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Proceedings of the 2002 Conference on Creativity and Cognition

Fullname:ACM Conference on Creativity and Cognition
Editors:Terence Kavanagh; Tom Hewett
Location:Loughborough, United Kingdom
Dates:2002-Oct-13 to 2002-Oct-16
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISBN 1-58113-465-7 ACM Order Number 608028; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: CC02
Papers:29
Pages:204
Links:Conference Home Page
Creativity support tools: a tutorial overview BIBAFull-Text 1-2
  Ben Shneiderman
Computational models of creative designing based on situated cognition BIBAFull-Text 3-10
  John S. Gero
Cybernetic serendipity revisited BIBAFull-Text 11-13
  Brent MacGregor
Creative cognition in design: processes of exceptional designers BIBAFull-Text 14-19
  Nigel Cross
2 performances in the 21st century virtual color organ BIBAFull-Text 20-24
  Jack Ox
Panel: research into art and technology BIBAFull-Text 25-30
  Linda Candy; Bronac Ferran; Judith Mottram; Ernest Edmonds; John Haworth; Jon Pettigrew
Supporting creativity in problem solving environments BIBAFull-Text 31-37
  Marc Vass; John M. Carroll; Clifford A. Shaffer
Recognizing creative needs in user interface design BIBAFull-Text 38-44
  Michael Terry; Elizabeth D. Mynatt
Generator: the dialectics of orderly disorder BIBAFull-Text 45-49
  Geoff Cox
Computer aided creativity: practical experience and theoretical concerns BIBAFull-Text 50-56
  Robert Pepperell
The impact of functional knowledge on sketching BIBAFull-Text 57-64
  Winger Tseng; Stephen Scrivener; Linden Ball
Why use computers to make drawings? BIBAFull-Text 65-71
  George Whale
Functions of sketching in design idea generation meetings BIBAFull-Text 72-79
  Remko van der Lugt
How to study artificial creativity BIBAFull-Text 80-87
  Rob Saunders; John S. Gero
Computers and modern art: digital art museum BIBAFull-Text 88-94
  Mike King
Acting to know: improving creativity in the design of mobile services by using performances BIBAFull-Text 95-102
  Kari Kuutti; Giulio Iacucci; Carlo Iacucci
Interaction design as a collective creative process BIBAFull-Text 103-110
  Kumiyo Nakakoji; Yasuhiro Yamamoto; Atsushi Aoki
A concept to facilitate musical expression BIBAFull-Text 111-117
  Chika Oshima; Kazushi Nishimoto; Yohei Miyagawa; Takashi Shirosaki
How designers transform keywords into visual images BIBAFull-Text 118-125
  Yukari Nagai; Hisataka Noguchi
Cognitive mechanisms underlying the creative process BIBAFull-Text 126-133
  Liane Gabora
Modeling co-creativity in art and technology BIBAFull-Text 134-141
  Linda Candy; Ernest Edmonds
A system to support long-term creative thinking in daily life and its evaluation BIBAFull-Text 142-149
  Hirohito Shibata; Koichi Hori
Scripting the interactor: an approach to VR drama BIBAFull-Text 150-156
  Josephine Anstey; Dave Pape
QSketcher: an environment for composing music for film BIBAFull-Text 157-164
  Steven Abrams; Ralph Bellofatto; Robert Fuhrer; Daniel Oppenheim; James Wright; Richard Boulanger; Neil Leonard; David Mash; Michael Rendish; Joe Smith
Supporting musical composition by externalizing the composer's mental space BIBAFull-Text 165-172
  Shigeki Amitani; Koichi Hori
Sounds of artificial life BIBAFull-Text 173-177
  Eduardo Reck Miranda
Interactive processes between mental and external operations in creative activity: a comparison of experts' and novices' performance BIBAFull-Text 178-185
  Norio Ishii; Kazuhisa Miwa
A model for information technologies that can be creative BIBAFull-Text 186-191
  Johan F. Hoorn
Concept-context-design: a creative model for the development of interactivity BIBAFull-Text 192-199
  Andruid Kerne