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A Knowledge Engineering Approach to Computational Creativity in Sound Design

Eugene Cherny, Johan Lilius, Johannes Brusila, Dmitry Mouromtsev
2016 Zenodo  
The approach aims to include aspects of computational creativity into the process to ease the work of the sound designer.  ...  This paper proposes an approach to sound design based on knowledge engineering.  ...  Acknowledgements We wish to thank Ivan Osipenko, a sound designer at Saber Interactive (St. Petersburg, Russia), for the interview and sound design discussions.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4289300 fatcat:ktt7behcdfdd7jsfvhvl44exfi

Design Thinking and Innovation: Synthesising Concepts of Knowledge Co-creation in Spaces of Professional Development

John Davis, Catherine Ann Docherty, Kate Dowling
2016 The Design Journal  
This paper explores how design thinking connects to concepts of knowledge creation and innovation.  ...  A case study of a knowledge sharing network in the social services sector is used to illustrate how design thinking supports Ba, the spaces for knowledge creation.  ...  We are also This paper is forthcoming in The Design Journal 21 grateful to SSSC Chief Executive, Anna Fowlie, staff and stakeholders for their support and input throughout the Re-Imagining project.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14606925.2016.1109205 fatcat:jfdxlyt4mfhgvhsljzewtvppum

Creativity-enhancing work environments: Eventisation through an inspiring work atmosphere in temporary proximity

Madeleine Wagner, Anna Growe
2019 Raumforschung und Raumordnung | Spatial Research and Planning  
The objective of this paper is to understand how work processes and the quality of physical places support creative knowledge generation.  ...  The creation of knowledge is linked to both social space and physical place, and is influenced by steady socio-spatial dynamics.  ...  The flexibility and atmosphere of Design thinking spaces thus helps to support creative work processes.  ... 
doi:10.2478/rara-2019-0039 fatcat:zvunjgnchrevjjtuyh7sxlqtm4

Understanding the Use of IoT Systems as Architecture Design Stimuli

Tao Shen, Yukari Nagai
2019 International Journal of Architecture Arts and Applications  
Moreover, 'process part' prefers to enhance the extension of idea space in concept generation process.  ...  Numerous studies have investigated that concept-synthesizing processes is a key to creative design.  ...  As a result, concept-synthesizing processes have been found to be a key to creative design [11] .  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.ijaaa.20190502.12 fatcat:33cmbdfwvjfyvhbzo2dt2t3gby

Augmenting creative design thinking using networks of concepts

Georgi V. Georgiev, Kaori Yamada, Toshiharu Taura, Vassilis Kostakos, Matti Pouke, Sylvia Tzvetanova Yung, Timo Ojala
2017 2017 IEEE Virtual Reality (VR)  
We outline directions to explore the structures of the concept network and their connection to creative concept generation.  ...  Here we propose an interactive system to augment creative design thinking using networks of concepts in a virtual reality environment.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work has been partially supported by the COMBAT project (293389), funded by the Strategic Research Council at the Academy of Finland.  ... 
doi:10.1109/vr.2017.7892267 dblp:conf/vr/GeorgievYTKPYO17 fatcat:2gwkpsa2svbdpcytovw42tlgmy

An Emerging Computational Model of Flow Spaces in Social Creativity and Learning

Shiona Webster, Konstantinos Zachos, Neil A. M. Maiden
2013 International Conference on Computational Creativity  
In particular we are planning for the model to be applied to inform creative goal setting, creativity technique selection and adaptation, and guided social interaction during creative problem solving and  ...  This position paper reports an emerging computational model of flow spaces in social creativity and learning that can be applied to guide human-centered creative cognition in social groups.  ...  Acknowledgements The research reported in this paper is supported by the EUfunded COLLAGE integrated project 318536, 2012-15.  ... 
dblp:conf/icccrea/WebsterZM13 fatcat:aokjj2ly5jhgvfih2ocitklf2u

A computational tool for creative idea generation based on analogical reasoning and ontology

Ji Han, Feng Shi, Liuqing Chen, Peter R.N. Childs
2018 Artificial intelligence for engineering design, analysis and manufacturing  
The use of analogy and ontology in design activities to support design creativity have previously been explored.  ...  AbstractAnalogy is a core cognition process used to produce inferences as well as new ideas using previous knowledge and experience.  ...  ConceptNet 5 is freely available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license (CC BY SA 3.0) from http://conceptnet5.media.mit.edu.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0890060418000082 fatcat:rl3tvsggcbce5g2ccu7rboc72a

Investigation of C-K Theory Based Approach for Innovative Solutions in Bioinspired Design

