Bol Processor Grammars. Bel, B. & Kippen, J. In Understanding Music with AI, pages 366--400. AAAI Press, 1992.
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Bol Processor grammars are an extension of unrestricted generative grammars allowing a simple representation of string "patterns", here taken to mean repetitions and homomorphic transformations. These have been successfully applied to the simulation of improvisatory techniques in traditional drum music, using a production-rule system called "Bol Processor BP1". The basic concepts and parsing techniques of BP1 are presented.A new version of Bol Processor, namely "BP2", has been designed to serve as a aid to rule-based composition in contemporary music. Extensions of the syntactic model, such as metavariables, remote contexts, substitutions and programmed grammars, are briefly introduced.
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	abstract = {Bol Processor grammars are an extension of unrestricted generative grammars allowing a simple representation of string "patterns", here taken to mean repetitions and homomorphic transformations. These have been successfully applied to the simulation of improvisatory techniques in traditional drum music, using a production-rule system called "Bol Processor BP1". The basic concepts and parsing techniques of BP1 are presented.A new version of Bol Processor, namely "BP2", has been designed to serve as a aid to rule-based composition in contemporary music. Extensions of the syntactic model, such as metavariables, remote contexts, substitutions and programmed grammars, are briefly introduced.},
	urldate = {2015-02-04TZ},
	booktitle = {Understanding {Music} with {AI}},
	publisher = {AAAI Press},
	author = {Bel, Bernard and Kippen, James},
	editor = {Balaban, Mira},
	year = {1992},
	keywords = {\_tablet},
	pages = {366--400}
}
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