Interval scripts: a programming paradigm for interactive environments and agents

@article{Pinhanez2003IntervalSA,
  title={Interval scripts: a programming paradigm for interactive environments and agents},
  author={Claudio S. Pinhanez and Aaron F. Bobick},
  journal={Personal and Ubiquitous Computing},
  year={2003},
  volume={7},
  pages={1-21}
}
 In this paper we present interval scripts, a new paradigm for the programming of interactive environments and computer characters. In this paradigm, actions and states of the users and the system computational agents are associated with temporal intervals. Programming is accomplished by establishing temporal relationships as constraints between the intervals. Unlike previous temporal constraint-based programming languages, we employ a strong temporal algebra based in Allen's interval algebra… CONTINUE READING
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