Artificial Surprise


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Handbook of Research on Synthetic Emotions and Sociable Robotics: New Applications in Affective Computing and Artificial Intelligence, pp. 267-291, Information Science Reference, May 2009

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Year 2017 : 1 citations

 Grace, Kazjon, et al. "Personalised Specific Curiosity for Computational Design Systems." Design Computing and Cognition'16. Springer, Cham, 2017. 593-610.

Year 2016 : 5 citations

 Noordewier, Marret K., Sascha Topolinski, and Eric Van Dijk. "The temporal dynamics of surprise." Social and Personality Psychology Compass 10.3 (2016): 136-149.

 Smith, Wally, Frank Dignum, and Liz Sonenberg. "The construction of impossibility: a logic-based analysis of conjuring tricks." Frontiers in Psychology 7 (2016).

 García Macías, José Hugo. From the unexpected to the unbelievable: Thetics, miratives and exclamatives in conceptual space. Diss. 2016.

 Yannakakis, Georgios N., and Antonios Liapis. "Searching for surprise." Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Creativity. 2016.

 Marmolejo-Ramos, Fernando, et al. "Placing joy, surprise and sadness in space: a cross-linguistic study." Psychological Research (2016): 1-14.

Year 2015 : 9 citations

 Demey, Lorenz. "The dynamics of surprise." Logique et Analyse 58.230 (2015): 251-277.

 Saillenfest, Antoine. Modélisation Cognitive de la Pertinence Narrative en vue de l'Évaluation et de la Génération de Récits. Diss. Paris, ENST, 2015.

 Grace, Kazjon, et al. "Modeling expectation for evaluating surprise in design creativity." Design Computing and Cognition'14. Springer International Publishing, 2015. 189-206.

 Grace, Kazjon, et al. "Data-intensive evaluation of design creativity using novelty, value, and surprise." International Journal of Design Creativity and Innovation 3.3-4 (2015): 125-147.

 Brown, David C. "Computational Design Creativity Evaluation." Design Computing and Cognition'14. Springer International Publishing, 2015. 207-224.

 Foster, Meadhbh I., and Mark T. Keane. "Predicting Surprise Judgments from Explanation Graphs." International Conference on Cognitive Modeling (ICCM). Groningen University, Groningen, The Netherlands. 2015.

 Foster, Meadhbh I., and Mark T. Keane. "Why some surprises are more surprising than others: Surprise as a metacognitive sense of explanatory difficulty." Cognitive psychology 81 (2015): 74-116.

 Peterson, Tyler. "Grammatical evidentiality and the unprepared mind." Review of Cognitive Linguistics 13.2 (2015): 314-352.

 Peterson, Tyler. "Mirativity as Surprise: Evidentiality, Information, and Deixis." Journal of psycholinguistic research (2015): 1-31.

Year 2014 : 3 citations

 Demey, Lorenz. "Surprise in Probabilistic Dynamic Epistemic Logic." Logic and Interactive Rationality Yearbook 2012. Vol. 1. Institute for Logic, Language and Computation, 2014.

 Brown, D. C. Computational Design Creativity Evaluation. Design Computing and Cognition DCC’14. J.S. Gero (ed), Springer 2014

 Miceli, Maria, and Cristiano Castelfranchi. Expectancy and emotion. OUP Oxford, 2014.

Year 2013 : 2 citations

 Brown, D. C. (2013). A Simple, but Challenging, Model of Computational Design Creativity Evaluation.In International Conference on Computational Creativity.

 Reisenzein, R., Gratch, J., Hindriks, K., Hudlicka, E., Dastani, M., Lorini, E., & Meyer, J. J. (2013). Computational Modeling of Emotion: Towards Improving the Inter-and Intradisciplinary Exchange. IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, 1.

Year 2012 : 2 citations

 Brown, D. C. (2012). Creativity, surprise & design: An introduction and investigation. In The 2nd international conference on design creativity (ICDC2012), Glasgow, UK.

 Reisenzein, Rainer, W. U. Meyer, and M. Niepel. "Encyclopedia of Human Behavior." (2012).

Year 2010 : 1 citations

 Castelfranchi, Cristiano. "For a ‘cognitive anatomy’of human emotions, and a mind-reading based affective interaction." Affective Computing and Interaction: Psychological, Cognitive and Neuroscientific Perspectives: Psychological, Cognitive and Neuroscientific Perspectives (2010): 110.