The Ontology Project for Interactive Digital Narrative
Item Type:Book Chapter
Citation:The Ontology Project for Interactive Digital Narrative, Henrik Schoenau-Fog, Luis Emilio Bruni, Sandy Louchart, Sarune Baceviciute, LNCS 9445: Interactive Storytelling, Copenhagen, Denmark, Springer, 2015, 397 - 399, Hartmut Koenitz, Mads Haahr, Gabriele Ferri, Tonguc Ibrahim Sezen, and Digdem Sezen
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Interactive Digital Narrative (IDN) is an interdisciplinary field in which long established perspectives (literature studies, narratology, oral storytelling practices) and newer views (computer science, communication and digital media studies, artificial intelligence) intersect. This variety of traditions creates difficulties for the exchange between researchers originating in different fields. While some common terms have emerged, a richer shared vocabulary would provide great benefits for the field. However, it is crucial for new vocabulary to be widely accepted. Consequently, we propose a community effort to develop an IDN ontology, inspired by similar efforts in game ontology.
Author: Haahr, Mads
Other Titles:LNCS 9445: Interactive Storytelling
Type of material:Book Chapter
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Keywords:Narrative Ontologies, Interactive Digital Narrative, Interactive Digital Storytelling, Narrative Analysis, Narrative Categories
Subject (TCD):Creative Arts Practice , Creative Technologies , Digital Engagement , Digital Humanities
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