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Implicit learning in Music

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Music is, similar to language, a complex system the perception of which involves a variety of cognitive mechnisms. Many facets of music cognition, as we know today, appear to be grounded in implicit knowledge which is aquired through mere exposure to music. In this context, understanding implicit learning may be crucial both for modelling music cognition and addressing tasks of music information retrieval which rely on cognitively relevant methods. This talk will give an overview on (modelling) music cognition, and current research on implicit learning of musical structure.

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