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The proposal is based on IMS Learning Design standards and formalized Narratology theories, using a so-called Story Conductor to control the interactive storytelling process."},{"title":"Story Generators: Models and Approaches for the Generation of Literary Artefacts \"Dream on\": Designing the ideal Story Generator Algorithm ACH/ALLC 2005","type":"report","authors":[{"first_name":"Birte","last_name":"Lönneker"},{"first_name":"Jan Christoph","last_name":"Meister"},{"first_name":"Pablo","last_name":"Gervás"},{"first_name":"Federico","last_name":"Peinado"},{"first_name":"Uni","last_name":"Madrid"},{"first_name":"Michael","last_name":"Mateas"},{"first_name":"Jan","last_name":"Christoph"}],"id":"40440cd2-3878-39dd-903c-87c76df80abf","created":"2020-12-20T18:28:22.324Z","accessed":"2020-12-20","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-20T18:28:24.152Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"T his session is concerned with the automated creation of fiction or \"literary artefacts\" that might take the form of prose, poetry or drama. Special focus is placed upon those approaches that include the generation of narrative structures and therefore use some kind of story model. First attempts in automated story generation date back to the 1970s, with the implementation of Meehan's TALE-SPIN (1977) based on the achievement of character plans and Klein's automatic novel writer (1973/1979) that simulates the effects of generated events in the narrative universe. Currently, story generators enjoy a phase of revival, both as stand-alone systems or embedded components. Most of them make reference to an explicit model of narrative, but the approaches used are diverse: they range from story grammars in the generative vein to the conceptually inspired engagement-reflection cycle. Real-life applications include the generation of a set of plot plans for screen writers in a commercial entertainment environment, who could use the automatically created story pool as a source of inspiration, and the generation of new kinds of interactive dramas (video games). The creation process of literary artefacts is of particular relevance to Literary and Humanities Computing. Not only does it provide methods of simulating and modelling narrative processes, but it identifies basic and combinatory elements of story and discourse. The definition of these elements can in turn help scholars involved in the analysis of narrative to produce annotation (mark-up) that might be re-used in the story generation models. Research into Story Generators is by nature an interdisciplinary project and as such constitutes an exemplary case for Humanities Computing efforts that are of a more speculative kind, as opposed to application oriented approaches. While the humanities-and more particularly, narratology-are called upon to clarify and systematize basic concepts and theoretical models of narration, computer scientists and AI researchers try to translate these models into workable system architectures and processes. Accordingly, our session brings together one theoretical and two applied approaches to the generation of literary artefacts. The theoretical paper presents an attempt towards formulating an 'ideal' Story Generator Architecture based on a narratological model of story generation. The applied papers discuss the role of the story model in a stand-alone fairy tale generator (ProtoPropp), and the problem of story management in games, using Façade and other story (drama) management architectures as examples. Meister Deep Bluemay have beaten Kasparov at chess-but whether computers will ever be able to generate well-formed and aesthetically pleasing narratives is still subject to dispute (Bringsjord/Ferrucci; Pérez y Pérez/Sharples). Most AI researchers have come to the conclusion that the generation of natural language narratives that are both domain independent and Turing test compliant is a 'killer application': it defines the outer limit of computational creativity. The current paper reports on our research into Story Generator Algorithms (SGAs), that is, computational systems designed to generate natural language narratives. Though attempts at designing and implementing SGAs date back to the early 1970s they have not received a lot of attention in Humanities Computing (HC) circles. The relevance of these experimental and speculative approaches seemed rather limited in the light of practical HC desiderata such as the definition of markup conventions, document type definitions, and standards for digital resource building, to mention but a few. However, contrary to this pragmatist line of reasoning we would like to argue that SGAs in their abstract models make explicit some of the cardinal assumptions underlying our intuitive human models of narrative, which in turn have filtered down into the practice of humanities computing in whose object domain narratives play a dominant role. Our own research methodology is therefore in part empirical-we aim to survey and classify the types of SGAs developed thus far-and in part theoretical. 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The results are compared with the plots created by a random generator and the authors discuss about how to measure the results."