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AIIDE
2006
4 years 29 days ago
Modeling Self-Adapting and Multicultural Non-Player Characters in Artificial Worlds
Modeling the behavior of Non-Player Characters (NPCs) so that they can act properly in an artificial world is a difficult, yet essential task in the development of modern computer...
Samuel Marin
AAAI
2006
4 years 29 days ago
ScriptEase - Motivational Behaviors for Interactive Characters in Computer Role-Playing Games
ScriptEase is a tool that allows authors with no programming experience to create interactive stories for computer role-playing games. Instead of writing scripting code manually, ...
Maria Cutumisu, Duane Szafron, Jonathan Schaeffer,...
CRITICAL
2005
4 years 1 months ago
Involving non-players in pervasive games
In traditional computer games, it is not uncommon for the game world to be inhabited by numerous computergenerated characters, Non-Player Characters (NPCs). In pervasive games, pl...
Jenny Niemi, Susanna Sawano, Annika Waern
AIIDE
2008
4 years 1 months ago
Logical Agents for Language and Action
Game developers are faced with the difficult task of creating non-player characters with convincing behavior. This commonly involves an exhaustive specification of their actions i...
Martin Magnusson, Patrick Doherty
AIIDE
2007
4 years 1 months ago
Episodic Memory: A Final Frontier (Abbreviated Version)
A major limitation of today's computer games is the shallowness of interactions with non-player characters. To build up relationships with players, NPCs should be able to rem...
Kenneth D. Forbus, Sven E. Kuehne
AIED
2005
Springer
4 years 5 months ago
Serious Games for Language Learning: How Much Game, How Much AI?
Modern computer games show potential not just for engaging and entertaining users, but also in promoting learning. Game designers employ a range of techniques to promote long-term ...
W. Lewis Johnson, Hannes Högni Vilhjál...
DIGRA
2005
Springer
4 years 5 months ago
CameraBots: Cinematography for Games with Non-Player Characters as Camera Operators
Cinematography describes principles and techniques pertaining to the effective use of cameras to film live action. The correct application of these principles and techniques produ...
James Kneafsey, Hugh McCabe
SIGMOD
2007
ACM
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4 years 11 months ago
Scaling games to epic proportion
We introduce scalability for computer games as the next frontier for techniques from data management. A very important aspect of computer games is the artificial intelligence (AI)...
Walker M. White, Alan J. Demers, Christoph Koch, J...
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