Thanks to the cooperation of mathematics from Canada and the United States, it was possible to develop a mathematical program that helped to understand the authorship of Beatles hit. The subject was "In My Life," from the greatest "Rubber Soul album".
Paul McCartney and John Lennon argued about copyrights. The computer program analyzed all the songs written by both stars. The main purpose of the program was to search for the coincidence between the creativity of the authors and the song. As a result, Lennon is a potential song maker.
The program calculated and analyzed the notes, chords, stylistic features and favorite motifs of the stars. 149 categories were processed in total. As a result of a long calculation, the program showed a 98 percent chance that Lennon writes "In My Life." Scientists say that the program is spelled out correctly enough to give the most objective result.
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