Bottoms up: improvisational micro-agents

Abstract

This paper describes our current approach in implementing computational improvisational <i>micro-agents</i>, agents that perform one specific aspect of our findings from the <i>Digital Improv Project</i>. This approach is intended to foster bottom-up research to better understand how to build more complex agent behaviors in a theatrical improvisational setting. The <i>Digital Improv Project</i> is a multi-year study at the Georgia Institute of Technology focused on studying real life theatrical improvisers with an aim towards better understanding the cognition employed in improvisation at the individual and group level.

DOI: 10.1145/1822309.1822317

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@inproceedings{Magerko2010BottomsUI, title={Bottoms up: improvisational micro-agents}, author={Brian Magerko and Casey Fiesler and Allan Baumer and Daniel Fuller}, year={2010} }