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[ontolog-forum] Noted with Interest, "Modeling Creativity with a Semanti

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From: John Bottoms <john@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 19 May 2015 19:27:29 -0400
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Tom De Smedt has released a short paper on creativity from his book on Modeling Creativity, "Modeling Creativity: CASE STUDIES IN PYTHON". His approach uses "a combination of graph theoretic methods: spreading activation, taxonomies, subgraph partitioning, betweenness centrality and shortest path finding".

The paper from CLiPS, Computational Linguistics & Psycholinguistics Research Center, can be found at:

The book, (168 pages) includes code for modeling in Python and is available online at:
I have no connection or business interest with this material.

-John Bottoms
 Concord, MA USA

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