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Reading and Writing as a Creative Cycle: The Need for a Computational Model

Reading and Writing as a Creative Cycle: The Need for a Computational Model

This video was recorded at 5th International Conference on Computational Creativity (ICCC), Ljubljana 2014. The field of computational narratology has produced many efforts aimed at generating narrative by computational means. In recent times, a number of such efforts have considered the task of modelling how a reader might consume the story. Whereas all these approaches are clearly different aspects of the task of generating narrative, so far the efforts to model them have occurred as separate and disjoint initiatives. There is an enormous potential for improvement if a way was found to combine results from these initiatives with one another. The present position paper provides a breakdown of the activity of creating stories into five stages that are conceptually different from a... Show More
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