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1) (1) In this case 10 is chosen to represent the frequency of deepest C at 60 cps. The coded notes are plotted against time as expressed by successive beats. The digitized scores of Bach's Invention no. 1 and Invention no. 10 are shown in Figure 3. Revise the digitized score so that each unit of the number codes represents the shortest note in that score, which can be, for example, a sixteenth note or sixteenth of a full beat. In that case a quarter note (of a minor third, i = 3, for example) in the music score is replaced by four successive sixteenth notes (of the minor third), etc.

9) we see that the zero-level triangle, T1kj, is enclosed in two level-1 parent triangles, Tij and T k+4,j. With the representation for level = 0 ({ set of 3 vertex indices}, {set of 1 - 3 neighbours}, {set of 0 - 2 parents},level) for level > 0 ({ set of 2 children and 1 null}, {set of 1 neighbour and 2 nulls}, {set of 0 - 2 parents}, level) (11) it is possible to create a hierarchical description of a triangular mesh, where a triangle can be subdivided n times (see also [DeFI89]). The vertex and triangle indices of the parent, T ij , can be arranged in a hierarchical structure.

If the total length of a national border or a coastline, L(€), is a function ofthe unit €, is there a similar expression for music? , all the primaries, seconds, thirds, fourths, ... , with values of i equal to 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, ... , etc. The shortest beat of a composition can be considered the unit € to measure the 'length' of the total intervals, i, of a music score. If the shortest 'length' is a sixteenth beat, we can measure the total interval by summing up the note intervals between successive sixteenth beats.

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