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A BDI Model for Computational Creativity

Primary supervisor

Maria Teresa Llano


Computational creativity is a subfield of AI that aims at studying theoretical and practical issues of creative behaviour by computational agents. An interesting aspect of creative behaviour is that it involves intrinsic factors such as motivations, intentions, struggle, etc. With this project we are interested in studying such intrinsic factors in a computational setting through the use of the Belief-Desire-Intentions (BDI) model. The project involves carrying out a survey of existing work on the use of the BDI model in AI in general and computational creativity in particular. With this the aim is to identify gaps in current work in the modelling of creative behaviour and develop new applications of the BDI model for the implementation of creative systems.