A Unified Approach for Reconciling Characters and Story in the Realm of Agency

  title={A Unified Approach for Reconciling Characters and Story in the Realm of Agency},
  author={Rossana Damiano and Vincenzo Lombardo},
In the last decade, a number of computational systems for entertainment and communication have appeared, that share a set of common features, including the use of artificial characters and the reference to drama and storytelling. Systems for interactive storytelling and drama rely on agent theories to model characters, and adopt planning techniques to cope with non-determinism at the story level, combining them according to sophisticate architectural designs. However, a consolidated approach… CONTINUE READING

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