Prabaharan Graceraj P., Jacquelyn K. Nagel, Christopher S. Rose, Ramana M. Pidaparti
2019 Designs  
This paper discusses the investigation of a Concept-Knowledge (C-K) theory based approach for generating innovative design solutions in bioinspired design projects.  ...  Hypothesis testing, principal component analysis (PCA) and support vector machine (SVM) techniques were applied on the students' performance scores of a C-K theory based bioinspired design process to identify  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to thank JMU and UGA engineering students for their participation in this study.  ... 
doi:10.3390/designs3030039 fatcat:jfzae24uojdbxem6p7lnwpqlju

The Spirit of 'WE' in the Learning Environment: 'WE LEaRN'—A Space for Students and Teachers to Become [chapter]

Anat Mor-Avi
2020 Teacher Transition into Innovative Learning Environments  
Connecting practice to research, a process of change in school design related to the 'WE' culture is presented through an academic park built in Israel.  ...  A 'WE' cultural environment will be discussed in order to support multiple aspects of collaboration and creativity, where hub-specific solutions empower the two groups as collectives, supporting a 'WE  ...  Acknowledgements Data utilized in this research was obtained in adherence to the required ethical protocol of the author's host institution.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-15-7497-9_22 fatcat:l5tbrvhi2beb7cbbjyjxh7kqsa

Inspiration Space

Milene GONÇALVES, Katja THORING, Roland M. MUELLER, Petra BADKE-SCHAUB, Pieter DESMET
2019 Conference proceedings of the Design Management Academy  
These propositions can be regarded as a first step towards a theory of creativity-supporting learning environments and they can serve as a reference when designing or adjusting creative learning spaces  ...  Building on the assumption that the physical environment can have an influence on the creativity of designers and design students in particular, the aim of this paper is to provide theoretical propositions  ...  However, to the best of our knowledge, there is no paper that tried to create a systematic and evidence-based theory for creative learning spaces, which is the objective of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.33114/adim.2017.19 fatcat:5hfogtmeondnhodux7kbkggkbq

Writing on the wall: How the use of technology can open dialogical spaces in lectures

Kristine Ludvigsen, Ingunn Johanne Ness, Sue Timmis
2019 Thinking Skills and Creativity  
The focus is on how creative knowledge processes are stimulated through dialogue.  ...  We found the concept of a dialogical space to be fruitful for planning and assessing discussion-based activities in the context of the lecture format.  ...  Rob Grey, Eva Vass, and the two anonymous reviewers for valuable and inspiring feedback during different stages of the writing process.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tsc.2019.02.007 fatcat:7lpqjxv7cfdexf2ltjv3klu7hi

Motivations of European Union Members States to Adopt Circular Economy Strategies: Towards a Critical Geopolitical Approach

Josep Pinyol Alberich
2021 Journal of Innovation Economics & Management  
The co-creation process provides the user with support to identify their problem, to achieve their idea or to customize an existing product concept.  ...  By co-creation, we mean collective creativity as it applies to the entire design process. Thus, co-design is a specific example of co-creation.  ...  The former clarifies how stakeholders collaborate to design customized products while the latter describes how the exchange of services and knowledge between stakeholders is organized.  ... 
doi:10.3917/jie.pr1.0125 fatcat:6gdooljw7vffrbpzjfb777uvlq

Making the Tools to Do-It-Together: Open-source Compression Screw Manufacturing Case Study

Jacob A. Franz, Joshua M. Pearce
2021 Journal of Innovation Economics & Management  
The co-creation process provides the user with support to identify their problem, to achieve their idea or to customize an existing product concept.  ...  By co-creation, we mean collective creativity as it applies to the entire design process. Thus, co-design is a specific example of co-creation.  ...  The former clarifies how stakeholders collaborate to design customized products while the latter describes how the exchange of services and knowledge between stakeholders is organized.  ... 
doi:10.3917/jie.pr1.0123 fatcat:gndsy4tykjbg5al35pkn4ozfma

Modelling a Laboratory for Ideas as a New Tool for Fostering Engineering Creativity

Zeljko Tekic, Anja Tekic, Vladimir Todorovic
2015 Procedia Engineering  
This paper outlines the principles of modelling and designing a laboratory for ideas, an innovative solution dedicated to the development of creativity and creative problem solving skills in an engineering  ...  As a co-creative and supportive environment, laboratory for ideas covers these factors and encompasses different groups of actors and activities.  ...  Following them as well as identified factors which have significant impact on the creative process, the concept of the laboratory for ideas is developed.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2015.01.384 fatcat:fupyktsfq5gffnzdag6cojymja

A Cognitive Creative Approach to Marketing Management

Tore Kristensen
2006 Innovative Marketing  
In particular, when we consider space for design work and research laboratories, this makes sense. Creative people externalize the mental constructs in order to work better with them.  ...  So the spatial arrangement must support as much information flow and absorption as possible to each member. Communal space seems important. Sometimes a private space is essential for analysis.  ... 
doaj:bca19c81716a44cb80ba61627d422b86 fatcat:p6mgcnlpefbv5fpwnkw5rdxqie
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