AISB Convention 2015 20-22nd April

Convention Proceedings

Single pdf file with all of the proceedings.

AI and Games

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Mark R Johnson, Modelling Cultural, Religious and Political Affiliation in Artificial Intelligence Decision-Making

Tommy Thompson and Rob Watling, Discerning Human and Procedurally Crafted Content for Video Games

Michael Cook and Simon Colton, Hybrid Procedural Content Generation: A Proposal

Chong-U Lim and D. Fox Harrell, Revealing Social Identity Phenomena in Videogames with Archetypal Analysis

Patrick Schwab and Helmut Hlavacs, PALAIS: A 3D Simulation Environment for Artificial Intelligence in Games

Patrick Schwab and Helmut Hlavacs, Simulating Autonomous Non-Player Characters in a Capture the Flag Scenario Using PALAIS

David Holaň and Jakub Gemrot and Martin Černý and CyrilBrom, EmohawkVille: Virtual City for Everyone

Matt Thompson, Julian Padget and Steve Battle, An interactive, generative Punch and Judy show using institutions, ASP and emotional agents

Jason Traish, James Tulip and Wayne Moore, Search and Recall for RTS Tactical Scenarios

Michal Bída, Martin Černý and Cyril Brom, Follow-up on Automatic Story Clustering for Interactive Narrative Authoring

Martin Černy and Marie-Francine Moens, aMUSE: Translating Text to Point and Click Games

Jason Traish, James Tulip and Wayne Moore, Data Collection with Screen Capture

Paolo Calanca and Paolo Busetta, Cognitive Navigation in PRESTO

Updating the Anti-representation Debate: Behavior-oriented Perspectives

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Randall D. Beer, Information and Dynamics in Brain-Body-Environment Systems

Gabriele Ferretti, Perception in Action: Radicality in Cognition and How to Resist it

Martin Flament Fultot, Growing minds from a different seed : how focusing on the basis of behavior induces a radically different theory of cognition

Tom Froese, The behavior-based origin of life and the problem of genetic representation

Raoul Huys, A dynamical multi-scaled approach to sensorimotor behavior

Fred Keijzer, Agents and Organisms : Why the difference is important for the representation discussion (and cognitive science in general)

Brian Mirletz, Adaptive behavior through synchronization and compliance

Andrew Philippides, Finding home without knowing where you are: Visually guided navigation without mapping or object recognition

Ludger van Dijk and Rob Withagen, Moving beyond on- and offline cognition

Social Aspects of Computing and Cognition

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Tom Froese, The enactive theory of social cognition: From theory to experiment

Judith Simon, The dual sociality of big data practices: epistemological, ethical and political considerations

Danielle Macbeth, Reasoning In Mathematics and Machines: The Place of Mathematical Logic in Mathematical Understanding

Colette Faucher, Propagation of the Effects of Certain Types of Military Psychological Operations in a Networked Population

Léon Homeyer and Giacomo Lini, Projective Simulation and the Taxonomy of Agency

Andrew Schumann, Rationality in the Behaviour of Slime Moulds and the Individual-Collective Duality

Rodger Kibble, Reasoning, representation and social practice

Joseph Corneli and Ewan Maclean, The Search for Computational Intelligence

Giles Oatley, Tom Crick and Mohamed Mostafa, Digital Footprints: Envisaging and Analysing Online Behaviour

David C. Moffat, On the rationality of emotion: a dual-system architecture applied to a social game

Alexander Almér, Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic and Rickard von Haugwitz, Collective Cognition and Distributed Information Processing from Bacteria to Humans

Gaurav Misra and Jose M. Such, Social Computing Privacy and Online Relationships

Raffaela Giovagnoli, Computational Aspects of Autonomous Discursive Practices

Yasemin J. Erden, Digital identity: finding me

8th AISB Symposium on Computing and Philosophy: The Significance of Metaphor and Other Figurative Modes of Expression and Thought

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John Barnden, Metaphor, Fiction and Thought

Yasemin J. Erden, Metaphor and understanding me

Christian J. Feldbacher, Automatic Metaphor-Interpretation in the Framework of Structural Semantics

Eugen Fischer, Metaphorical Minds, Illusory Introspection, and Two Kinds of Analogical Reasoning

Marek Hetmański, Metaphors in Theory of Information. Why They Capture Our Concepts and Undertakings

Zuzana Kobíková, Jakub Mácha, From Metaphor to Hypertext: an Interplay of Organic and Mechanical Metaphorics in the Context of New Media Discovering

Stephen McGregor, Matthew Purver and Geraint Wiggins, Metaphor, Meaning, Computers and Consciousness

Vasil Penchev, A Formal Model of Metaphor in Frame Semantics

Yorick Wilks, How can metaphors be interpreted cross-linguistically?

