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%% Articles Published   
@article{fds332188,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Continuum Computing},
   Booktitle = {50:50 – Scenarios for the Next 50 Years},
   Publisher = {Fast Future Publishing},
   Editor = {Talwar, R},
   Year = {2018},
   Key = {fds332188}
}

@article{fds332189,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Roy Ascott – Early Interactive Work and Some Cybernetic
             Relationalities (forthcoming)},
   Journal = {Cybernetics and Human Knowing: a Journal of Second Order
             Cybernetics, Autopoiesis and Cyber Semiotics},
   Publisher = {Imprint Academic},
   Year = {2018},
   Key = {fds332189}
}

@article{fds332190,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Towards A Dynamic Heterarchical Ecology Of Conversations
             (forthcoming)},
   Journal = {Cybernetics and Human Knowing: a Journal of Second Order
             Cybernetics, Autopoiesis and Cyber Semiotics},
   Publisher = {Imprint Academic},
   Year = {2018},
   Key = {fds332190}
}

@article{fds332191,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Emergent Relationality System / The Insight
             Engine},
   Booktitle = {Digital Methods and Remote Sensing in Archaeology:
             Archaeology in the Age of Sensing},
   Editor = {Forte, M and Campana, S},
   Year = {2016},
   Key = {fds332191}
}

@article{fds317946,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Neosentient Architecture Generator – n_Arch.gen},
   Year = {2015},
   Month = {October},
   Key = {fds317946}
}

@article{fds293606,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {A multi-perspective approach to knowledge
             production},
   Journal = {Kybernetes},
   Volume = {43},
   Number = {9/10},
   Pages = {1412-1424},
   Booktitle = {TBA},
   Publisher = {Emerald},
   Editor = {Glanville, R and Griffiths, D and Baron, P},
   Year = {2014},
   Month = {October},
   url = {http://asc-cybernetics.org/2013},
   Keywords = {Knowledge Production, Computational Approach, Memory
             Theatre, The Art of Memory, Human • as Computer,
             Computing a reality, 2nd Order Cybernetics},
   Abstract = {© Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Purpose: The purpose of
             this paper is to discuss a Multi-perspective approach to
             knowledge production in terms of a set of cybernetic
             concepts relevant to the approach; to describe a software
             system that computationally embodies the approach; and to
             articulate a research project that pragmatically employs the
             approach.Design/methodology/approach: A definition is
             provided. The paper uses a survey methodology, exploring
             relevant cybernetic and contemporary technological concepts.
             An operational software mechanism (The Insight Engine) is
             discussed that enables the bridging of transdisciplinary
             concepts by a user in the service of accretive research –
             Recombinant Informatics.Findings: Many cybernetic concepts
             are relevant to contemporary research into cognition and
             Neosentience research. More study needs to be undertaken
             related to historical BCL projects in terms of articulating
             relevance to contemporary research.Research
             limitations/implications: Future research seeks to extend
             the computational functionality of “The insight engine”,
             as well as uncover relevant BCL/cybernetic
             materials.Practical implications: The software is unique in
             the field and already there is interest in its use by
             differing research communities including the Duke Institute
             for Brain Sciences, and at Stanford, research under Ian
             Hodder.Social implications: The Insight Engine has potential
             to be used as a multi-perspective tool for many different
             fields enabling different forms of distributed,
             transdisciplinary team-based research.Originality/value:
             This text is valuable to researchers interested in new forms
             of interface, augmentation of thought and learning via
             computational approaches; and the development of bridges
             between novel research areas, including contemporary,
             historical BCL, and other cybernetic inquiry.},
   Doi = {10.1108/K-07-2014-0145},
   Key = {fds293606}
}

@article{fds303143,
   Author = {Seaman, W and Rössler, O},
   Title = {Neosentience - A New Branch of Scientific and Poetic Inquiry
             Related to Artificial Intelligence},
   Journal = {Technoetic Arts, Volume 6, Issue 1, March
             2008},
   Year = {2014},
   Month = {February},
   ISSN = {1477-965X},
   Key = {fds303143}
}

@article{fds317947,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {From Recombinant Poetics to Recombinant Informatics},
   Journal = {2014 International Conference on Cyberworlds
             (Cw)},
   Year = {2014},
   Key = {fds317947}
}