},{"title":"Narrative Models: Narratology Meets Artificial Intelligence","type":"report","authors":[{"first_name":"Pablo","last_name":"Gervás"},{"first_name":"Birte","last_name":"Lönneker-Rodman"},{"first_name":"Jan Christoph","last_name":"Meister"},{"first_name":"Federico","last_name":"Peinado"}],"websites":["http://wordnet.princeton.edu/"],"id":"47c3cc55-9c74-36a7-aa51-a333e4b461e1","created":"2020-12-20T18:28:03.598Z","accessed":"2020-12-20","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-20T18:28:05.332Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"This paper reports on research cooperation on narrative models in the framework of automated Story Generation. Within this framework, narrative models in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Humanities are considered both from the point of view of AI and the point of view of the Humanities. In order to provide other researchers, especially those interested in Computational Literary Analysis, with insights from literary narrative generation, existing Story Generation systems are reviewed and their underlying models of narrative are discussed. The existing gap between narrative models in different disciplines is analysed. We conclude that a methodological combination of description, analysis and generation holds the potential for a mutually beneficial qualitative breakthrough in research on narrative models."},{"title":"Minstrel Reloaded: From the Magic of Lisp to the Formal Semantics of OWL","type":"report","authors":[{"first_name":"Federico","last_name":"Peinado"},{"first_name":"Pablo","last_name":"Gervás"}],"keywords":["Computational Nar-ratology","Semantic Technologies","Story Generation","Story Representation"],"id":"64494688-623f-37d8-912b-f4a6363df7df","created":"2020-12-20T18:27:56.913Z","accessed":"2020-12-20","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-20T18:27:58.443Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"This paper is a review of a story generation system called Minstrel. It uses complex but hand-crafted Lisp knowledge structures to generate short computer-generated stories within the King Arthur domain. The knowledge representation model of Minstrel is reimplemented using a W3C standard language to analyze the pros and cons of technology updates over this kind of classic AI projects."},{"title":"Automatic Customization of Non-Player Characters using Players Temperament","type":"report","authors":[{"first_name":"Hector","last_name":"Gómez-Gauchía"},{"first_name":"Federico","last_name":"Peinado"}],"keywords":["Affective Computing","Interactive Dig-ital Storytelling in Entertainment","Narrative Environments","Player Modeling"],"websites":["http://nwn.bioware.com/"],"id":"79f47a85-3871-3aed-ab04-24c534c4df79","created":"2020-12-20T18:27:49.841Z","accessed":"2020-12-20","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-20T18:27:51.931Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"Believability is a basic requirement for non-player characters of videogames. Players enjoy characters with personalities that reflect human behavior, specially if those personalities combine well with players' temperaments. This paper explains a model for customizing automatically non-player characters (NPC) according to the players temperament, which is obtained before the game session. The model uses Case-Based Reasoning and Ontologies to adapt the behavior of a NPC, which is the companion of a player character in the described example."},{"title":"Ontological Reasoning to Configure Emotional Voice Synthesis","type":"report","authors":[{"first_name":"Virginia","last_name":"Francisco"},{"first_name":"Pablo","last_name":"Gervás"},{"first_name":"Federico","last_name":"Peinado"}],"id":"6c860fb8-aef9-3a1b-b926-9231e24f9613","created":"2020-12-20T18:27:41.883Z","accessed":"2020-12-20","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-20T18:27:43.972Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"The adequate representation of emotions in affective computing is an important problem and the starting point of studies related to emotions. There are different approaches for representing emotions, selecting one of this existing methods depends on the purpose of the application. Another problem related to emotions is the amount of different emotional concepts which makes it very difficult to find the most specific emotion to be expressed in each situation. This paper presents a system that reasons with an ontology of emotions implemented with semantic web technologies. Each emotional concept is defined in terms of a range of values along the three-dimensional space of emotional dimensions. The capabilities for automated classification and establishing taxonomical relations between concepts are used to provide a bridge between an unrestricted input and a restricted set of concepts for which particular rules are provided. The rules applied at the end of the process provide configuration parameters for a system for emotional voice synthesis."},{"title":"Automatic Direction of Interactive Storytelling: Formalizing the Game Master Paradigm","type":"report","authors":[{"first_name":"Federico","last_name":"Peinado"},{"first_name":"Pablo","last_name":"Gervás"}],"id":"ef3e92ef-30d2-3099-a70a-85f1a3377218","created":"2020-12-20T18:27:34.455Z","accessed":"2020-12-20","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-20T18:27:36.417Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"During the fast evolution of automatic direction of Interactive Digital Storytelling many description of similar ideas have appeared in the academic literature. System architectures and workflows are usually presented using informal descriptions and diagrams, what makes difficult to identify what are the real contributions of each publication. In the way of establishing a safe ground for future research on this topic, this paper is a first step towards the formalization of a particular paradigm for developing automatic storytellers. The chosen paradigm is Role-Playing Game Mastering, which computational model is presented using UML."