IAMUS


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IAMUSInstallation Automated Manpower Utilization System
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Iamus, on one hand, is a half-cabinet that has produced scores of complete contemporary classical works (figure 1), qualified by professional musicians and composers as indistinguishable from those written by avant-garde composers (Berger 2013).
Iamus has been widely covered by the media, as the first computer that composes full works of professional contemporary classical music in its own style.
A series of simple notes were fed into Iamus and through set logarithms these notes formed a base and then mutated to become a multi-layered piece.
It's not clear if Into The Abyss, for that is Iamus's piece, reaches an apex of great beauty that simply, and with telling emotion, signals a rise from the darkness and a moment of hope, as Penderecki did in Threnody To The Victims of Hiroshima.
Iamus, placed five times from eight starts for Nicholson last season, struck on his first outing for John Allen when outclassing his 13 rivals in the other division of the maiden.
Leading at the third last flight, he only gave way at the last to go down by two and half lengths to Premier Bay but these two had pulled seven lengths clear of the rest of the field that included Iamus.
Always travelling well, Champagne Friend was stoked up at the home turn, going passed Scarrots and Iamus and making Serendipity work hard for his victory.