Developing re-usable interactive storytelling technologies

@inproceedings{Cavazza2004DevelopingRI,
  title={Developing re-usable interactive storytelling technologies},
  author={Marc Cavazza and Fred Charles and Steven J. Mead},
  booktitle={IFIP Congress Topical Sessions},
  year={2004}
}
Despite the growing interest in Interactive Storytelling (IS), there have been only a small number of implemented demonstrators and few have attempted at developing a re-usable IS technology. In this paper we describe such an IS engine, which is the result of several years of experimentation in the field. The system is based on a game engine for its visualisation component, while the narrative generation component implements a variant of HTN Planning. After an introduction to the principles… CONTINUE READING

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