Virtual Humanoids : Let ThemBeAutonomouswithoutLosing Control

@inproceedings{Caicedo2000VirtualH,
  title={Virtual Humanoids : Let ThemBeAutonomouswithoutLosing Control},
  author={Angela Caicedo and Daniel Thalmann},
  year={2000}
}
There have been several efforts to build lifelike autonomous creatures in virtual worlds, but only few of them have focused their intentions in presenting human-like autonomous creatures. In this paper we discuss the problem of building autonomous virtual humanoids with goal directed behaviors. We present the decision-making as a process compound of: goal achievement planning, dynamic belief management, evolving goals, internal states and confidence levels. As simulating real humans, we applied… CONTINUE READING

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