Experiments in Object Trouve browsing

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Conference

ConferenceInternation Conference on Computational Creativity X
CountrySpain
CityLisbon
Conference date(s)7/01/109/01/10

Publication details

DatePublished - 2010
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

We report on two experiments to study the use of a graphic
design tool for generating and selecting image lters, in which the aesthetic
preferences that the user expresses whilst browsing ltered images
drives the lter generation process. In the rst experiment, we found evidence
for the idea that intelligent employment of the user's preferences
when generating lters can improve the overall quality of the designs
produced, as assessed by the users themselves. The results also suggest
some user behaviours related to the delity of the image lters, i.e., how
much they alter the image they are applied to. A second experiment
tested whether evolutionary techniques which manage delity would be
preferred by users. Our results did not support this hypothesis, which
opens up interesting questions about how user preferences can be intelligently
employed in browsing-based design tools.

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