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Title

Analogy, Amalgams, and Concept Blending

AuthorsBesold,Tarek; Kuehnberger, Kai-Uwe; Plaza, Enric
Issue Date28-May-2015
CitationIn Proceedings of the Third Annual Conference on Advances in Cognitive Systems 2015 (Poster Collection). Article 23
AbstractConcept blending — a cognitive process which allows for the combination of certain elements (and their relations) from originally distinct conceptual spaces into a new unified space combining these previously separate elements, and enables reasoning and inference over the combination — is taken as a key element of creative thought and combinatorial creativity. In this paper, we provide an intermediate report on work towards the development of a computational-level and algorithmic-level account of concept blending. We present the theoretical background as well as an algorithmic proposal combining techniques from computational analogy-making and case-based reasoning, and exemplify the feasibility of the approach in two case studies.. © 2015 Cognitive Systems Foundation.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/130423
Identifiersuri: http://www.cogsys.org/papers/ACS2015/poster23.pdf
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