Computational Creativity 2012 ICCC 2012

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Table of contents

Keynote Speaker

  • Steven M. Smith: Mechanisms of Creative Cognition: Theory and Research.

Session 1 Conceptual Blending Chair: Simon Colton

  • Tony Veale: From Conceptual “Mash-ups” to “Bad-ass” Blends: A Robust Computational Model of Conceptual Blending.
  • Boyang Li, Alexander Zook, Nicholas Davis and Mark Riedl: Goal-Driven Conceptual Blending: A Computational Approach for Creativity.

Session 2 Analogy Chair: Pablo Gervás

Diarmuid O’Donoghue and Mark T. Keane: A Creative Analogy Machine: Results and Challenges.

  • Atilim Gunes Baydin, Ramon Lopez De Mantaras and Santiago Ontanon: Automated Generation of Cross-Domain Analogies via Evolutionary Computation.
  • Matjaz Jursic, Bojan Cestnik, Tanja Urbancic and Nada Lavrac: Cross-domain literature mining: Finding bridging concepts with CrossBee.

Session 3 Search Chair: Nick Montfort

  • Graeme Ritchie: A closer look at creativity as search.
  • v: Creative Search Trajectories and their Implications.

'Session 4 Reflections Chair: Dan Ventura

  • Colin Johnson: The Creative Computer as Romantic Hero? or, What Kind of Creative Personae do Computational Creativity Systems Exemplify?
  • Bipin Indurkhya: Whence is creativity?
  • Mary Lou Maher: Computational and Collective Creativity: Who’s Being Creative?
  • Lior Noy, Yuval Hart, Natalie Andrew, Omer Ramote, Avi Mayo and Uri Alon: Computers can’t jump? A quantitative approach for studying creative leaps.
  • John Charnley, Alison Pease, and Simon Colton: On the Notion of Framing in Computational Creativity.
  • Nick Montfort and Natalia Fedorova: Small-Scale Creative Systems.

Session 5 Generative Systems Chair: Graeme Ritchie

  • Kristine Monteith, Tony Martinez and Dan Ventura: Automatic Generation of Melodic Accompaniments for Lyrics.
  • Simon Colton, Jacob Goodwin and Tony Veale: Full-FACE Poetry Generation.
  • Rafael Pérez y Pérez, Nora Morales and Luis Rodríguez: Illustrating a Computer Generated Narrative.
  • Amy K. Hoover, Paul A. Szerlip, Marie E. Norton, Trevor A. Brindle, Zachary Merritt and Kenneth O. Stanley: Generating a Complete Multipart Musical Composition from a Single Monophonic. Melody with Functional Scaffolding

Session 6 Evaluation I Chair: Alison Pease

  • Richard Morris, Scott Burton, Paul Bodily and Dan Ventura: Soup Over Bean of Pure Joy: Culinary Ruminations of an Artificial Chef.
  • Adam Burnett, Evon Khor, Philippe Pasquier and Arne Eigenfeldt: Validation of Harmonic Progression Generator Using Classical Music.
  • Try Agustini and Ruli Manurung: Automatic evaluation of punning riddle template extraction.

Session 7 Evaluation II Chair: Rafael Pérez y Pérez

  • Arne Eigenfeldt, Philippe Pasquier and Adam Burnett: Evaluating Musical Metacreation.
  • Adam Linson, Chris Dobbyn and Robin Laney: Critical issues in evaluating freely improvising interactive music systems.
  • Jichen Zhu: Towards a New Evaluation Approach in Computational Narrative Systems.

Session 8 Computers Being Creative Chair: Kyle Jennings

  • Robert Keller, August Toman-Yih, Alexandra Schofield and Zack Merritt: A Creative Improvisational Companion Based on Idiomatic Harmonic Bricks.
  • Robert Smith, Aaron Dennis and Dan Ventura: Automatic Composition from Non-musical Inspiration Sources.
  • Stefan Rank, Steve Hoffmann, Hans-Georg Struck, Ulrike Spierling and Paolo Petta: Creativity in Configuring Affective Agents for Interactive Storytelling.
  • Shinji Ogawa, Bipin Indurkhya and Aleksander Byrski: A Meme-Based Architecture for Modeling Creativity.
  • Lorenzo Gatti, Marco Guerini, Charles Callaway, Oliviero Stock and Carlo Strapparava: Creatively Subverting Messages in Posters.

Session 9 Cognition and Computation Chair: Tony Veale

  • Geraint Wiggins: Crossing the Threshold Paradox: Creative Cognition in the Global Workspace.
  • Ricardo Sosa and John Gero: Brainstorming in Solitude and Teams: The Role of Group Influence.
  • Kazjon Grace, John Gero and Rob Saunders: Representational affordances and creativity in association-based systems.
  • Liane Gabora and Steve Dipaola: How Did Humans Become So Creative? A Computational Approach.

Session 10 Creativity and Language Chair: Geraint A. Wiggins

  • Jukka M. Toivanen, Hannu Toivonen, Alessandro Valitutti and Oskar Gross: Corpus-Based Generation of Content and Form in Poetry.
  • Anna Jordanous and Bill Keller: Weaving creativity into the Semantic Web: a language-processing approach.

Interactive Demonstrations

  • Arne Eigenfeldt: Coming Together: Composition by Negotiation by Autonomous Multi-Agents.
  • Robert Keller: Continuous Improvisation and Trading with Impro-Visor.
  • D. Fox Harrell, Chong-U Lim, Sonny Sidhu, Jia Zhang, Ayse Gursoy and Christine Yu: Exploring Everyday Creative Responses to Social Discrimination with the Mimesis System.
  • James McDermott: Functional representations for music.
  • Paul A. Szerlip, Amy K. Hoover and Kenneth O. Stanley: MaestroGenesis: Computer-Assisted Musical Accompaniment Generation.
  • Matjaz Jursic, Bojan Cestnik, Tanja Urbancic and Nada Lavrac: CrossBee: Cross-Context Bisociation Explorer.
  • Kyle Jennings: Computer Software for Measuring Creative Search.
  • Michael Cook and Simon Colton: ANGELINA – Coevolution in Automated Game Design.
  • Gael Abadin, Bipin Indurkhya and Juan C. Burguillo-Rial: SynAPP – An online web application for exploring creativity.
  • Antonios Liapis, Georgios N. Yannakakis and Julian Togelius: Co-creating game content using an adaptive model of user taste.


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