},{"title":"RCEI: An API for Remote Control of Narrative Environments","type":"report","authors":[{"first_name":"Federico","last_name":"Peinado"},{"first_name":"Álvaro","last_name":"Navarro"}],"year":2007,"source":"LNCS","keywords":["Game Based Interfaces","Interactive Digital Storytelling","Virtual Environments and Intelligent Medias"],"pages":"181-186","volume":"4871","id":"72c5deb3-3f2f-367b-a40a-f4276889eccc","created":"2020-12-20T18:27:27.852Z","accessed":"2020-12-20","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-20T18:27:29.938Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"The proposal of this research project is to develop a standard connection mechanism to make narrative environments and the external systems that control them interoperable. Thanks to a new communication interface called RCEI, different knowledge-based storytelling systems will be able to perform interactive drama using different narrative environments that were available. The controller has a reasonable level of granularity, being the only additional requirement the development of valid adapters for both extremes of the connection. Open source implementation of this protocol and language is provided in order to save extra parsing and serializing efforts and make software more interoperable."},{"title":"A Testbed Environment for Interactive Storytellers","type":"book","authors":[{"first_name":"Federico","last_name":"Peinado"},{"first_name":"Álvaro","last_name":"Navarro"},{"first_name":"Pablo","last_name":"Gervás"}],"year":2008,"identifiers":{"isbn":"9789639799134"},"keywords":["C++ and Neverwinter Nights script I21 [Computing Methodologies]: Applications and Expert Systems-Games I34 [Computing Methodologies]: Graphics Utilities-Application packages","D30 [Programming Languages]: Languages Java","Design","Experimentation","Human Factors","Languages Keywords Interactive Digital Storytelling","Narrative Environments and Game Based Interfaces","Standardization","Virtual Reality General Terms Algorithms","Virtual device interfaces I37 [Computing Methodologies]: Three-Dimensional Graphics and Realism-Animation"],"id":"b212be05-50a5-326c-a824-32f3db72f513","created":"2020-12-20T18:27:19.365Z","accessed":"2020-12-20","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-20T18:27:21.558Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"Today there is a number of automatic systems for developing interactive digital storytelling applications. Each one uses its own architecture, data structure and user interface which make practically impossible to create a single universal quantitative metric to compare them. While these differences are intrinsic to the artistic nature of narrative applications, developers of underlying technology could be benefited from some \"evaluation standards\" for these systems' functionality, interoperability and performance. This paper describes a testbed environment that has been designed as an example scenario for testing how different interactive storytelling systems confront a set of \"common challenges\" of this kind of applications. In order to avoid additional programming efforts an adapter that allows the connection of this environment with other systems has been implemented and released as open source."},{"title":"An Intelligent Plot-Centric Interface for Mastering Computer Role-Playing Games","type":"report","authors":[{"first_name":"Carlos","last_name":"León"},{"first_name":"Federico","last_name":"Peinado"},{"first_name":"Alvaro","last_name":"Navarro"},{"first_name":"Héctor","last_name":"Cortiguera"}],"id":"2377eafc-a42c-3dc2-a2a3-f8b390627f12","created":"2020-12-20T18:27:06.459Z","accessed":"2020-12-20","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-20T18:27:08.538Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"Role-Playing Game Mastering is one of the most cited examples of \"ordinary life Interactive Storytelling\" in scientific literature. There are some computer interfaces for game mastering, but most of them are designed as part of the toolkits that are used to control low-level events of specific videogame engines. In this paper a more abstract application has been developed, an intelligent graphic interface that allows human Game Masters to direct stories in virtual environments from a more comfortable and narration-oriented point of view."},{"title":"Revisiting Character-Based Affective Storytelling under a Narrative BDI Framework","type":"report","authors":[{"first_name":"Federico","last_name":"Peinado"},{"first_name":"Marc","last_name":"Cavazza"},{"first_name":"David","last_name":"Pizzi"}],"year":2008,"source":"LNCS","keywords":["Artificial Intelligence","Software Agents","Story Generation"],"pages":"83-88","volume":"5334","id":"59da2400-6a1e-3bd1-a019-bd2db0c781c9","created":"2020-12-20T18:26:58.669Z","accessed":"2020-12-20","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-20T18:27:00.489Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"Belief-Desire-Intention (BDI) is a well-known cognitive theory, especially in the field of Software Agents. Modelling characters using software agents has been proven to be a suitable approach for obtaining emergent and autonomous behaviours in Interactive Storytelling. In this paper it is claimed that an effective extension of previous models to the BDI framework is useful for designing intelligent characters. An example shows how internal thoughts and motivations of Madame Bovary's main characters can be more naturally formalised as a cognitive side of the story. A narrative reformulation of BDI theory is needed to avoid the implicit complexity of other proposals."},{"title":"Juego Emergente: ¿Nuevas formas de contar historias en videojuegos? Emergent Game: New ways for storytelling in videogames?","type":"report","authors":[{"first_name":"Federico","last_name":"Peinado"},{"first_name":"Michael","last_name":"Santorum"}],"keywords":["juego emergente narrativa"],"id":"375d5b06-7948-3576-a021-bf5bf880914a","created":"2020-12-20T18:26:51.748Z","accessed":"2020-12-20","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-20T18:26:53.644Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"Resumen Tras treinta años de desarrollo caracterizados por la escalada en rendimiento del hardware, el mercado de los videojuegos está sufriendo una lenta transformación. Los últimos avances tecnológicos en gráficos están empezando a no ser tan decisivos como las mejoras en inteligencia artificial o las nuevas ideas de diseño. Una vez asumido el boom del mercado de los videojuegos y el crecimiento en el espectro social de