Ricardo Imbert

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In this paper we propose an architecture for the development of Intelligent Virtual Environments for Training, which is based on a collection of cooperative software agents. The first level of the architecture is an extension of the classical Intelligent Tutoring System architecture that adds to the expert, student, tutoring and communication modules a new(More)
In the last decades, cognitive and neuroscience findings about emotion have motivated the design of emotional-based architectures to model individuals' behavior. Currently, we are working with a cognitive, multi-layered architecture for Agents, which provides them with emotion-influenced behavior and has been extended to model social interactions. This(More)
Applying Virtual Reality (VR) in combination with Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITSs) is a promising approach to computer based learning and training. However , the classical structure of ITSs has not been conceived to deal with the new sources of information and interaction provided by VR environments. The resulting structures combining both technologies(More)