Zsófia Zvolenszky, Relevance Theoretic Comprehension Procedures: Accounting for Metaphor and Malapropism

Computational Creativity

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David C. Moffat, The Creativity of Computers at Play

Mohammad Ali Javaheri Javid, Mohammad Majid al-Rifaie and Robert Zimmer, An Informational Model for Cellular Automata Aesthetic Measure

Pablo Gervás, Tightening the Constraints on Form and Content for an Existing Computer Poet

Anna Jordanous, Four PPPPerspectives on Computational Creativity

Jiří Wiedermann and Jan van Leeuwen, Towards a Computational Theory of Epistemic Creativity

Stephen McGregor and Mariano Mora McGinity and Sascha Griffiths, How Many Robots Does It Take? Creativity, Robots and Multi-Agent Systems

Fourth International Symposium on "New Frontiers in Human-Robot Interaction

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Tatsuya Nomura, General Republics' Opinions on Robot Ethics: Comparison between Japan, the USA, Germany, and France

Tatsuya Nomura, Dag Sverre Syrdal and Kerstin Dautenhahn, Differences on Social Acceptance of Humanoid Robots between Japan and the UK

David Cameron, Samuel Fernando, Emily Collins, Abigail Millings, Roger Moore, Amanda Sharkey, Vanessa Evers and Tony Prescott, Presence of Life-Like Robot Expressions Influences Children's Enjoyment of Human-Robot Interactions in the Field

Natalie Wood, Amanda Sharkey, Gail Mountain and Abigail Millings, The Paro robot seal as a social mediator for healthy users

James Kennedy, Paul Baxter and Tony Belpaeme, Can Less be More? The Impact of Robot Social Behaviour on Human Learning

Michiel Joosse, Robin Knuppe, Geert Pingen, Rutger Varkevisser, Josip Vukoja, Manja Lohse and Vanessa Evers, Robots Guiding Small Groups: The Effect of Appearance Change on the User Experience

Daphne E. Karreman, Geke D.S. Ludden, Elisabeth M.A.G. van Dijk and Vanessa Evers, How can a tour guide robot’s orientation influence visitors’ orientation and formations?

Maryam Moosaei, Cory J. Hayes and Laurel D. Riek, Performing Facial Expression Synthesis on Robot Faces: A Real-time Software System

Megan Strait, Priscilla Briggs and Matthias Scheutz, Gender, more so than Age, Modulates Positive Perceptions of Language-Based Human-Robot Interactions

Sascha Griffiths, Friederike Eyssel, Anja Philippsen, Christian Pietsch and Sven Wachsmuth, Perception of Artificial Agents and Utterance Friendliness in Dialogue

Jef A. van Schendel and Raymond Cuijpers, Turn-yielding cues in robot-human conversation

Heriberto Cuayáhuitl, Robot Learning from Verbal Interaction: A Brief Survey

Christian Becker-Asano, Nicolas Riesterer, Julien Hué and Bernhard Nebel, Embodiment, emotion, and chess: A system description

Vicky Charisi, Daniel Davison, Frances Wijnen, Jan van der Meij, Dennis Reidsma, Tony Prescott, Wouter van Joolingen and Vanessa Evers, Towards a Child-Robot Symbiotic Co-Development: a Theoretical Approach

Kerstin Dautenhahn, Anne Campbell and Dag Sverre Syrdal, Does anyone want to talk to me? - Reflections on the use of assistance and companion robots in care homes

Ross Mead and Maja Matarić, Robots Have Needs Too: People Adapt Their Proxemic Preferences to Improve Autonomous Robot Recognition of Human Social Signals

Vasiliki Vouloutsi, Maria Blancas Munoz, Klaudia Grechuta, Stephane Lallee, Armin Duff, Jordi-Ysard Puigbo Llobet and Paul F.M.J. Verschure, A new biomimetic approach towards educational robotics: the Distributed Adaptive Control of a Synthetic Tutor Assistant

From Mental "Illness" to Disorder and Diversity: New Directions in the Philosophical and Scientific Understanding of Mental Disorder

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Anthony Vincent Fernandez, Psychiatry and the poverty of subjectivity: How phenomenology can contribute to the validation of categories of disorder

Mark McKergow, The juice is in the detail: an affordance-based view of talking therapies

Valentina Petrolini, Are mental disorders illnesses?

Dean Petters and Everett Waters, An encounter between Attachment Theory and 4e Cognition

Embodied Cognition, Acting and Performance

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Michael Carklin, Image theatre and digital story-telling: Towards a research method called 'Collaborative Embodied Participant Analysis' (CEPA)

Ysabel Clare, Stanislavsky's Mindful Actor: The System as a Guide to Experiencing Embodiment

Nicky Donald and Marco Gillies, Better Than Life; testing techniques for an online audience to influence and participate in a live performance

Pil Hansen, The Cognitive Dynamics of Performance Generating Systems: Deborah Hay through Christopher House

David Jackson, Acted Emotion: a performance experiment in psychology and actor training

Thomas Kampe, Enproceedings/acting Desire: Constructing Social Flexibility through Somatic-informed Processes

Esthir Lemi, Marientina Gotsis and Vangelis Lympouridis, Watergait: Designing Sense Perceptions for Individual Truth

Juan Loaiza, Participatory enaction of music: Key points towards

Julian Kiverstein and Mark Miller, The Embodied Brain: An Argument from Neuroscience for Radical Embodied Cognition

Grant Olson, Stanislavski's System and a Dual-Process Approach to Performer Training

Xristina Penna, Attempts on Margarita (multiple drafts): A cognitive dramaturgy generated by voice and space

Ivani Santana, Extended Body in the Telematics Performance: the perceptual system of remote dancers

Freya Vass-Rhee,The Pleasure of Not Finding Things Out: Dramaturging with Boundary Objects

Caroline Wilkins, The Embodiment of Sound in an Intermedial Performance Space