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2002
Springer
3 years 10 months ago
Advantages, Opportunities and Limits of Empirical Evaluations: Evaluating Adaptive Systems
While empirical evaluations are a common research method in some areas of Artificial Intelligence (AI), others still neglect this approach. This article outlines both the opportun...
Stephan Weibelzahl, Gerhard Weber
INFSOF
1998
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3 years 10 months ago
Active help found beneficial in wizard of oz study
Emerging AI techniques will make possible new intelligent help features, such as ‘active help’ (interrupting the user when appropriate) and ‘back channel’ communication (a...
J. S. Davis
AIIDE
2009
3 years 11 months ago
Bowyer: A Planning Tool for Bridging the Gap between Declarative and Procedural Domains
Traditionally, there have been two large obstacles faced in attempting to apply AI techniques to games and other virtual environments. The first obstacle is the gap between the la...
Steven P. Cash, R. Michael Young
AAAI
2000
4 years 20 hour ago
Exploiting a Thesaurus-Based Semantic Net for Knowledge-Based Search
With the growth of on-line information, the need for better resource location services is growing rapidly. A popular goal is to conduct search in terms of concepts, rather than wo...
Peter Clark, John Thompson, Heather Holmback, Lisb...
AIIDE
2007
4 years 1 months ago
Automatic Design of Balanced Board Games
AI techniques are already widely used in game software to provide computer-controlled opponents for human players. However, game design is a more-challenging problem than game pla...
Joe Marks, Vincent Hom
STORYTELLING
2005
Springer
4 years 4 months ago
Formal Encoding of Drama Ontology
The goal of this research is to lay the foundations for a formal theory , that abstracts from the procedural and interactive aspects involved in the generation of dramatic content....
Rossana Damiano, Vincenzo Lombardo, Antonio Pizzo
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