ICE Publications

Book Chapters

D. Fox Harrell. "Algebra of Identity: Skin of Wind, Skin of Streams, Skin of Shadows, Skin of Vapor," in Critical Digital Studies, Arthur Kroker and Marilouise Kroker, Eds., Toronto:University of Toronto Press, 2008. (originally in CTHEORY, An international peer-reviewed journal of theory, technology, and culture, October, 2005.) [html]

Joseph Goguen and D. Fox Harrell. "Style, Computation, and Conceptual Blending," in The Structure of Style: Algorithmic Approaches to Understanding Manner and Meaning, Shlomo Argamon and Shlomo Dubnov, Eds., Berlin:Springer-Verlag, forthcoming 2008.

D. Fox Harrell. "Speaking in Djinni: Media Arts and the Computational Language of Expression," in Life in the Wires: The CTHEORY Reader, A. Kroker and M. Kroker, Eds. New World Perspectives/CTheory Books, Victoria:Canada, 2004. [html]

D. Fox Harrell. "GRIOT's Tales of Haints and Seraphs: A Computational Narrative Generation System," in Second Person: Role-Playing and Story in Games and Playable Media, N. Wardrip-Fruin and P. Harrigan, Eds. Cambridge:MIT Press, 2007.

D. Fox Harrell. "Metalogic, Qualia, and Identity on Neptune's Great Moon: Meaning and Mathematics in the Works of Joseph A. Goguen and Samuel R. Delany," in Algebra, Meaning, and Computation: A Festschrift in Honor of Professor Joseph Goguen, Berlin:Springer-Verlag, 2006.

Joseph Goguen and D. Fox Harrell. "Information Visualization and Semiotic Morphisms," in Multidisciplinary Approaches to Visual Representations and Interpretations, Grant Malcolm, Ed. Oxford:Elsevier, 2004.[pdf]

Journals

D. Fox Harrell. "Cultural Roots for Computing: The Case of African Diasporic Orature and Computational Narrative in the GRIOT System," in Issue 11, Fibreculture Journal, 2008. Originally in Proceedings of the 7th Digital Arts and Culture Conference, September 2007. [html]

Jichen Zhu and D. Fox Harrell. "Narrating Artificial Daydreams, Memories, Reveries: Toward Scalable Intentionality in Expressive Artificial Intelligence Practice," Visionary Landscapes: Electronic Literature Organization Conference 2008, Vancouver, WA, 2008. [pdf]

Conference Proceedings

D. Fox Harrell, Daniel Upton, Richard Shemaka, Ben Medler, and Jichen Zhu. "DefineMe - Chimera: A Cognitive and Computational Approach to Critical Digital Identity Representation in Social Networking Applications," submitted to the Proceedings of the 2009 Digital Humanities Conference, 2009.

Kenny K. N. Chow and D. Fox Harrell. "Active Animation: An Approach to Interactive and Generative Animation for User-Interface Design and Expression," submitted to the Proceedings of the 2009 Digital Humanities Conference, 2009.

Jichen Zhu and D. Fox Harrell, Ph.D. "The Artificial Intelligence (AI) Hermeneutic Network: A New Approach to Analysis and Design of Intentional Systems," submitted to the Proceedings of the 2009 Digital Humanities Conference, 2009.

D. Fox Harrell and Jichen Zhu. "Agency Play: Dimensions of Agency for Interactive Narrative Design," forthcoming in Proceeding of the AAAI 2009 Spring Symposium on Narrative Intelligence II, AAAI Press, 2009. Jichen Zhu and D. Fox Harrell. "Daydreaming with Intention: Scalable Blending-Based Imagining and Agency in Generative Interactive Narrative," in Proceeding of the AAAI 2008 Spring Symposium on Creative Intelligent Systems, AAAI Press, 2008.

D. Fox Harrell. "Digital Metaphors for Phantom Selves: Computation, Mathematics, and Identity in Speculative and Fantastic Fiction and Gaming," The Sublime in the Fantastic: The 29th International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, Orlando, FL, 2008.

D. Fox Harrell. "Walking Blues Changes Undersea: Imaginative Narrative in Interactive Poetry Generation with the GRIOT System," in Proceeding of the AAAI 2006 Workshop in Computational Aesthetics: Artificial Intelligence Approaches to Happiness and Beauty, AAAI Press, 2006. [pdf]

D. Fox Harrell. "Shades of Computational Evocation and Meaning: The GRIOT System and Improvisational Poetry Generation," in Proceedings of the 6th Digital Arts and Culture Conference, 2005, pp. 133-143. [pdf]

Joseph Goguen and D. Fox Harrell. "Style as Choice of Blending Principles," in Style and Meaning in Language, Art, Music and Design, Papers from the 2004 AAAI Fall Symposium, Technical Report FS-04-07, 2004, pp. 49-56.

Reviews

D. Fox Harrell. "Ghost Values - Infrastructures of Digital Design Conference Review," in Convergence - The Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, vol. 9, issue 3, Autumn 2003, pp. 106-110. [html]

Conference Presentations & Invited Talks

D. Fox Harrell, "Imagination, Computation, and Expression: A Cognitive Approach to Digital Media Arts," Case Western Reserve University Cognitive Science Colloquium, invited talk, 2009.

D. Fox Harrell and Kenny K. N. Chow, "Generative Visual Renku: Linked Poetry Generation with the GRIOT System," Visionary Landscapes: Electronic Literature Organization Conference 2008, Vancouver, WA, 2008.

D. Fox Harrell, "Fantastic Transformations and Blends: A Reading of Computationally Generated and Traditionally Written Prose Poetry," The Sublime in the Fantastic: The 29th International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, Orlando, FL, 2008.

D. Fox Harrell. "Ghosts, seraphs, and daily life under the heavy sea: Cognitive Semantics and Computational Narrative with the GRIOT System," invited talk, Georgia Institute of Technology, Literature, Communication, and Culture Lecture Series, 2006.

D. Fox Harrell. "Algebra of Identity: Skin of Wind, Skin of Streams, Skin of Shadows, Skin of Vapor," Powering Up/Powering Down, An International Festival of Radical Media Arts, La Jolla, California, 2004.

Panels

D. Fox Harrell. "Computational Meaning Evocation: Cognitive Linguistics and Digital Poetics," talk/panelist, South Atlanta Modern Language Association (SAMLA) Convention, 2007.

D. Fox Harrell. "SF and Technoculture Panel Discussion," The Sublime in the Fantastic: The 29th International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, panelist, Orlando, FL, forthcoming 2008.

Performance

D. Fox Harrell, Joseph Goguen. "The Griot Sings Haibun," Music: Bertram Turetzky, David Borgo, and Ryoko Goguen, multimedia performance at the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology, Center for Research in Computing and the Arts, La Jolla, California, 2005.

[Publications since lab inception, see also individual members' webpages.]

D. Fox Harrell, Director

Associate Professor of Digital Media

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