Review of Noyce, Küssner and Sollich: Quantifying Shapes

Daniel Müllensiefen

Abstract


This review discusses the original contributions and strengths of the target article by Noyce, Küssner and Sollich and also suggests a few points for consideration to maximize the usefulness of their analytical approach for the music psychology research community.

Keywords


audio-visual processing; shapes; contour; clustering; music drawing

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18061/emr.v8i2.3933

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