NetworkING: using character relationships for interactive narrative generation

@inproceedings{Porteous2013NetworkINGUC,
  title={NetworkING: using character relationships for interactive narrative generation},
  author={Julie Porteous and Fred Charles and Marc Cavazza},
  booktitle={AAMAS},
  year={2013}
}
In this work, we revisit the duality between character and plot in Interactive Storytelling, and demonstrate the important role of social relationships between virtual characters in the generation of narrative: an aspect that has hitherto been overlooked as a generation mechanism. We argue that the structure of social relationships between characters can be used as a powerful mechanism to determine a narrative, putting less emphasis on the details of plot structure. This enables character… CONTINUE READING

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