jugadores, la industria y la comunidad investigadora de reciente creación se están interesando en un nuevo concepto de juego que pone la potencia actual del hardware al servicio del diseño de experiencias interactivas donde el jugador se sienta aún más involucrado. Con este nuevo concepto de juego emergente da comienzo una etapa importante en cuanto a las propiedades narrativas del videojuego: el devenir de los acontecimientos secundarios puede adaptarse al jugador, aunque la historia principal sigue necesitando del autor humano y no puede ser alterada en sus acontecimientos principales. Aún así, el juego emergente representa un esperanzador avance frente a la rígida estructura narrativa con que contaban hasta hace muy poco los videojuegos. Abstract After thirty years of development focused on maximizing the available hardware, the videogame market is slowly transforming. The latest graphic technological advances are beginning to be less influential than improvements in artificial intelligence and innovative graphic design. Due to the network game boom and the burgeoning player social spectrum, the industry and the newly born videogame research community have a growing interest in these new types of games and the capabilities of new machines are developing new types of games. Whit the new concept of emergent game a new critical phase begins for the narrative properties of the videogame. Secondary events can be adapted to the player, although the main story still needs a human author and can't have major changes in its mainframe. Emergent games becomes a promising advance against the unflexible narrative structure that videogames have been developing until now. 1. Tendencias en videojuegos Los videojuegos tienen una historia relativamente corta. Desde que salió a la venta Pong en 1972 no ha pasado mucho tiempo, pero sí el suficiente para que los niños que empezaron a jugar con aquellos juegos hayan crecido y hayan sufrido cambios en sus gustos. Lamentablemente, y a pesar de una revolución tecnológica sin precedentes, los videojuegos que encontramos hoy día siguen siendo básicamente los mismos: las historias que nos cuentan no han cambiado, las fórmulas narrativas se mantienen simples y en cierta forma triviales. Afortunadamente los diseñadores de juegos también han madurado y buscan nuevas formas de contar historias donde el jugador sea el verdadero protagonista, y su santo grial es el juego emergente. Basándose en estudios previos sobre realidad virtual y narración interactiva, Ruth Aylett plantea el concepto de narrativa emergente en 1999. Este concepto se plantea como solución al dilema interactivo (Berenguer, 1998) que aparece al entrar en conflicto la libertad del jugador y la rigidez del guión escrito por el autor. 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Los guiones predefinidos, la plena libertad de interacción e incluso la simulación de un mundo ficticio y de sus habitantes no son suficientes para crear historias de calidad. Desde finales de los años ochenta, una creciente comunidad científica ha estado desarrollando sistemas inteligentes capaces de dirigir automáticamente todo lo que ocurre en un entorno virtual, para adaptar la historia a los objetivos de la aplicación y a las características particulares de cada uno de los interactores. 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Predefined scripts, plenty of interaction freedom and even the simulation of a fictional world and its inhabitants are not enough to create quality stories. Since late eighties, a growing scientific community has being developing intelligent systems able to direct automatically everything that happens in a virtual environment, in order to adapt the story to the application goals and the particular characteristics of each interactor. 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Through the analysis of the initial state of the two armies and considering the influence of the terrain in StarCraft on the combat effectiveness of both sides, the concept of the terrain correction factor is introduced to establish a mathematical model. Secondly, using SparCraft is to simulate battles and generate data sets. 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In this case, large amounts of information on the available resources must be stored and kept up-to-date along the system so that it can be queried by users to find resources meeting specific requirements (e.g. a given operating system or available memory). Thus, three tasks must be performed, (1) information on resources must be gathered and processed, (2) such processed information has to be disseminated over the system, and (3) upon users' requests, the system must be able to discover resources meeting some requirements using the processed information. This paper presents a new technique for the discovery of resources in grids which can be used in the case of multi-attribute (e.g. {OS = Linux & memory = 4 GB}) and range queries (e.g. {50 GB < disk-space < 100 GB}). This technique relies on the use of content summarisation techniques to perform the first task mentioned before and strives at the main drawback found in proposals from literature using summarization. This drawback is related to scalability, and is tackled by means of using Peer-to-Peer (P2P) techniques, namely Routing Indices (RIs), to perform the second and third tasks. Another contribution of this work is a performance evaluation conducted by means of simulations of the EU DataGRID Testbed which shows the usefulness of this approach compared to other proposals from literature. More specifically, the technique presented in this paper improves on the scalability and produces good performance. Besides, the parameters involved in the summary creation have been tuned and the most suitable values for the presented test case have been found. © 2013 Elsevier B.V. 