This book describes the theory, methodology and algorithmization of a new approach to problem solving and its realization in intelligent systems. It investigates cognitive reasoning at three levels of abstraction: conceptual, formal, and realizational.
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This interdisciplinary publication introduces a wealth of new theories and ideas on creativity, evolutionary computation, and the computational arts. Grounding theory through practical applications, it includes contributions from renowned researchers.