Agents in Annotated Worlds

  title={Agents in Annotated Worlds},
  author={Patrick S Doyle and Barbara Hayes-Roth},
Virtual worlds offer great potential as environments for education, entertainment, and collaborative work. Agents that function effectively in heterogeneous virtual spaces must have the ability to acquire new behaviors and useful semantic information from those contexts. The human-computer interaction literature discusses how to construct spaces and objects that provide "knowledge in the world" that aids human beings to perform these tasks. In this paper, we describe how to build comparable… CONTINUE READING
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