Narrative Intelligence

Narrative Intelligence

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Narrative Intelligence (NI) - the confluence of narrative, Artificial Intelligence, and media studies - studies, models, and supports the human use of narrative to understand the world. This volume brings together established work and founding documents in Narrative Intelligence to form a common reference point for NI researchers, providing perspectives from computational linguistics, agent research, psychology, ethology, art, and media theory. It describes artificial agents with narratively structured behavior, agents that take part in stories and tours, systems that automatically generate stories, dramas, and documentaries, and systems that support people telling their own stories. It looks at how people use stories, the features of narrative that play a role in how people understand the world, and how human narrative ability may have evolved. It addresses meta-issues in NI: the history of the field, the stories AI researchers tell about their research, and the effects those stories have on the things they discover. (Series B)show more

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  • Paperback | 348 pages
  • 144.8 x 215.9 x 20.3mm | 521.64g
  • John Benjamins Publishing Co
  • Benjamins (John) North America Inc.,US
  • Netherlands
  • English
  • 1588112748
  • 9781588112743

Table of contents

1. Chapter 1. Narrative Intelligence (by Mateas, Michael); 2. Chapter 2. A brief overview of the Narrative Intelligence Reading Group (by Davis, Marc); 3. Part I: Human Narrative; 4. Chapter 3. The narrative construction of reality (by Bruner, Jerome S.); 5. Chapter 4. Stories of lemurs and robots: The social origin of story-telling (by Dautenhahn, Kerstin); 6. Chapter 5. Vital narratives (by Laurel, Brenda); 7. Chapter 6. We are what we tell: Designing narrative environments for children (by Bers, Marina Umaschi); 8. Part II: Story Generation; 9. Chapter 7. The Dr. K- Project (by Rickman, Brandon); 10. Chapter 8. The Rise and Fall of Black Velvet Flag: An 'intelligent' system for youth culture documentary (by Schiffer, Sheldon); 11. Chapter 9. The recombinant history apparatus presents Terminal Time (by Domike, Steffi); 12. Chapter 10. Experiments with the theatrical Greek chorus as a model for interactions with computational narrative systems (by Strohecker, Carol); 13. Chapter 11. Assumptions underlying the Erasmatron storytelling system (by Crawford, Chris); 14. Chapter 12. Story grammars: Return of a theory (by Lang, R. Raymond); 15. Part III: Agents and Narrative; 16. Chapter 13. Virtual Babyz: Believable agents with narrative intelligence (by Stern, Andrew); 17. Chapter 14. Web guide agents: Narrative context with character (by Isbister, Katherine); 18. Chapter 15. Agneta & Frida: Merging web and narrative? (by Persson, Per); 19. Chapter 16. Schizophrenia and narrative in artificial agents (by Sengers, Phoebe); 20. Part IV: Analyzing the Stories We Tell; 21. Chapter 17. Writing and representation (by Agre, Philip E.); 22. Chapter 18. Stories and social networks (by Sack, Warren); 23. Author index; 24. Subject indexshow more

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