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Results of an experiment suggest participants felt stronger negative emotions when playing a bloody game with headphones off. When the video game was not bloody, headphones did not affect emotions. In addition, frustration was related to cognitive elaboration whereas fear and anxiety were not. Implications for research exploring discrete emotions, as well as the intersection between auditory and visual features in video games, are discussed."},{"title":"Oh Gosh!! Why is this game so hard? 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The game play is a key element. It is the way in which players interact with a game. In general, this interaction starts easier and becomes more challenge along the game session. Commonly game developers try to make balanced games, but due to the big variety of age, genre and expertise among players, this is not a trivial task and sometimes the game may become too difficult for some users, thus becoming boring. In this article we focus on identifying one aspect in special: the cycles in a game session, which represent a sequence of actions that are played repeatedly by the player in certain parts of the game. These cycles tend to make the game tedious. This way, it is a top priority for game designers to identify cycles. In this article we propose an approach identifies cycles in games using sequential pattern mining algorithms over provenance data collected from the game session. Using the proposed approach, we are able to identify cycles in the game session and we evaluated the feasibility of our proposal with the 2D game “Super Mario World”, a well-known commercial title."},{"title":"A machine learning approach to predict the winner in StarCraft based on influence maps - ScienceDirect","type":"web_page","websites":["https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1875952116300647"],"id":"31fbcbaa-3e03-3ba3-9554-7342dd9a7fe9","created":"2020-12-14T16:15:52.319Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:15:52.319Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"private_publication":false},{"title":"A model of visual organization for the game of GO","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"Albert L.","last_name":"Zobrist"}],"year":1969,"source":"Proceedings of the May 14-16, 1969, spring joint computer conference on XX - AFIPS '69 (Spring)","identifiers":{"doi":"10.1145/1476793.1476819"},"pages":"103","websites":["http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?doid=1476793.1476819"],"publisher":"ACM Press","city":"New York, New York, USA","id":"b7f54c53-cca2-3e7b-8b78-47ed891271e3","created":"2020-12-14T16:15:52.318Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:15:52.318Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"private_publication":false},{"title":"A review of real-time strategy game AI","type":"generic","authors":[{"first_name":"Glen","last_name":"Robertson"},{"first_name":"Ian","last_name":"Watson"}],"year":2014,"source":"AI Magazine","identifiers":{"pui":"601155084","doi":"10.1609/aimag.v35i4.2478","issn":"07384602","sgr":"84920516305","scopus":"2-s2.0-84920516305"},"pages":"75-104","volume":"35","issue":"4","month":12,"publisher":"AI Access Foundation","day":1,"id":"f5e3bca5-3828-3f99-98c7-1da91dd27eca","created":"2020-12-14T16:15:52.318Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:15:58.785Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"private_publication":false,"abstract":"This literature review covers AI techniques used for real-time strategy video games, focusing speciically on StarCraft. It inds that the main areas of current academic research are in tactical and strategic decision making, plan recognition, and learning, and it outlines the research contributions in each of these areas. The paper then contrasts the use of game AI in academe and industry, inding the academic research heavily focused on creating game-winning agents, while the industry aims to maximize player enjoyment. It inds that industry adoption of academic research is low because it is either inapplicable or too time-consuming and risky to implement in a new game, which highlights an area for potential investigation: bridging the gap between academe and industry. Finally, the areas of spatial reasoning, multiscale AI, and cooperation are found to require future work, and standardized evaluation methods are proposed to produce comparable results between studies."},{"title":"RTS AI Problems and Techniques","type":"book_section","authors":[{"first_name":"Santiago","last_name":"Ontañón"},{"first_name":"Gabriel","last_name":"Synnaeve"},{"first_name":"Alberto","last_name":"Uriarte"},{"first_name":"Florian","last_name":"Richoux"},{"first_name":"David","last_name":"Churchill"},{"first_name":"Mike","last_name":"Preuss"}],"year":2015,"source":"Encyclopedia of Computer Graphics and Games","identifiers":{"doi":"10.1007/978-3-319-08234-9_17-1"},"pages":"1-12","publisher":"Springer International Publishing","id":"84ba6e67-289f-3449-8ad7-680cc24de8bc","created":"2020-12-14T16:15:52.318Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:15:54.714Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"private_publication":false,"abstract":"Real-Time Strategy (RTS) games is a sub-genre of strategy games where players need to build an economy (gathering resources and building a base) and military power (training units and researching technologies) in order to defeat their opponents (destroying their army and base). Artificial Intelligence problems related to RTS games deal with the behavior of an artificial player. This consists among others to learn how to play, to have an understanding about the game and its environment, to predict and infer game situations from a context and sparse information"},{"title":"An Analysis of the Effects of Physical Abilities on RTS Game Outcome Using Machine Learning Approach","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"Dae Wook","last_name":"Kim"},{"first_name":"Sungyun","last_name":"Park"},{"first_name":"Seong Il","last_name":"Yang"}],"year":2019,"source":"ICTC 2019 - 10th