ICCC 2016

The Seventh International Conference on Computational Creativity

Accepted papers

  1. Akin Kazakci, Mehdi Cherti and Balazs Kegl. Digits that are not: Generating new types through deep neural nets
  2. Alex Champandard. Semantic Style Transfer and Turning Two-Bit Doodles into Fine Artworks
  3. Andrew Brown. Understanding Musical Practices as Agency Networks
  4. Anna Jordanous. Has computational creativity successfully made it `Beyond the Fence’ in musical theatre?
  5. Anna Kantosalo and Hannu Toivonen. Modes for Creative Human-Computer Collaboration: Alternating and Task-Divided Co-Creativity
  6. Antoine Saillenfest, Jean-Louis Dessalles and Olivier Auber. Role of Simplicity in Creative Behaviour: The Case of the Poietic Generator
  7. Arne Eigenfeldt, Oliver Bown, Andrew Brown and Toby Gifford. Flexible Generation of Musical Form: Beyond Mere Generation
  8. Carolyn Lamb, Daniel Brown and Charles Clarke. How digital poetry experts evaluate digital poetry
  9. Celso França, Luis Fabricio Wanderley Goes, Alvaro Amorim, Rodrigo Rocha and Alysson Ribeiro Da Silva. Regent-Dependent Creativity: A Domain Independent Metric for the Assessment of Creative Artifacts
  10. Chris Martens and Rogelio E. Cardona-Rivera. Discourse-driven Comic Generation
  11. Christian Guckelsberger, Christoph Salge, Rob Saunders and Simon Colton. Supportive and Antagonistic Behaviour in Distributed Computational Creativity via Coupled Empowerment Maximisation
  12. Claudia Elena Chiriță. Free Jazz in the Land of Algebraic Improvisation
  13. Dan Ventura. Here There Be Creativty
  14. Debarun Bhattacharjya. Preference Models for Creative Artifacts and Systems
  15. Dekai Wu. How Blue Can You Get? Learning Structural Relationships for Microtones via Continuous Stochastic Transduction Grammars
  16. Derrall Heath and Dan Ventura. Before A Computer Can Draw, It Must First Learn To See
  17. Gabriella Barros, Antonios Liapis and Julian Togelius. Who Killed Justin Bieber? Murder Mystery Generation from Open Data
  18. Georgios N. Yannakakis and Antonios Liapis. Searching for Surprise
  19. Graeme McCaig, Steve Dipaola and Liane Gabora. Deep Convolutional Networks as Models of Generalization and Blending within Visual Creativity
  20. Hugo Gonçalo Oliveira and Ana Oliveira Alves. Producing Poetry from Conceptual Maps — Yet Another Adaptation of PoeTryMe’s Flexible Architecture
  21. Hugo Gonçalo Oliveira, Diogo Costa and Alexandre Miguel Pinto. One does not simply produce funny memes! — Explorations on the Automatic Generation of Internet humor
  22. Ignazio Infantino, Agnese Augello, Adriano Manfre’, Giovanni Pilato and Filippo Vella. ROBODANZA: Live Performances of a Creative Dancing Humanoid
  23. Ivan Guerrero Roman and Rafael Perez Y Perez. Knowledge structures of an automatic storyteller and their relevance for its generated stories
  24. João Correia, Tiago Martins, Pedro Martins and Penousal Machado. X-Faces: The eXploit Is Out There
  25. Joel Lehman, Sebastian Risi and Jeff Clune. Creative Generation of 3D Objects with Deep Learning and Innovation Engines
  26. John Charnley, Simon Colton, Maria Teresa Llano Rodriguez and Joseph Corneli. The FloWr Online Platform: Automated Programming and Computational Creativity as a Service
  27. Jon McCormack and Mark d’Inverno. Designing Improvisational Interfaces
  28. Joseph Corneli. An institutional approach to computational social creativity
  29. Kristin Carlson, Philippe Pasquier, Herbert H. Tsang, Jordon Phillips, Thecla Schiphorst and Tom Calvert. CoChoreo: A Generative Feature in iDanceForms for Creating Novel Keyframe Animation for Choreography
  30. Leonid Berov and Kai-Uwe Kühnberger. Visual Hallucination For Computational Creation
  31. Luka Crnkovic-Friis and Louise Crnkovic-Friis. Generative Choreography using Deep Learning
  32. Maria Teresa Llano Rodriguez, Christian Guckelsberger, Rose Hepworth, Jeremy Gow, Joseph Corneli and Simon Colton. What If A Fish Got Drunk? Exploring the Plausibility of Machine-Generated Fictions
  33. Mark d’Inverno and Arthur Still. A History of Creativity for Future AI Research
  34. Martin Žnidaršič, Amilcar Cardoso, Pablo Gervas, Pedro Martins, Raquel Hervas, Ana Alves, Hugo Oliveira, Ping Xiao, Simo Linkola, Hannu Toivonen, Janez Kranjc and Nada Lavrač. Computational Creativity Infrastructure for Online Software Composition: A Conceptual Blending Use Case
  35. Matthew Guzdial and Mark Riedl. Learning to Blend Computer Game Levels
  36. Matthew Yee-King and Mark d’Inverno. Experience Driven Design of Creative Systems
  37. Maximos Kaliakatsos-Papakostas, Roberto Confalonieri, Joseph Corneli, Asterios Zacharakis and Emilios Cambouropoulos. An Argument-based Creative Assistant for Harmonic Blending
  38. Oliver Bown and Liam Bray. Applying Core Interaction Design Principles to Computational Creativity
  39. Paloma Galván, Virginia Francisco, Raquel Hervás, Gonzalo Méndez and Pablo Gervás. Exploring the Role of Word Associations in the Construction of Rhetorical Figures
  40. Pedro Martins, Senja Pollak, Tanja Urbancic and Amílcar Cardoso. Optimality Principles in Computational Approaches to Conceptual Blending: Do we need them (at) all?
  41. Phil Lopes, Antonios Liapis and Georgios N. Yannakakis. Framing Tension for Game Generation
  42. Philippe Pasquier, Adam Burnett and James Maxwell. Investigating Listener Bias Against Musical Metacreativity
  43. Pietro Gravino, Bernardo Monechi, Vito D. P. Servedio, Francesca Tria and Vittorio Loreto. Crossing the horizon: exploring the adjacent possible in a cultural system
  44. Ping Xiao, Khalid Alnajjar, Mark Granroth-Wilding, Kathleen Agres and Hannu Toivonen. Meta4meaning: Automatic Metaphor Interpretation Using Corpus-Derived Word Associations
  45. Roberto Confalonieri, Enric Plaza and Marco Schorlemmer. A Process Model for Concept Invention
  46. Senja Pollak, Biljana Mileva Boshkoska, Dragana Miljkovic, Geraint Wiggins and Nada Lavrac. Computational Creativity Conceptualisation Grounded on ICCC Papers
  47. Shawn Bell and Liane Gabora. NetWorks: A Music Generation System Inspired by Complex Systems Theory
  48. Simo Linkola, Tapio Takala and Hannu Toivonen. Novelty-Seeking Multi-Agent Systems
  49. Simon Colton. The Beyond the Fence Musical and Computer Says Show Documentary
  50. Steffan Ianigro and Oliver Bown. Investigating the Musical Affordances of Continuous Time Recurrent Neural Networks
  51. Taylor Brockhoeft, Jennifer Petuch, James Bach, Emil Djerekarov, Margareta Ackerman and Gary Tyson. Interactive Augmented Reality for Dance
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