A semantic network-based evolutionary algorithm for computational creativity

  title={A semantic network-based evolutionary algorithm for computational creativity},
  author={Atilim G{\"u}nes Baydin and R. L. D. M{\'a}ntaras and S. Onta{\~n}{\'o}n},
  journal={Evolutionary Intelligence},
  • Atilim Günes Baydin, R. L. D. Mántaras, S. Ontañón
  • Published 2015
  • Computer Science
  • Evolutionary Intelligence
  • AbstractWe introduce a novel evolutionary algorithm (EA) with a semantic network-based representation. For enabling this, we establish new formulations of EA variation operators, crossover and mutation, that we adapt to work on semantic networks. The algorithm employs commonsense reasoning to ensure all operations preserve the meaningfulness of the networks, using ConceptNet and WordNet knowledge bases. The algorithm can be interpreted as a novel memetic algorithm (MA), given that (1… CONTINUE READING
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