Software Support for Interactive Multimedia Performance
journal contributionposted on 01.06.2009, 00:00 authored by Roger B Dannenberg
A set of techniques have been developed and refined to support the demanding software requirements of combined interactive computer music and computer animation. The techniques include a new programming environment that supports an integration of procedural and declarative score-like descriptions of interactive real-time behavior. Also discussed are issues of asynchronous input, concurrency, memory management, scheduling, and testing. Two examples are described.