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IMMERSE: Interactive Mentoring for Multimodal Experiences in Realistic Social Encounters

  title={IMMERSE: Interactive Mentoring for Multimodal Experiences in Realistic Social Encounters},
  author={William Ferguson and David E. Diller and Kerry Moffitt and Bruce Roberts and William Coon and Michael Mateas and Daniel G. Shapiro and Andrew Stern and Larry LeBron and Karen Tannenbaum},
Abstract : This final report details the IMMERSE effort under the SSIM program. SSIM is designed to address the challenge of training our warfighters to successfully engage with Others (people who are culturally different from oneself) to accomplish a diverse set of military missions. The SSIM IMMERSE effort involves demonstrating the possibility of conducting that training using an immersive, computer-based training system that embodies a mentored practice environment. As part of this effort… 
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