Believability through context using "knowledge in the world" to create intelligent characters

@inproceedings{Doyle2002BelievabilityTC,
  title={Believability through context using "knowledge in the world" to create intelligent characters},
  author={Patrick Doyle},
  booktitle={AAMAS '02},
  year={2002}
}
Intelligent characters are presently quite limited. How useful and how believable they are depends on the extent to which they are integrated into a specific environment for a particular set of tasks. This tight integration of character and context is an inadequate approach in the rapidly-expanding realm of large, diverse, structurally homogeneous but disparate virtual environments, of which the Web is only the most obvious example. By separating a character's core features, which are… CONTINUE READING

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