International Conference on ICT Convergence: ICT Convergence Leading the Autonomous Future","identifiers":{"pui":"630667401","doi":"10.1109/ICTC46691.2019.8939771","sgr":"85078316350","isbn":"9781728108926","scopus":"2-s2.0-85078316350"},"keywords":["game analytics","machine learning","prediction","real-time strategy games","starcraft"],"pages":"929-933","month":10,"publisher":"Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.","day":1,"id":"c98422ce-880b-363a-a8fe-e9461552ac3b","created":"2020-12-14T16:15:52.318Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:15:52.318Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"private_publication":false,"abstract":"Physical ability in games represents how many actions or multitasks a gamer can do or how fast the gamer can react. In this paper, we characterize physical ability features from Starcraft II data. The proposed win prediction model based on machine learning algorithms evaluates how much features affect a game outcome. Even if features are used only related to physical ability, prediction result shows higher accuracy on a small scale than one with score-related features. Finally, we analyze those features and conclude that although matchmaking rating(MMR) plays primary role to lead a game win, actions per minute and others are also crucial factor to win."},{"title":"A review of computational intelligence in RTS games","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"Raul","last_name":"Lara-Cabrera"},{"first_name":"Carlos","last_name":"Cotta"},{"first_name":"Antonio J.","last_name":"Fernandez-Leiva"}],"year":2013,"source":"Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE Symposium on Foundations of Computational Intelligence, FOCI 2013 - 2013 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence, SSCI 2013","identifiers":{"pui":"369985891","doi":"10.1109/FOCI.2013.6602463","sgr":"84885211254","isbn":"9781467359016","scopus":"2-s2.0-84885211254"},"keywords":["Computational intelligence","real-time strategy games","review"],"pages":"114-121","id":"b0c00cd8-5b5f-37af-ac85-72826a7065cb","created":"2020-12-14T16:15:52.317Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:15:52.317Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"private_publication":false,"abstract":"Real-time strategy games offer a wide variety of fundamental AI research challenges. Most of these challenges have applications outside the game domain. This paper provides a review on computational intelligence in real-time strategy games (RTS). It starts with challenges in real-time strategy games, then it reviews different tasks to overcome this challenges. Later, it describes the techniques used to solve this challenges and it makes a relationship between techniques and tasks. Finally, it presents a set of different frameworks used as test-beds for the techniques employed. This paper is intended to be a starting point for future researchers on this topic. © 2013 IEEE."},{"title":"A data mining approach to strategy prediction","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"Ben G.","last_name":"Weber"},{"first_name":"Michael","last_name":"Mateas"}],"year":2009,"source":"CIG2009 - 2009 IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Games","identifiers":{"pui":"355756482","doi":"10.1109/CIG.2009.5286483","sgr":"71549143175","isbn":"9781424448159","scopus":"2-s2.0-71549143175"},"pages":"140-147","id":"32548f03-7b00-3096-b94a-9bbdcf48042d","created":"2020-12-14T16:15:52.315Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:15:52.315Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"private_publication":false,"abstract":"We present a data mining approach to opponent modeling in strategy games. Expert gameplay is learned by applying machine learning techniques to large collections of game logs. This approach enables domain independent algorithms to acquire domain knowledge and perform opponent modeling. Machine learning algorithms are applied to the task of detecting an opponent's strategy before it is executed and predicting when an opponent will perform strategic actions. Our approach involves encoding game logs as a feature vector representation, where each feature describes when a unit or building type is first produced. We compare our representation to a state lattice representation in perfect and imperfect information environments and the results show that our representation has higher predictive capabilities and is more tolerant of noise. We also discuss how to incorporate our data mining approach into a full game playing agent. ©2009 IEEE."},{"title":"Optimal weighted nearest neighbour classifiers","type":"journal","authors":[{"first_name":"Richard J.","last_name":"Samworth"}],"year":2012,"source":"Annals of Statistics","identifiers":{"arxiv":"1101.5783","pui":"368272803","doi":"10.1214/12-AOS1049","issn":"00905364","sgr":"84873393113","scopus":"2-s2.0-84873393113"},"keywords":["Bagging","Classification","Nearest neighbours","Weighted nearest neighbour classifiers"],"pages":"2733-2763","volume":"40","issue":"5","month":10,"id":"37863e15-e2a1-3358-9cf0-cd31aa829abd","created":"2020-12-14T16:15:52.315Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:15:52.315Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"private_publication":false,"abstract":"We derive an asymptotic expansion for the excess risk (regret) of a weighted nearest-neighbour classifier. This allows us to find the asymptotically optimal vector of nonnegative weights, which has a rather simple form. We show that the ratio of the regret of this classifier to that of an unweighted k-nearest neighbour classifier depends asymptotically only on the dimension d of the feature vectors, and not on the underlying populations. The improvement is greatest when d = 4, but thereafter decreases as d → ∞. The popular bagged nearest neighbour classifier can also be regarded as a weighted nearest neighbour classifier, and we show that its corresponding weights are somewhat suboptimal when d is small (in particular, worse than those of the unweighted k-nearest neighbour classifier when d = 1), but are close to optimal when d is large. Finally, we argue that improvements in the rate of convergence are possible under stronger smoothness assumptions, provided we allow negative weights. Our findings are supported by an empirical performance comparison on both simulated and real data sets. © Institute of Mathematical Statistics, 2012."