• Computer Science
  • Published in ArXiv 2014

Modelling serendipity in a computational context

@article{Corneli2014ModellingSI,
  title={Modelling serendipity in a computational context},
  author={Joseph Corneli and Alison Pease and Simon Colton and Anna Jordanous and Christian Guckelsberger},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2014},
  volume={abs/1411.0440}
}
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We understand the term serendipity to describe a creative process that develops, in context, with the active participation of a creative agent, but not entirely within that agent's control. [...] Key Method This takes the form of a framework with six phases: \emph{perception}, \emph{attention}, \emph{interest}, \emph{explanation}, \emph{bridge}, and \emph{valuation}. We then use this framework to organise a survey of literature in cognitive science, philosophy, and computing, which yields practical definitions…Expand Abstract

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