What to expect when you're expecting: The role of unexpectedness in computationally evaluating creativity

@inproceedings{Grace2014WhatTE,
  title={What to expect when you're expecting: The role of unexpectedness in computationally evaluating creativity},
  author={Kazjon Grace and Mary Lou Maher},
  booktitle={ICCC},
  year={2014}
}
Novelty, surprise and transformation of the domain have each been raised – alone or in combination – as accompaniments to value in the determination of creativity. Spirited debate has surrounded the role of each factor and their relationships to each other. This paper suggests a way by which these three notions can be compared and contrasted within a single conceptual framework, by describing each as a kind of unexpectedness. Using this framing we argue that current computational models of… CONTINUE READING
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