TriCoLore 2018

Creativity | Cognition | Computation

TriCoLore 2018 Program

Thursday (all day) and Friday morning TriCoLore will be held at the EURAC, which can be found at Viale Druso 1 / Drususallee 1, an easy 10-15 min walk from the city centre.
Friday afternoon, the workshop will be held at the Faculty of Computer Science, the yellow building at Piazza Domenicani 3, opposite the Domenikanerkirche, in the heart of the city centre.
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How to find TriCoLore

How to find the conference dinner

Invited Talks

Marianna Bolognesi.
How words vs images construct metaphor
Aldo Gangemi.
Frame dynamics in knowledge graphs
Irene Mittelberg.
Image schemas and force dynamics in gesture and visual art
Alessandro Oltramari.
Multi-modal sense-making
Marija Slavkovik.
Autonomous yet moral machines

Contributed Talks

John Bateman, Mihai Pomarlan and Gayane Khazoyan.
Contextualization through Simulation

Stefano Borgo and Maria Rosaria Stufano Melone.
How architectural rules make room for creativity: an ontology-driven analysis

João M. Cunha, Pedro Martins and Penousal Machado.
Using Image Schemas to Guide Visual Representation of Concepts

Pietro Galliani.
Team Semantics for Spatial Reasoning: Locality and Separability

João Gonçalves, Pedro Martins and F. Amílcar Cardoso.
Drilling Knowledge Bases for Hidden Frames

Dagmar Gromann and Jamie Macbeth.
Crowdsourcing Image Schemas





Maria Hedblom, Oliver Kutz, Rafael Peñaloza and Giancarlo Guizzardi.
What's Cracking? How image schema combinations can model conceptualisations of events

Alejandro Oñate Latorre.
Introducing Mood and Affinity to Generate Brief Template-based Dialogues in Storytelling Systems

Fumiaki Toyoshima, Adrien Barton and Mitsuru Ikeda.
A Formal Representation of Affordances as Reciprocal Dispositions

Paola Vernillo.
The role of the image schemas in the analysis of the semantic variation of action verbs. Data from IMAGACT.

Philipp Wicke and Tony Veale.
Wheels Within Wheels: A Causal Treatment of Image Schemas in An Embodied Storytelling System

Sven Wilke and Leonid Berov.
Functional Unit Analysis for Framing and Aesthetic Evaluation in Computational Storytelling