Learning knowledge to support domain-independent narrative intelligence

@inproceedings{Li2015LearningKT,
  title={Learning knowledge to support domain-independent narrative intelligence},
  author={Boyang Li},
  year={2015}
}
ed from artificially segmented perceptual inputs of the human senses. This dissertation follows the three-tier model proposed by Bal [5]. Thus, I consider a narrative to contain three tiers, as defined below: Definition 3 (Fabula). A fabula is the complete set of events that include but are not limited to all events presented in the narrative, that happen to and around all story characters within a continuous time period, and that are temporally partially ordered as multiple events can happen… CONTINUE READING
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