},{"title":"Intelligent moving of groups in real-time strategy games","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"Holger","last_name":"Danielsiek"},{"first_name":"Raphael","last_name":"Sẗuer"},{"first_name":"Andreas","last_name":"Thom"},{"first_name":"Nicola","last_name":"Beume"},{"first_name":"Boris","last_name":"Naujoks"},{"first_name":"Mike","last_name":"Preuss"}],"year":2008,"source":"2008 IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Games, CIG 2008","identifiers":{"pui":"355298775","doi":"10.1109/CIG.2008.5035623","sgr":"70349274224","isbn":"9781424429745","scopus":"2-s2.0-70349274224"},"pages":"71-78","id":"b88560f9-1b37-3443-a9ea-2fe6164f06bf","created":"2020-12-14T16:15:52.314Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:15:52.314Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"private_publication":false,"abstract":"This paper investigates the intelligent moving and path-finding of groups in real-time strategy (RTS) games exemplified by the open source game Glest. We utilize the technique of Flocking for achieving a smooth and natural movement of a group of units and expect grouping to decrease the amount of unit losses in RTS games. Furthermore, we present a setting in which Flocking will improve the game progress. But we also demonstrate a situation where Flocking fails. To prevent these annoying situations, we combined Flocking with Influence Maps (IM) to find safe paths for the flock in real time. This combination turns out to be an excellent alternative to normal movement in Glest and most likely in other RTS games. ©2008 IEEE."},{"title":"THE USE OF MULTIPLE MEASUREMENTS IN TAXONOMIC PROBLEMS","type":"journal","authors":[{"first_name":"R. 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Martin, who has applied the principle to the sex differences in measurements of the mandible, and (b) by Miss Mildred Barnard, who showed how to obtain from a series of dated series the particular compound of cranial measurements showing most distinctly a progressive or secular trend. In the present paper the application of the same principle will be illustrated on a taxonomic problem; some questions connected with the precision of the processes employed will also be discussed."},{"title":"Support-vector networks","type":"journal","authors":[{"first_name":"Corinna","last_name":"Cortes"},{"first_name":"Vladimir","last_name":"Vapnik"}],"year":1995,"source":"Machine Learning","identifiers":{"doi":"10.1007/bf00994018","issn":"0885-6125"},"pages":"273-297","volume":"20","issue":"3","month":9,"publisher":"Springer Science and Business Media LLC","id":"a59244ea-df29-39c5-aba8-9f7fef49f11e","created":"2020-12-14T16:15:52.307Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:15:55.439Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"private_publication":false,"abstract":"In this paper, the optimal margin algorithm is generalized\\nto non-separable problems by the introduction of slack\\nvariables in the statement of the optimization problem."},{"title":"An introduction to kernel and nearest-neighbor nonparametric regression","type":"journal","authors":[{"first_name":"N. S.","last_name":"Altman"}],"year":1992,"source":"American Statistician","identifiers":{"pui":"449304984","doi":"10.1080/00031305.1992.10475879","issn":"15372731","sgr":"0000581356","scopus":"2-s2.0-0000581356"},"keywords":["Confidence intervals","Local linear regression","Model building","Model checking","Smoothing"],"pages":"175-185","volume":"46","issue":"3","id":"c2eb5633-2d49-3401-a801-77af49969036","created":"2020-12-14T16:15:52.307Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:15:52.307Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"private_publication":false,"abstract":"Nonparametric regression is a set of techniques for estimating a regression curve without making strong assumptions about the shape of the true regression function. These techniques are therefore useful for building and checking parametric models, as well as for data description. Kernel and nearest-neighbor regression estimators are local versions of univariate location estimators, and so they can readily be introduced to beginning students and consulting clients who are familiar with such summaries as the sample mean and median. © 1992 American Statistical Association."},{"title":"A machine learning approach to predict the winner in StarCraft based on influence maps","type":"journal","authors":[{"first_name":"Antonio A.","last_name":"Sánchez-Ruiz"},{"first_name":"Maximiliano","last_name":"Miranda"}],"year":2017,"source":"Entertainment Computing","identifiers":{"pui":"613558783","doi":"10.1016/j.entcom.2016.11.005","issn":"18759521","sgr":"85002728568","scopus":"2-s2.0-85002728568","pii":"S1875952116300647"},"keywords":["Influence maps","Machine learning","Prediction","Real-Time Strategy Games","StarCraft"],"pages":"29-41","volume":"19","month":3,"publisher":"Elsevier B.V.","day":1,"id":"c87932fb-2452-3d69-8d9f-3556ed09a4e4","created":"2020-12-14T16:15:20.441Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:15:25.577Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"Real-Time Strategy games are very popular test beds for Artificial Intelligence (AI) researchers because they provide complex and controlled environments on which to test different AI techniques. In this paper we play the role of an external observer that tries to predict who is going to win from the events occurring during the game. In order to predict the outcome of the game, we model the game states using influence maps. Influence maps are numerical matrices representing the influence of each player's army in the map, and they are useful for different types of spatial reasoning. We test different machine learning techniques on two different datasets of StarCraft games. The first dataset contains 4-player games in which the players are controlled by the internal game AI. The second dataset contains 2-player human games from specialized websites. We analyze the similarities and differences between both datasets and the performance of each algorithm. Finally, we perform a small experiment with expert players and conclude that our system reaches a level of precision similar to the human judges, although human judges base their predictions on a much more complex and abstract set of game features."