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Computational creativity is a flourishing research area, with a variety of creative systems being produced and developed. Creativity evaluation has not kept pace with system development with an evident lack of systematic evaluation of the creativity of these systems in the literature. This is partially due to difficulties in defining what it means for a(More)
Intelligence without Representation is a seminal work in behaviour-based robotics. Brooks advocated the removal of explicit representations and engineered environments from the domain of his robotic intelligence experimentation , in favour of an evolutionary-inspired approach using layers of reactive behaviour that operated independently of each other.(More)
There has been increasing attention paid to the question of how to evaluate the creativity of computational creativity systems. A number of different evaluation methods, strategies and approaches have been proposed recently, causing a shift in focus: which methodology should be used to evaluate creative systems? What are the pros and cons of using each(More)
A computational system that evaluates creativity needs guidance on what creativity actually is. It is by no means straightforward to provide a computer with a formal definition of creativity; no such definition yet exists and viewpoints in creativity literature vary as to what the key components of creativity are considered to be. This work combines several(More)
Creativity cannot exist in a vacuum; it develops through feedback, learning, reflection and social interaction with others. However, this perspective has been relatively under-investigated in computational creativity research , which typically examines systems that operate individually. We develop a thought experiment showing how structured dialogues can(More)
Recent work in digital humanities has seen researchers increasingly producing online editions of texts and manuscripts, particularly in adoption of the TEI XML format for online publishing. The benefits of semantic web techniques are underexplored in such research, however, with a lack of sharing and communication of research information. The Sharing(More)
In evaluating how creative a program or an artefact is, a key factor to consider is the value inherent in that program or artefact. We investigate how to measure subjective, cultural value: value which has been expressed by members of a community towards other members. Specifically we focus on a case study asking: to what extent can we use social network(More)
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