@article{fds293625,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {From Neosentience to Recombinant Informatics, A Research
             Overview},
   Journal = {Computer Science, Technology, and Application},
   Year = {2013},
   Keywords = {Biomimetics • Bio-abstraction • Biocomputation •
             Learning Systems • Robotics • Electrochemical Computer
             • Neosentience • Recombinant Informatics},
   Abstract = {An overview of Seaman’s research relevant to new forms of
             Computer Science, Technology and Application covers a number
             of different theoretical research areas and approaches
             including the examination of new (and historical) studies
             that seek to look holistically at particular relations at
             operation in the mind/brain/body/environment, functioning
             across different scales. Seaman is interested in what he
             calls a multi-perspective approach to knowledge production.
             He is deeply interested in the trajectory of research
             started in Cybernetics at the Biological Research Lab headed
             by Heinz von Foerster [1][2][3][4][5][6], yet points to work
             by Rashevsky [7] as an important precursor, along with
             McCulloch and Pitts[8]. Cyberneticist Gordon Pask is of
             particular interest because he also explored a range of
             pursuits form the sciences[9][10][11][12] to the arts [13]
             to architecture [14] and learning systems/conversation
             theory, and ‘teaching machines’[15]. Pask, like von
             Foerster was also interested in new forms of computation and
             dynamic interactivity. We can trace a lineage from studies
             in Cybernetics to the study of contemporary complex systems.
             From this broad research agenda Seaman seeks to work toward
             the creation of new computational systems and in particular,
             new approaches to transdisciplinary research that point at
             forms of computation in the body, and explore these through
             biomimetics and bio-abstraction. As a media researcher,
             Seaman seeks to bring his knowledge of computational media,
             and broad historical research drawn from multiple
             disciplinary fields, into dynamic relationality. Central to
             this broad set of studies has been the articulation with
             scientist Otto Rössler, of a series of disparate research
             areas that might be enfolded in the creation of a new form
             of robotic leaning system, that again draws from biomimetics
             and bio-abstraction, discussed in their book –
             Neosentience | The Benevolence Engine.[16] This book
             provides a series of micro-chapters that let researchers
             explore a set of disparate foci in a non-linear manner.
             Seaman describes this approach as “Recombinant
             Informatics”[17] — the juxtaposition, combination and
             recombination of differing informational contexts in the
             service of insight production. Seaman’s broad theoretical
             research agenda focuses in part on entailment structures
             [18] and the deep study of multiple physical processes as
             they contribute to “computation” in the body[19]; the
             long-term expansion of computational forms relevant to
             Neuroscience—exploring the notion of creating an
             electrochemical computer inspired by biomimetics and
             bio-abstraction[20][21]; the development of a network of
             computers inspired by computation in the body— The Engine
             of Engines; the bringing to light of relevant biologically
             related historical research that to some degree has been
             left out of the central discourses in multiple scientific
             disciplines and in computer science— in particular work
             done at the Biological Computer Lab headed by Heintz von
             Foerster [22]. In order to deal with the complexity of these
             issues in a pragmatic manner Seaman along with Todd Berreth
             and Olivier Perriquet are working on the creation of a
             computational system to help facilitate this research and
             other disciplinary, interdisciplinary, and transdisciplinary
             research relevant to Computer Science, Technology and
             Application, entitled the Insight Engine.[23]
             [24]},
   Key = {fds293625}
}

@article{fds293626,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Neosentience and the Abstraction of Abstraction},
   Journal = {Systems Connecting Matter, Life, Culture and
             Technology},
   Volume = {1},
   Number = {1},
   Year = {2013},
   ISSN = {2305-6991},
   url = {http://www.systems-journal.eu/},
   Keywords = {Neosentience; bisociation; neosentient design; artificial
             Intelligence; robotics; multi-perspective approach; 2nd
             order Cybernetics; insight engine},
   Abstract = {This paper employs a survey methodology to point at notions
             surrounding “the reflexive” and “reciprocity” drawn
             from the history of Cybernetics as it falls in relation to
             current “Neosentient” research. Seaman and O. E.
             Rössler have been involved in a decade long discussion
             exploring the future of artificial intelligence and its
             relation to robotics. Seaman coined the term Neosentience
             arising out of this ongoing “conversation” with Rössler
             which is articulated in their book – Neosentience | The
             Benevolence Engine (Seaman & Rössler, 2011). The book is a
             non-linear compendium of observations. When we abstract
             thought potentials in the human and seek to re-embody them
             within a robotic system in a functional manner that reflects
             the original bio-functionality of the human, we are thus
             elucidating the abstraction of abstraction.},
   Key = {fds293626}
}

