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Knowledge transformers : a link between learning and creativity

Sim, Siang Kok and Duffy, Alex H. B. (2002) Knowledge transformers : a link between learning and creativity. In: Workshop on Learning and Creativity, 7th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Design (AID '02), 2002-01-01.

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Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to investigate whether knowledge transformers which are featured in the learning process, are also present in the creative process. This is achieved by reviewing models and theories of creativity and identifying the existence of the knowledge transformers. The investigation shows that there is some evidence to show that the creative process can be explained through knowledge transformers. Hence, it is suggested that one of links between learning and creativity is through the knowledge transformers.