Narrative Theories as Contextual Constraints for Agent Interaction

John F. Meech

This paper presents the view that narrative may be viewed as a framework for situating interaction (or the distribution of knowledge) in a particular context. The process of constructing this context explicates both interaction and knowledge exchange. Narrative techniques can therefore be placed within a framework for providing contextualization in agents to enhance user interactions, and this, in turn, can be used to inform the design of agent interaction and interactive narratives.


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