A Cognitive Approach to Narrative Planning with Believable Characters

Abstract : In this work, we address the question of generating understandable narratives using a cognitive approach. The requirements of cognitive plausibility are presented. Then an abduction-based cognitive model of the human deliberative reasoning ability is presented. We believe that implementing such a procedure in a narrative context to generate plans would increase the chances that the characters will be perceived as believable. Our suggestion is that the use of a deliberative reasoning procedure can be used as a basis of several strategies to generate interesting stories.
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Antoine Saillenfest, Jean-Louis Dessalles. A Cognitive Approach to Narrative Planning with Believable Characters. Mark A. Finlayson and Jan Christoph Meister and Emile G. Bruneau. 2014 Workshop on Computational Models of Narrative, Jul 2014, Québec City, Canada. 41, pp.177-181, 2014, OpenAccess Series in Informatics (OASIcs). 〈10.4230/OASIcs.CMN.2014.177〉. 〈hal-01072224〉

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