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Art to SMart: An evolutionary computational model for BharataNatyam choreography

Show simple item record Jadhav, S. Joshi, M. Pawar, J.D. 2015-09-22T08:37:54Z 2015-09-22T08:37:54Z 2012
dc.identifier.citation Proc. 12 Int. Conf. on Hybrid Intelligent Systems (HIS), 4-7 Dec 2012. 2012; 384-389 en_US
dc.description.abstract Dance choreography is an intense, creative and intuitive process. A choreographer has to finalize appropriate dance steps from amongst millions of possibilities. Though it is not impossible, the choreographer being human cannot explore, analyze and remember all these variations among steps due to large scale of available options. Hence, we propose to simplify the problem of exploring and selecting dance steps from amongst the huge set of all possible variations for an Indian Classical Dance, BharataNatyam (BN). Based on a computational model developed by Jadhav et al. [13], we propose a Genetic Algorithm (GA) driven automatic system that would provide a list of unexplored novel dance steps to choreographers. We have incorporated certain measures to ensure that the proposed dance steps should be feasible and appropriate. In this paper, we discuss an automated approach to obtain unexplored dance steps using a proposed fitness function for a single beat/count. The details of experimental study performed for the Genetic Algorithm based art to SMart (System Modelled art) system along with the results obtained are also presented in this paper. en_US
dc.publisher IEEE en_US
dc.subject Computer Science and Technology en_US
dc.title Art to SMart: An evolutionary computational model for BharataNatyam choreography en_US
dc.type Conference article en_US

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