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Intelligent Virtual Agents

4th International Workshop, IVA 2003, Kloster Irsee, Germany, September 15-17, 2003. Proceedings

  • Thomas Rist
  • Ruth S. Aylett
  • Daniel Ballin
  • Jeff Rickel

Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 2792)

Also part of the Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence book sub series (LNAI, volume 2792)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Keynote Speech

  3. Interface Agents and Conversational Agents

    1. Gábor Tatai, Annamária Csordás, Árpád Kiss, Attila Szaló, László Laufer
      Pages 5-12
    2. Michiel Hildebrand, Anton Eliëns, Zhisheng Huang, Cees Visser
      Pages 13-17
    3. Niels Ole Bernsen
      Pages 27-30
  4. Emotion and Believability

    1. Luís Morgado, Graça Gaspar
      Pages 31-38
    2. Wenji Mao, Jonathan Gratch
      Pages 39-47
    3. Patrick Gebhard, Michael Kipp, Martin Klesen, Thomas Rist
      Pages 48-56
    4. Carlos Martinho, Mário Gomes, Ana Paiva
      Pages 57-61
    5. Rui Prada, Marco Vala, Ana Paiva, Kristina Hook, Adrian Bullock
      Pages 62-66
  5. Expressive Animation

    1. Marco Vala, Ana Paiva, Mário Rui Gomes
      Pages 72-79
    2. Zsòfia Ruttkay, Zhisheng Huang, Anton Eliens
      Pages 80-87
    3. Marco Gillies, Daniel Ballin
      Pages 88-92
    4. Catherine Pelachaud, Massimo Bilvi
      Pages 93-100
    5. Emmanuel Tanguy, Philip Willis, Joanna Bryson
      Pages 101-105
    6. Hidetoshi Nonaka, Masahito Kurihara
      Pages 106-110
  6. Embodiment and Situatedness

    1. Nicolas Courty, Gaspard Breton, Danielle Pelé
      Pages 111-118
    2. Tokunaga Takenobu, Koyama Tomofumi, Saito Suguru, Okumura Manabu
      Pages 127-135
  7. Motion Planning

    1. Feng Liu, Ronghua Liang
      Pages 141-149
    2. Zhisheng Huang, Anton Eliëns, Cees Visser
      Pages 150-158
    3. Brian Mac Namee, Simon Dobbyn, Pádraig Cunningham, Carol O’Sullivan
      Pages 159-163
    4. Marta Becker Villamil, Soraia Raupp Musse, Luiz Paulo Luna de Oliveira
      Pages 164-169
    5. Stefan M. Grünvogel, Stephan Schwichtenberg
      Pages 170-174
    6. Toni Conde, William Tambellini, Daniel Thalmann
      Pages 175-180
  8. Modells, Architectures, and Tools

    1. Wan Ching Ho, Kerstin Dautenhahn, Chrystopher L. Nehaniv
      Pages 182-191
    2. Jorge A. Torres, Luciana P. Nedel, Rafael H. Bordini
      Pages 197-201
    3. Spyros Vosinakis, Themis Panayiotopoulos
      Pages 202-206
    4. Pietro Casella, Ana Paiva
      Pages 207-211
  9. Mobile and Portable IVAs

    1. Gregory M. P. O’Hare, Brian R. Duffy, Bianca Schön, Alan N. Martin, John F. Bradley
      Pages 218-225
    2. Santi Saeyor, Suman Mukherjee, Koki Uchiyama, Mitsuru Ishizuka
      Pages 226-230
  10. Narration and Storytelling

    1. Marc Cavazza, Olivier Martin, Fred Charles, Steven J. Mead, Xavier Marichal
      Pages 231-235
    2. Alexander Hornung, Gerhard Lakemeyer, Georg Trogemann
      Pages 236-243
    3. Sandy Louchart, Ruth Aylett
      Pages 244-248
    4. Jesus Ibanez, Ruth Aylett, Rocio Ruiz-Rodarte
      Pages 249-253
    5. Ido A. Iurgel
      Pages 254-258
    6. Leonie Schäfer, Božana Bokan, Amanda Oldroyd
      Pages 259-263
    7. Jarmo Laaksolahti, Niklas Bergmark, Erik Hedlund
      Pages 264-268
    8. Nikos Avradinis, Ruth Aylett
      Pages 269-273
  11. Evaluation and Design Methodologies

    1. David Kadleček, David Řehoř, Pavel Nahodil, Pavel Slavík
      Pages 274-282
    2. Helmut Prendinger, Sonja Mayer, Junichiro Mori, Mitsuru Ishizuka
      Pages 283-291
    3. Nicole C. Krämer, Bernd Tietz, Gary Bente
      Pages 292-300

About these proceedings

Introduction

This volume, containing the proceedings of IVA 2003, held at Kloster Irsee, in Germany, September 15–17, 2003, is testimony to the growing importance of IntelligentVirtualAgents(IVAs) asaresearch?eld.Wereceived67submissions, nearly twice as many as for IVA 2001, not only from European countries, but from China, Japan, and Korea, and both North and South America. As IVA research develops, a growing number of application areas and pl- forms are also being researched. Interface agents are used as part of larger - plications, often on the Web. Education applications draw on virtual actors and virtual drama, while the advent of 3D mobile computing and the convergence of telephones and PDAs produce geographically-aware guides and mobile - tertainment applications. A theme that will be apparent in a number of the papers in this volume is the impact of embodiment on IVA research – a char- teristic di?erentiating it to some extent from the larger ?eld of software agents.

Keywords

Emotion algorithms animation systems computer assisted education educational entertainment human-compute intelligent agents intelligent tutoring systems lifelike characters modeling perception therapy virtual agent virtual reality visualization

Editors and affiliations

  • Thomas Rist
    • 1
  • Ruth S. Aylett
    • 2
  • Daniel Ballin
    • 3
  • Jeff Rickel
    • 4
  1. 1.University of Applied Sciences AugsburgAugsburgGermany
  2. 2.School of Mathematical and Computer SciencesHeriot Watt UniversityEdinburghScotland
  3. 3.BT plcIpswichUK
  4. 4.Information Sciences InstituteUniversity of Southern CaliforniaMarina del Rey

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/b12026
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2003
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-20003-1
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-39396-2
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-3349
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