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ACII
2011
Springer
8 years 10 months ago
Toward a Computational Model of Affective Responses to Stories for Augmenting Narrative Generation
Current approaches to story generation do not utilize models of human affect to create stories with dramatic arc, suspense, and surprise. This paper describes current and future wo...
Brian O'Neill
ACII
2011
Springer
8 years 10 months ago
Toward a Computational Framework of Suspense and Dramatic Arc
We propose a computational framework for the recognition of suspense and dramatic arc in stories. Suspense is an affective response to narrative structure that accompanies the redu...
Brian O'Neill, Mark Riedl
MM
1996
ACM
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10 years 2 months ago
Do Story Agents Use Rocking Chairs? The Theory and Implementation of One Model for Computational Narrative
Narrative structure models are useful tools for understanding how and why narratives of any medium affect an audience's level of participation in their role of story reconstr...
Kevin M. Brooks
ICIDS
2010
Springer
9 years 8 months ago
Measuring User Responses to Interactive Stories: Towards a Standardized Assessment Tool
With the increasing number of prototypes and market applications of interactive storytelling, the understanding and optimization of how end users respond to computer-mediated inter...
Ivar E. Vermeulen, Christian Roth, Peter Vorderer,...
ATAL
2010
Springer
9 years 11 months ago
Evaluating directorial control in a character-centric interactive narrative framework
Interactive narrative allows the user to play a role in a story and interact with other characters controlled by the system. Directorial control is a procedure for dynamically tun...
Mei Si, Stacy C. Marsella, David V. Pynadath
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