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Artificial intelligence and creativity : an interdisciplinary approach / edited by Terry Dartnall
Bib ID 577993
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Description Dordrecht ; Boston : Kluwer Academic, c1994 
xiii, 455 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0792330617
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Studies in cognitive systems ; v. 17.

Full contents Machine derived contents note: Series Preface. Foreword. Prologue. Creativity and Computers; M. Boden. Part I: Foundational Issues. Introduction: On Having a Mind of Your Own; T. Dartnall. Creativity, Thought and Representational Redescription; T. Dartnall. Connectionism and Cognitive Flexibility; A. Clark. Re-representation and Emergent Information in Three Cases of Problem Solving; D. Peterson. Psychological Issues in Modelling Creativity; R. Wales, S. Thornton. Gd̲el's Theorem and Creativity; G. Priest. Machine Predictability Versus Human Creativity; R. McDonough. Part 2: Creativity and Cognition. Introduction: Creativity and Cognition; G.S. Halford, R. Levinson. Tensor Models: A Creative Basis for Memory Retrieval and Analogical Mapping; J. Wiles, G.S. Halford, J.E.M. Stewart, M.S. Humphreys, J.D. Bain, W.H. Wilson. Experience-Based Creativity; R. Levinson. Creative Proof Planning; T. Walsh. Clues to Creativity; M. Harney. Part 3: Creativity and Connectionism. Introduction: Creativity, Connectionism and Guided Walks; C. Thornton. Creativity, Chaos and Artificial Intelligence; A. Dekker, P. Farrow. The Evolution of Connectionist Networks; Xin Yao. Why Connectionist Learning Algorithms Need to be More Creative; C. Thornton. Part 4: Creativity and Design. Introduction: Creativity and Design; J.S. Gero. Computational Models of Creative Design Processes; J.S. Gero. A Model of Creative Design Using a Genetic Metaphor; L. Alem, M.L. Maher. Lateral Translation in Design; G. Schmitt, Shen-Guan Shih. Creativity, Invention and the Computational Metaphor: Prolegomenon to a Case Study; S. Dasgupta. Part 5: Human Creativity Enhancement. Introduction: Computer-Based Systems that Support Creativity; E. Edmonds. Cybernetic Serendipity Revisited; E. Edmonds. Amplifying Designers' Creativity with Domain-Oriented Design Environments; G. Fischer, K. Nakakoji. Creativity in Social Sciences: the Computer Enhancement of Qualitative Data Analysis; T. Richards, L. Richards. Cognitive Support and the Rhythm of Design; M. Sharples. Epilogue. How Could a Copycat ever be Creative? D. Hofstadter. Index of Names. Index of Subjects. 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Subjects Artificial intelligence.  |  Creative ability.
Other authors/contributors Dartnall, Terry, 1943-

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