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To formulate a story-making and literature-making equation

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M. Iwagaki ; Tamagawa Univ., Shizuoka, Japan

The ultimate purpose of this plan is to formulate a story-making and literature-making equation of (events)(archetypes)(typical plots)-stories+(rhetoric)(images)(impressions)-literature and to make stories with computers by using the equation. In order to derive the equation, you man classify the elements of stories Into two parts under the criterion of whether you can treat them logically or non-logically. The own fundamental elements of stories can be found in analyzing mythical stories or folk tales, bemuse they are supposed to contain primordial drives, archetypes of story-structures, and typical plots of stories In their original forms. These elements are very important to storks: Firstly, primordial drives cause as to accept the story as universally true. Secondly, archetypes of story-structures are forms which cause resonance in everyone. Thirdly, the typical plots of stories cause us to feel logically content with the story. I'm going to show the classification of bask story-elements and the inevitable logic of the order of events (in a tabular form), so that they can be calculated by computers.

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Systems, Man and Cybernetics, 2002 IEEE International Conference on  (Volume:7 )

Date of Conference:

6-9 Oct. 2002