An Affectively Driven Planner for Synthetic Characters

Ruth Aylett, Joao Dias, Ana Paiva

This paper discusses the requirements of planning for believable synthetic characters and examines the relationship between appraisal and planning as components of an affective agent architecture. It discusses an implementation in the synthetic characters of the FearNot! anti-bullying education demonstrator and how far this provides an adequate mechanism for believable behaviour.

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