A Genre-Independent Approach to Authoring Interactive Screen Media Narratives

Ursu, Marian F.; Cook, J.; Ian, K. and Zsombori, Vilmos. 2007. 'A Genre-Independent Approach to Authoring Interactive Screen Media Narratives'. In: AAAI Fall Symposium on Intelligent Narrative Technologies. UNDEFINED 11/1/2007. [Conference or Workshop Item]

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Presents the first declarative language for representing interactive narratives with pre-recorded multi-media. Lays down formal foundations for a new approach to interactive storytelling and provides for the development of further AI techniques for digital narrativity. The language—constructed through an iterative process of knowledge elicitation—has an accompanying inference engine implemented in Prolog and validated through use in the EU-funded NM2 project. The language is reusable outside the domain of storytelling and it is an essential element in the successful collaborative FP7 follow-up proposal (an 18.2 million euro project concerning machine-mediated human-to-human interaction) to start in early 2008.

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Computing

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November 2007Published

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11/1/2007

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958

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12 Mar 2009 15:41

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27 Nov 2012 13:46

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http://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/958

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