MPML: a markup language for controlling the behavior of life-like characters

@article{Prendinger2004MPMLAM,
  title={MPML: a markup language for controlling the behavior of life-like characters},
  author={Helmut Prendinger and Sylvain Descamps and Mitsuru Ishizuka},
  journal={J. Vis. Lang. Comput.},
  year={2004},
  volume={15},
  pages={183-203}
}
Animated agents have the potential to convey information in a more natural way than other media traditionally used on the world-wide web, such as text, audio, or video clips. They also allow for more natural styles of human–computer interaction than navigation through hypertext documents. In this paper, we will introduce the multi-modal presentation markup language (MPML), which is a powerful and easy-to-use XML-style language enabling content authors to script rich web-based interaction… CONTINUE READING
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