Traditional engineering education, with its focus on formal disciplines such as mathematics and natural sciences, has been adequate for many aspects of problem solving. However, new cultural and economic challenges in the globalized world require the ability to see problems as a whole and to compete thanks to the ability of problem finding, which requires the kind of intuition and creativity generally associated with art and aesthetics. This article claims that thanks to the development of new technology and tools in musical computer science, such as Standard IEEE P1599 developed by the authors, it is possible to integrate creative training in a formal curriculum, thus favoring the development of intuitive skills among engineering students.

Developing Intuition in Engineering Education: New Technology To Capture Structures in Music / D. Baggi, A. Baratè, G. Haus, L.A. Ludovico - In: Engineering Education priority for global development Engineering Education priority for global development / [a cura di] F. Fluckinger, R. Ruprecht, T. Ruutmann. - Tallinn : SEFI, 2006. - ISBN 9985596463. (( Intervento presentato al 35. convegno International IGIP Symposium: Engineering Education-The Priority for Global Development tenutosi a Tallinn, Estonia nel 2006.

Developing Intuition in Engineering Education: New Technology To Capture Structures in Music

A. Baratè;G. Haus;L.A. Ludovico
2006

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Traditional engineering education, with its focus on formal disciplines such as mathematics and natural sciences, has been adequate for many aspects of problem solving. However, new cultural and economic challenges in the globalized world require the ability to see problems as a whole and to compete thanks to the ability of problem finding, which requires the kind of intuition and creativity generally associated with art and aesthetics. This article claims that thanks to the development of new technology and tools in musical computer science, such as Standard IEEE P1599 developed by the authors, it is possible to integrate creative training in a formal curriculum, thus favoring the development of intuitive skills among engineering students.
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