@article{fds293634,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Four Transcultural Case Studies: Transmedial Walks, Drives
             and Observations,},
   Journal = {Technoetic Arts, Volume 6, Issue 1, March
             2008},
   Volume = {10},
   Series = {2-3},
   Number = {Spring},
   Pages = {2-3},
   Editor = {Ascott, R and YUAN, XJ},
   Year = {2013},
   ISSN = {1477-965X},
   Keywords = {language,culture,technological creation,generative
             systems,interactive art,installation art},
   Abstract = {This article discusses four different case studies related
             to complex technological works that were created through
             international collaborations. The Exquisite Mechanism of
             Shivers/Ex.Mech Red Dice/Des Chiffré Com↔Space A China of
             Many Senses The article discusses elements of language,
             culture, technological creation and process.},
   Key = {fds293634}
}

@article{fds293623,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {The Engine of Engines - Toward A Computational
             Ecology},
   Booktitle = {Integral Biomathics: Tracing the Road to Reality -
             Proceedings of ACIB’11 Conference in Stirling, Scotland,
             August 29-31, 2011 and iBioMath’2011 Workshop at
             ECAL’11, Paris.},
   Editor = {Simeonov, EBPL and Smith, LS and Winter, ACEE},
   Year = {2012},
   Month = {July},
   ISBN = {3642281109},
   Abstract = {Our knowledge related to the entailments of functionalities
             of different biological processes as they enable sentience
             to arise in the human is still limited due to the biological
             complexity of the body. There are two interrelated research
             paradigms that can be developed to approach this problem–
             one paradigm seeks to study the body and articulate its
             entailments (intra-functionalities) at multiple scales over
             time; the second paradigm seeks to glean knowledge from this
             study of biological processes and create new forms of
             computation to enable us to transcend the limitations of
             current computational modes. The nature and scope of the
             question necessitates an interdisciplinary approach to
             research through the development of a multi-perspective
             approach to knowledge production. Here, key solutions can in
             part arise at the interstices between disciplines, and
             potentially enable us to define and ‘chip away’ at the
             problem set. Central is observing the body as a distributed
             network of computational processes that function at
             different physical scales as well as across time-dependent,
             process-oriented accretive frames. We can articulate the
             study of the body by calling it an electrochemical
             computer— a computer whose deep functionality is not yet
             fully entailed. Historically the nature of the problem has
             been to isolate a biological system and study its
             entailments to ascertain its functionality. Yet, the nature
             of sentience asks us as researchers to take a more holistic
             approach, despite the complexity at play. These two
             paradigms then become a long-term problem set that a network
             of high-end researchers can collaborate on, by bringing
             different areas of expertise to the table. The notion of
             developing a biomimetic/bio-relational Engine of Engines—
             A Computational Ecology (Stengers 2005) derives from
             observing computational systems at work in the body and
             approaching them through observation— through
             technological, mathematical and/or computational
             abstraction. Where the body has been described as
             functioning as a computational system that transcends the
             Turing limit (Siegelmann 1999)(Maclennan 2003)(Penrose 1989)
             new approaches to computation need to be undertaken to
             reflect this deep complexity. The},
   Key = {fds293623}
}

@article{fds293622,
   Author = {W. Seaman and Seaman, W and Simeonov, PL and Brezina, EH and Cottam, R and Ehresmann,
             AC and Gare, A and Goranson, T and Gomez-Ramirez, J and Josephson, BD and Marchal, B and Matsuno, K and Root-Bernstein, RS and Rössler, OE and Salthe, SN and Schroeder, M and Seaman, B and Siregar, P and Smith,
             LS},
   Title = {White Paper},
   Booktitle = {Integral Biomathics: Tracing the Road to Reality Subtitle:
             Proceedings of ACIB’11 Conference in Stirling, Scotland,
             August 29-31, 2011 and iBioMath’2011 Workshop at
             ECAL’11, Paris},
   Publisher = {Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg},
   Editor = {Simeonov, PL and Smith, LS and Ehresmann, AC},
   Year = {2012},
   Month = {July},
   Abstract = {This is the final outcome of the INBIOSA project which ends
             by the end of December 2011. A slighly different version
             including some appendices will be delivered to the EC later.
             We believe that this White Paper is a defining document that
             can be used to direct future research in Integral
             Biomathics. It can be the base for cooperation projects in
             this field.},
   Key = {fds293622}
}

