Men behaving appropriately: integrating the role passing technique into the ALOHA system
Item Type:Conference Paper
Citation:McNamee, B., Dobbyn, S., Cunningham, P. and O'Sullivan, C. 'Men behaving appropriately: integrating the role passing technique into the ALOHA system' in AISB'02 symposium: Animating Expressive Characters for Social Interactions, London, UK., edited by Aylett, R., Canamero, L. 2002, pp 59 - 62.
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The Adaptive Level of Detail for Human Animation (ALOHA) system is a platform for animating virtual humans within a virtual environment using levels-of-detail for geometry, motion and conversational behaviour. Until now the behaviour of these humans has been determined using pre-defined scripts. This paper describes the integration of the intelligent agent based role-passing technique into the ALOHA system to allow for the creation of dynamic scenes.
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