Yang, H and Zhang, L (2014) 'Controlling and being creative: software cybernetics and creative computing.' In: Chang, C.K, Gao, Y, Hurson, A, Matskin, M, McMillin, B, Okabe, Y, Seceleanu, C and Yoshida, K, eds. Proceedings: IEEE 38th Annual International Computers, Software and Applications Conference Workshops. IEEE Computer Society, Tokyo, pp. 19-24. ISBN 9781479935789
Software Cybernetics emphasises controlling software while Creative Computing emphasises being creative, in the whole software life cycle. It seems that they conflict each other. Nevertheless, controlling and being creative are almost the two most important aspects in software development and evolution. This paper discusses how best to combine these two aspects in improving software by proposing models for controlling software behaviours and the process of software development.
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