@article{fds303142,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {The Engine of Engines - Toward A Computational
             Ecology},
   Booktitle = {Integral Biomathics: Tracing the Road to Reality -
             Proceedings of ACIB’11 Conference in Stirling, Scotland,
             August 29-31, 2011 and iBioMath’2011 Workshop at
             ECAL’11, Paris},
   Publisher = {Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg},
   Editor = {Simeonov, PL and Smith, LS and Eds, ACE},
   Year = {2012},
   Abstract = {Our knowledge related to the entailments of functionalities
             of different biological processes as they enable sentience
             to arise in the human is still limited due to the biological
             complexity of the body. There are two interrelated research
             paradigms that can be developed to approach this problem–
             one paradigm seeks to study the body and articulate its
             entailments (intra-functionalities) at multiple scales over
             time; the second paradigm seeks to glean knowledge from this
             study of biological processes and create new forms of
             computation to enable us to transcend the limitations of
             current computational modes. The nature and scope of the
             question necessitates an interdisciplinary approach to
             research through the development of a multi-perspective
             approach to knowledge production. Here, key solutions can in
             part arise at the interstices between disciplines, and
             potentially enable us to define and ‘chip away’ at the
             problem set. Central is observing the body as a distributed
             network of computational processes that function at
             different physical scales as well as across time-dependent,
             process-oriented accretive frames. We can articulate the
             study of the body by calling it an electrochemical
             computer— a computer whose deep functionality is not yet
             fully entailed. Historically the nature of the problem has
             been to isolate a biological system and study its
             entailments to ascertain its functionality. Yet, the nature
             of sentience asks us as researchers to take a more holistic
             approach, despite the complexity at play. These two
             paradigms then become a long-term problem set that a network
             of high-end researchers can collaborate on, by bringing
             different areas of expertise to the table. The notion of
             developing a biomimetic/bio-relational Engine of Engines—
             A Computational Ecology (Stengers 2005) derives from
             observing computational systems at work in the body and
             approaching them through observation— through
             technological, mathematical and/or computational
             abstraction. Where the body has been described as
             functioning as a computational system that transcends the
             Turing limit (Siegelmann 1999)(Maclennan 2003)(Penrose 1989)
             new approaches to computation need to be undertaken to
             reflect this deep complexity.},
   Key = {fds303142}
}

@article{fds293620,
   Author = {Seaman, W and Rössler, OE},
   Title = {Neosentience | The Benevolence Engine},
   Booktitle = {Neosentience | The Benevolence Engine},
   Publisher = {Intellect Press},
   Year = {2011},
   ISBN = {9781841504049},
   Abstract = {Coined by artist and media researcher Bill Seaman,
             “neosentience” describes a new branch of scientific
             inquiry related to artificial intelligence. This volume
             explores the groundbreaking work of Seaman and theoretical
             physicist Otto E. Rossler in exploring the potential of an
             intelligent robotic entity possessed of a form of sentience
             that ever more closely resembles that of a human being.
             Individual chapters approach the concept from a range of
             disciplines, including psychology, neuroscience,
             linguistics, and the arts. Neosentience is a burgeoning area
             of interest, and this book encourages readers to reflect on
             how we experience and interpret the world, how memory works,
             and what it is to be human.},
   Key = {fds293620}
}

@article{fds293633,
   Author = {Perriquet, O and Seaman, W},
   Title = {Art <-> Science Relationalities},
   Journal = {International Symposium on Electronic Art Proceedings
             (Forthcoming)},
   Year = {2011},
   Key = {fds293633}
}

@article{fds293632,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Recombinant Poetics / Emergent Meaning as Examined and
             Explored Within a Specific Generative Virtual
             Environment},
   Publisher = {VDM},
   Year = {2010},
   ISBN = {isbn-10 3639236513, isbn-13 978-3639236514},
   Key = {fds293632}
}

@article{fds293641,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {(Re)Thinking — The Body, Generative Tools and
             Computational Articulation},
   Journal = {Technoetic Arts,},
   Year = {2010},
   Key = {fds293641}
}

