Daydreamer is a computer model of the stream of thought developed at UCLA by Erik T. Mueller from 1983 to 1988. It implements the following:

Daydreamer is in turn built upon GATE, which provides basic AI tools such as slot-filler objects, unification, instantiation, variabilization, theorem proving, and contexts.

Daydreamer and GATE code: Common Lisp source code for Daydreamer and GATE, subject to the GNU General Public License Version 2. After loading this, you can run a sample experience and daydreams by typing (load "dd"). Tested under Allegro Common Lisp 6.2 and 7.0.

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Author(s): Erik T. Mueller
Contact: Erik T. Mueller
Keywords: Daydreaming, stream of thought, emotions, creativity, metaplanning