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Conceptual Blending in EL++

AuthorsConfalonieri, Roberto; Schorlemmer, Marco ; Kutz, Oliver; Peñaloza, Rafael; Plaza, Enric ; Eppe, Manfred
KeywordsDescription logic
Computational creativity
Formal languages
Conceptual blending
Issue Date22-Apr-2016
PublisherCEUR Workshop Proceedings
Citation29th International Workshop on Description Logics, DL 2016; CEUR Workshop Proceedings Volume 1577, 2016
AbstractThe cognitive theory of conceptual blending models human creativity as a mental process that combines two mental spaces into a new mental space, called a blend. According to this theory, a blend is constructed by taking the commonalities among the input mental spaces into account, to form a so-called generic space, and by projecting their non-common structure in a selective way to the novel blended space. In this paper, we apply this idea to blend input spaces modeled as complex EL++ concepts. To construct the generic space of two EL++ concepts, these need to be generalised in a controlled manner. For this, we propose an upward refinement operator that is used for finding common generalisations of EL++ concepts. © 2016, CEUR-WS. All rights reserved.
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