@article{fds293618,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Combinatoric Micro-strategies for Emergent Transdisciplinary
             Education},
   Booktitle = {Rethinking the Contemporary Art School (NSCAD)},
   Publisher = {NSCAD},
   Year = {2009},
   Abstract = {The potential is to develop a series of both human and
             computational processes (see glossary) to augment
             transdisciplinary education, in part employing specific
             technologically mediated linguistic framing mechanisms. One
             also seeks to employ generative systems enabling creative
             output, specific forms of search capability, and intelligent
             associated juxtaposition, as another set of potential
             overarching strategies. The collaboration of artists in
             transdisciplinary research becomes one of many intersecting
             ‘perspective’ vectors forming a complex intellectual
             topology. The outcome of the research arising from such
             classes may have impact on many different fields depending
             on how the work is parsed, framed and ultimately
             contextualized. Artworks produced in conjunction with such
             research can potentially be articulated as conceptual art
             and/or inform poetic artistic production as a secondary
             manifestation where the artist is ‘inspired’ by the
             research to make ‘related’ works of art. Alternately
             questions central to the sciences and the humanities can
             potentially be addressed, and later specific knowledge can
             be folded back into the individual disciplines, expanding
             the ongoing definition of each of many differing fields.
             Micro-strategies There are many micro-strategies (see
             glossary) that can be drawn upon in the service of enabling
             new forms of Transdisciplinary research. A micro-strategy is
             a focused algorithmic process that is being employed to
             facilitate a chosen goal directed activity.},
   Key = {fds293618}
}

@article{fds293619,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {OULIPO|vs|Recombinant Poetics},
   Booktitle = {Art & Electronic Media},
   Publisher = {Phaidon Press},
   Editor = {Shanken, E},
   Year = {2009},
   Key = {fds293619}
}

@article{fds293616,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {A Generative Emergent Approach to Graduate
             Education},
   Booktitle = {Educating Artists for the Future, Learning at the
             Intersections of Art, Science, Technology, and
             Culture},
   Editor = {Alexenberg, M},
   Year = {2008},
   Key = {fds293616}
}

@article{fds293617,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Unpacking Simultaneity for Differing Observer Perspectives
             and Qualities of Environment},
   Booktitle = {Simultaneity},
   Publisher = {World Scientific},
   Editor = {Vrobel, S and Rossler, OE and Marks-Tarlow, T},
   Year = {2008},
   Key = {fds293617}
}

@article{fds293631,
   Author = {Seaman, W and Rössler, OE},
   Title = {Neosentience – A New Branch of Scientific and Poetic
             Inquiry Related to Artificial Intelligence},
   Journal = {Technotic Arts},
   Volume = {6},
   Number = {1},
   Year = {2008},
   Key = {fds293631}
}

@article{fds293613,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Unpacking Neosentience / Dystopian Techno-Evolution},
   Journal = {Mutomorphosis},
   Year = {2007},
   Key = {fds293613}
}

@article{fds293614,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Recombinant Poetics and Related Database
             Aesthetics},
   Booktitle = {Database Aesthetics},
   Publisher = {University of Minnesota Press},
   Editor = {Vesna, V},
   Year = {2007},
   Key = {fds293614}
}

@article{fds293615,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Recombinant Poetics},
   Booktitle = {New Media Poetry, an International Anthology},
   Editor = {Kac, E},
   Year = {2007},
   Key = {fds293615}
}

@article{fds293612,
   Author = {Seaman, W and Rössler, OE},
   Title = {Toward the Creation of an Intelligent Situated Computer and
             Related Robotic System: An Intra-functional Network of
             Living Analogies},
   Booktitle = {Emoçào Art.ficial 3.0, Itau Cultural Center
             Publication},
   Year = {2006},
   Key = {fds293612}
}

@article{fds293629,
   Author = {Seaman, W and Hiwaki, K and Ratjen, W and Seaman, B and Locker, M and Lasker, GE and Aydin, A},
   Title = {Intelligent Computerized Dolls as Companions in Old
             Age},
   Year = {2005},
   Key = {fds293629}
}

@article{fds293630,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Recombinant Poetics: The Thoughtbody Environment},
   Journal = {A Minima Magazine},
   Volume = {13},
   Number = {New Media Actual Art},
   Year = {2005},
   Key = {fds293630}
}

@article{fds293636,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Pattern Flows | Hybrid Accretive Processes Informing
             Identity Construction},
   Journal = {Convergence Magazine},
   Volume = {7},
   Number = {2},
   Year = {2005},
   Key = {fds293636}
}

@article{fds293628,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {The Illusive Nature of Context: The Negotiation of the
             Thoughtbody},
   Booktitle = {P0Es1S: The Aesthetics of Digital Poetry},
   Publisher = {Hatje Cantz Publishers},
   Editor = {Heibach, C and Wentz, K and Seaman, W},
   Year = {2004},
   Key = {fds293628}
}

@article{fds293635,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Endophysics and the Thoughtbody Environment, an Outline for
             a Neo-computational Paradigm},
   Year = {2004},
   Key = {fds293635}
}

