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Multimodal Goal Recognition in Open-World Digital Games

@inproceedings{Min2017MultimodalGR,
  title={Multimodal Goal Recognition in Open-World Digital Games},
  author={Wookhee Min and Bradford W. Mott and Jonathan P. Rowe and Robert G. Taylor and Eric N. Wiebe and Kristy Elizabeth Boyer and James C. Lester},
  booktitle={AIIDE},
  year={2017}
}
  • Wookhee Min, Bradford W. Mott, +4 authors James C. Lester
  • Published in AIIDE 2017
  • Computer Science
  • Recent years have seen a growing interest in player modeling to create player-adaptive digital games. As a core player-modeling task, goal recognition aims to recognize players’ latent, high-level intentions in a non-invasive fashion to deliver goal-driven, tailored game experiences. This paper reports on an investigation of multimodal data streams that provide rich evidence about players’ goals. Two data streams, game event traces and player gaze traces, are utilized to devise goal recognition… CONTINUE READING

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