Articles by Eduardo Reck Miranda in JoVE
A Method for Growing Bio-memristors from Slime Mold Eduardo Reck Miranda1, Edward Braund1 1Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research, Plymouth University This paper introduces an improved method for growing bio-memristors out of the plasmodium of Physarum polycephalum. Such a method has proven to decrease growth time, increase component lifespan, standardize electrical observations, and create a protected environment that can be integrated into conventional circuitry.
Other articles by Eduardo Reck Miranda on PubMed
At the Crossroads of Evolutionary Computation and Music: Self-programming Synthesizers, Swarm Orchestras and the Origins of Melody Evolutionary Computation. | Pubmed ID: 15157372 This paper introduces three approaches to using Evolutionary Computation (EC) in Music (namely, engineering, creative and musicological approaches) and discusses examples of representative systems that have been developed within the last decade, with emphasis on more recent and innovative works. We begin by reviewing engineering applications of EC in Music Technology such as Genetic Algorithms and Cellular Automata sound synthesis, followed by an introduction to applications where EC has been used to generate musical compositions. Next, we introduce ongoing research into EC models to study the origins of music and detail our own research work on modelling the evolution of melody.