@article{fds293639,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Toward the Production of Nano-computers and in turn
             Nano-related Emotive Virtual/Physical Environments},
   Journal = {Intelligent Agent},
   Volume = {4},
   Number = {2},
   Year = {2004},
   Abstract = {Paper presented at the conference "Emotional
             Architectures/Cognitive Armatures", The Banff Center,
             Canada, Sept. 2001.},
   Key = {fds293639}
}

@article{fds293640,
   Author = {Seaman, W and Gaugusch, A},
   Title = {(RE)Sensing the Observer — Offering an Open Order
             Cybernetics},
   Journal = {Technoetic Arts: a Journal of Speculative
             Research},
   Volume = {2},
   Number = {1},
   Year = {2004},
   Key = {fds293640}
}

@article{fds317948,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Notions of the Hybrid : A Particular Hybrid Educational
             Methodology / RISD Digital Media},
   Year = {2004},
   Key = {fds317948}
}

@article{fds293611,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Recombinant Poetics — Media-Element Field
             Explorations},
   Series = {MIT Press},
   Booktitle = {First Person: New Media as Story, Performance, and
             Game},
   Editor = {Wardrip-Fruin, N and Harrigan, P},
   Year = {2003},
   Key = {fds293611}
}

@article{fds293638,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {The Hybrid Invention Generator — Assorted
             Relations},
   Journal = {Technoetic Arts: a Journal of Speculative
             Research},
   Volume = {1},
   Number = {2},
   Publisher = {Intellect Press},
   Year = {2003},
   Key = {fds293638}
}

@article{fds293610,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Recombinant Poetics: Emergent Explorations of Digital Video
             in Virtual Space},
   Booktitle = {Transluminations: New Screen Mediia Narratives},
   Publisher = {BFI Publishers},
   Editor = {Zapp, and Reiser},
   Year = {2002},
   Key = {fds293610}
}

@article{fds293637,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Exchange Fields: Embodied Positioning as Interface
             Strategy},
   Journal = {Convergence Magazine},
   Volume = {7},
   Number = {2},
   Year = {2001},
   Key = {fds293637}
}

@article{fds317949,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Motioning Toward the Emergent Definition of E-phany
             Physics},
   Journal = {Consciousness Reframed 3: Conference Proceedings},
   Publisher = {University of Wales College},
   Editor = {Ascott, R and Punt, M},
   Year = {2000},
   Key = {fds317949}
}

@article{fds293609,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Nonsense Logic},
   Booktitle = {Reframing Consciousness},
   Publisher = {Intellect Press},
   Editor = {Ascott, R},
   Year = {1999},
   Key = {fds293609}
}

@article{fds293627,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Emergent Constructions: Re-embodied Intelligence within
             Recombinant Poetic Networks,},
   Journal = {Digital Creativity 9. 3, Pp 153–160},
   Year = {1998},
   Key = {fds293627}
}

@article{fds293608,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {1997},
   Booktitle = {Intelligent Environments–Spatial Aspect of the Information
             Revolution},
   Editor = {Droege, P},
   Year = {1997},
   ISBN = {0444823328/6434 2433211-744357},
   Key = {fds293608}
}

@article{fds317950,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Hybrid Architectures/Media Information Environments},
   Booktitle = {Intelligent Environments–Spatial Aspect of the Information
             Revolution},
   Publisher = {North Holland},
   Editor = {Droege, P},
   Year = {1997},
   Key = {fds317950}
}

@article{fds317951,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Notes and Observations on Artificial Games},
   Booktitle = {Artificial Games Catalogue},
   Year = {1993},
   Key = {fds317951}
}


%% Articles Submitted   
@unpublished{fds293624,
   Author = {Seaman, W},
   Title = {Computational Creativity | A Multi-perspective
             Approach},
   Journal = {Tba},
   Year = {2013},
   Month = {November},
   url = {http://re-new.org/},
   Keywords = {computational creativity, Cybernetics, Gordon Pask,
             Recombinant Poetics, Recombinant Informatics, learning
             systems, multi-perspective approach. Biological Computer
             Laboratory, Heinz von Foerester},
   Abstract = {In this talk I will discuss Computational Creativity | A
             multi-perspective Approach. Building on historical
             references to cybernetics and artificial intelligence, I
             will also introduce my more recent collaborative research
             with Otto Rössler on Neosentience, which holds great
             potential for the future of creativity involving robotics
             and learning systems. These ideas will be further elaborated
             and amplified with concrete examples from my artistic
             practice, including The Many Senses Engine (with Todd
             Berreth), on display at the festival exhibition.},
   Key = {fds293624}
}


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