Cosmo : A Life-like Animated Pedagogical Agent with Deictic Believability

@inproceedings{Callaway2001CosmoA,
  title={Cosmo : A Life-like Animated Pedagogical Agent with Deictic Believability},
  author={James C. Lester Jennifer L. Voerman Stuart G. Towns Char Callaway},
  year={2001}
}
Life-like animated interface agents for knowledgebased learning environments can provide timely, customized advice to support students' problem solving. Because of their strong visual presence, they hold signi cant promise for substantially increasing students' enjoyment of their learning experiences. A key problem posed by life-like agents that inhabit arti cial worlds is deictic believability. In the same manner that humans refer to objects in their environment through judicious combinations… CONTINUE READING
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