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Chapter N : Creativity Studies and Musical Interaction

@inproceedings{Pachet2006ChapterN,
  title={Chapter N : Creativity Studies and Musical Interaction},
  author={François Pachet},
  year={2006}
}
It is difficult to talk about creativity—musical creativi y in particular—in a scientific context. Creativity has been addressed for some time b y various research communities in social science, psychology, cognitive science and ar tifici l intelligence, with the surprising effect of turning an elusive word into a resear ch theme, and sometimes even into a fully-fledged scientific “issue.” There are now formal definitions of creativity, theories of how it can happen, how it can be explained… 

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