The BoatHouse Visual Blending Experience

@inproceedings{Pereira2002TheBV,
  title={The BoatHouse Visual Blending Experience},
  author={Francisco C. Pereira and Am{\'i}lcar Cardoso},
  year={2002}
}
The main subject of this paper is to describe an experiment of blending two domains using our previous work, Blender [1], a computational attempt to model Fauconnier and Turner’s [2] Conceptual Blending. In this experiment, we visualize the resulting instances using a logo-like language, allowing us to produce visual blends. We discuss the results and suggest further improvements. 
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