In piano a sting is typically dampened (safe for pedal use) from one note to another that sound banks with a large number of individual recordings are used in commercial quality piano synths.
I do wonder however it what is a feasible approach for guitars though, particularly in cases where the strings are re-excited pretty quickly such as in a classical piece like Recuerdos de la Alhambra. As e.g. Wikipedia says about this piece:
The piece showcases a challenging guitar tremolo, wherein a single melody note is plucked consecutively by the ring, middle and index fingers in such rapid succession that the result is an illusion of one long sustained note. The thumb plays an arpeggio-pattern accompaniment simultaneously. Many who have heard the piece but not seen it performed mistake it for a duet.
Is this a negligible aspect, or does it have to be taken into account in a guitar synth that tries to close the physical model in sound reproduction?
I'd appreciate suggestions for further reading in the literature on this topic as well, e.g. research papers or book chapters dealing with this issue.
To clarify, I know something on a general level about Karpus-Strong, in the sense of "I heard of that". I was wondering about this specific aspect when the strings are struck again while still vibrating audibly enough. Is it a non-negligible thing to consider in a synthesizer?
I'm not entirely certain this is the right SE site to ask this on, by the way. If there's a more suitable one, please suggest it.