Goal-Driven Conceptual Blending: A Computational Approach for Creativity

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Boyang Li, Alexander Zook, Nicholas Davis and Mark Riedl: Goal-Driven Conceptual Blending: A Computational Approach for Creativity. In: Computational Creativity 2012 ICCC 2012, 9-16.



Conceptual blending has been proposed as a creative cognitive process, but most theories focus on the analysis of existing blends rather than mechanisms for the efficient construction of novel blends. While conceptual blending is a powerful model for creativity, there are many challenges related to the computational application of blending. Inspired by recent theoretical research, we argue that contexts and context-induced goals provide insights into algorithm design for creative systems using conceptual blending. We present two case studies of creative systems that use goals and contexts to efficiently produce novel, creative artifacts in the domains of story generation and virtual characters engaged in pretend play respectively.

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author = {Boyang Li, Alexander Zook, Nicholas Davis and Mark Riedl},
title = {Goal-Driven Conceptual Blending: A Computational Approach for Creativit},
editor = {Mary Lou Maher, Kristian Hammond, Alison Pease, Rafael Pérez y Pérez, Dan Ventura and Geraint Wiggins},
booktitle = {Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Computational Creativity},
series = {ICCC2012},
year = {2012},
month = {May},
location = {Dublin, Ireland},
pages = {9-16},
url = {http://computationalcreativity.net/iccc2012/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/009-Li.pdf, http://de.evo-art.org/index.php?title=Goal-Driven_Conceptual_Blending:_A_Computational_Approach_for_Creativity },
publisher = {International Association for Computational Creativity},
keywords = {computational, creativity},

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