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The Art of Artificial Evolution : A Handbook on Evolutionary Art and Music :  A Handbook on Evolutionary Art and Music - Juan Romero

The Art of Artificial Evolution : A Handbook on Evolutionary Art and Music

A Handbook on Evolutionary Art and Music

By: Juan Romero (Editor), Penousal Machado (Editor)

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Part I - Fundamentals.- Introduction.- Evolutionary Music.- Evolutionary Art.- Historical Perspective.- Part II - Evolutionary Music.- Interactive Evolutionary Music.- Cellular Automata, Artificial Life and Music.- Self-organised Music.- Part III - Evolutionary Art, Video and Design.- Interactive Evolutionary Art.- Electric Sheep.- Creative Evolutionary Design Tools.- Part IV - Artistic Perspectives.- Artists and Artificial Music.- Action Painting and Evolution.- Evolving Virtual Ecosystems.- Part V - Future Perspectives.- Coevolutionary Art.- Evolutionary Art and Hybrid Societies.- Open Problems

From the reviews: "A great strength of this collection is its inspirational potential. While reading it I compiled notes for five possible projects derived from (and often fusing) the techniques presented. I enjoyed reading the book, finding it both educational and thought-provoking. Anyone interested in evolved art should peruse this tome. It grants a sense of the breadth of the field and also permits readers to evaluate their personal potential and preparedness to become evolutionary artists. Serious practitioners will want this volume in their collections." (Journal of Mathematics and the Arts, Vol. 2(2), 2008, pp. 103-106) "This book presents an overview of the state of the art in EMA as it gains maturity as a research discipline and artistic practice. ... the book is accessible to technically competent artists and musicians, but also to artificial life researchers who may have an interest in how familiar techniques can be applied in creative settings." (Alice Eldridge, Artificial Life, Vol. 15 (2), 2009) "The book is a compilation of papers and essays by computer scientists, psychologists, practicing artists, designers, and musicians who have applied the theory and techniques of evolutionary computation to the visual arts, design, and music. The ideas, examples, and writing are of uniformly high quality." (Anthony J. Duben, ACM Computing Reviews, December, 2008) "The editors' objective was to create a handbook for evolutionary art and music by providing extensive coverage of existing work, giving enough background information for newcomers to get started and to provide possible direction for research. ... It is intended for a wide readership, ranging from researchers to artists ... . For people already active in evolutionary art and music, or who want to start working in it, I would certainly recommend this book. It certainly deserves a place in university libraries." (Jeroen Eggermont, Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines, Vol. 10 (1), 2009)

Evolutionary Art
Evolutionary Visual Art and Designp. 3
Evolutionary Search for the Artistic Rendering of Photographsp. 39
Evolution and Collective Intelligence of the Electric Sheepp. 63
Evolutionary Music
Evolutionary Computation Applied to Sound Synthesisp. 81
Swarm Granulationp. 103
Evolutionary Computing for Expressive Music Performancep. 123
Real-World Applications
Evolutionary and Swarm Design in Science, Art, and Musicp. 145
Genr8: Architects' Experience with an Emergent Design Toolp. 167
Evolving Human Facesp. 189
Evolutionary Reproduction of Dutch Masters; The Mondriaan and Escher Evolversp. 211
Artistic Perspectives
Artificial Art Made by Artificial Antsp. 227
Embedding of Pixel-Based Evolutionary Algorithms in My Global Art Processp. 249
Evolving Structure in Liquid Musicp. 269
A Survey of Virtual Ecosystems in Generative Electronic Artp. 289
Complexism and the Role of Evolutionary Artp. 311
Future Perspectives
The Evolution of Artistic Filtersp. 335
Co-evolutionary Methods in Evolutionary Artp. 357
Experiments in Computational Aestheticsp. 381
Facing the Future: Evolutionary Possibilities for Human-Machine Creativityp. 417
Indexp. 453
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ISBN: 9783540728764
ISBN-10: 3540728767
Series: Natural Computing Series
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Book with CD or DVD
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 459
Published: December 2007
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 2.3
Weight (kg): 0.8