Interaction in creative tasks: ideation, representation and evaluation in composition

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The design of tools for creative activities affects the creative processes and output of users. In this paper we consider how an understanding of creative interaction can inform the design of support tools in a creative domain, and where creative needs cross domain boundaries. Using observations of musical composers we analyse the theoretical approaches to… (More)

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@inproceedings{Coughlan2006InteractionIC, title={Interaction in creative tasks: ideation, representation and evaluation in composition}, author={Tim Coughlan and Peter Johnson}, year={2006} }