},{"title":"Diseño y desarrollo de personajes con presencia social en videojuegos de realidad virtual","type":"thesis","authors":[{"first_name":"Adriana del","last_name":"Castillo Espejo-Saavedra"},{"first_name":"Raúl","last_name":"Serrano Gómez"},{"first_name":"Adriana del","last_name":"Castillo Espejo-Saavedra"},{"first_name":"Raúl","last_name":"Serrano Gómez"}],"year":2020,"keywords":["Informática"],"id":"ae81244a-0579-3b5e-88d5-8460d91db4c9","created":"2020-12-14T16:13:39.803Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-15T10:36:51.439Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"El año 2016 supuso la reaparición de una ola de productos de Realidad Virtual a la que se unirían grandes empresas como Facebook, Sony o HTC y que pondría énfasis en las aplicaciones para la industria del entretenimiento. Desde entonces se suceden los avances tecnológicos, de accesibilidad y de jugabilidad que tratan de ser explotados en el mundo del videojuego comercial.\nLas nuevas tecnologías permiten hoy alcanzar un nivel de inmersión aún mayor que el de los videojuegos convencionales. Para aprovecharlo, debemos mantener la sensación de presencia durante toda la experiencia. En particular, algo que el jugador desea es poder interactuar con los personajes del juego, que sean percibidos como entes inteligentes, atentos y reactivos antes nuestras acciones y nuestra presencia, lo cual es raro de encontrar en los videojuegos actuales. Para crear este tipo de personajes es clave el uso de técnicas de Inteligencia Artificial.\nEl objetivo de este proyecto es construir una herramienta para Unity que facilite el diseño y desarrollo de personajes sociales mediante la definición de un conjunto de eventos básicos ante los que el personaje debe ser capaz de dar respuesta, y permitiendo su extensibilidad a todo tipo de comportamientos específicos de un título concreto.\nEl análisis y diseño de los objetivos propuestos concluyó en el paquete de tareas y comportamientos para personajes no jugables denominado Social Presence VR. Además, su eficacia ha sido comprobada mediante test A/B con usuarios. 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Algunos géneros tradicionales, como los juegos de plataformas o los de disparos en primera persona, cuentan con entornos de desarrollo específicos y muy potentes, que permiten prototipar ideas en cuestión de horas. Sin embargo, otros géneros de mayor variabilidad, como el de los juegos de rol, no cuentan con herramientas tan maduras y estables dentro de los motores de videojuegos de última generación.\nCon el objetivo de ayudar a estos creadores independientes que desean desarrollar videojuegos de este género, se ha extendido una herramienta preexistente llamada IsoUnity, pensada para crear escenarios isométricos compuestos por bloques. Este proyecto amplía su funcionalidad, tanto a nivel de código como de herramientas de edición, para que se puedan crear con facilidad juegos de rol táctico con movimiento, combate por turnos y vista en perspectiva isométrica, al estilo de clásicos como Final Fantasy Tactics.\nCon el objetivo de ofrecer a los usuarios una herramienta actual y versátil, se han estudiado y analizado un conjunto representativo de juegos del sector y en base a ese estudio se ha desarrollado el proyecto tratando de incorporar la mayoría de elementos comunes a todos, siguiendo una metodología clásica de análisis, diseño, implementación y prueba que ha dado lugar a un prototipo plenamente funcional que ilustra las posibilidades de esta herramienta. Actualmente el prototipo está en su primera versión (v 1.0), pero se estudia y ofrece la continua mejora de éste.\nEste prototipo en su primera versión oficial ofrece las características más destacadas del conjunto de juegos estudiados haciendo hincapié en el sistema de turnos, la creación de personajes y habilidades y el movimiento de personajes basado en celdas desarrollado en IsoUnity."},{"title":"Desarrollo de una herramienta de creación de videojuegos de rol táctico para escenarios isométricos compuestos por bloques - E-Prints Complutense","type":"web_page","websites":["https://eprints.ucm.es/45231/"],"id":"86a4291b-fa5a-3d8c-904d-382f2e16139b","created":"2020-12-14T16:13:31.131Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:13:31.341Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false},{"title":"Creación de videojuegos de rol táctico mediante herramientas de desarrollo para el usuario final","type":"journal","authors":[{"first_name":"José Javier","last_name":"Cortés Tejada"},{"first_name":"José Javier","last_name":"Cortés Tejada"}],"year":2020,"keywords":["Informática"],"id":"22fcdf2e-6818-3d2b-ae2b-72310be6dd63","created":"2020-12-14T16:13:19.089Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:13:19.268Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"La industria del videojuego ha crecido exponencialmente en los últimos años. Como consecuencia de esta evolución, los entornos de desarrollo se han convertido en herramientas cada vez más complejas centradas en las características comunes de los videojuegos comerciales modernos.\nEste fenómeno ha propiciado la aparición de herramientas que no requieren conocimientos técnicos para que los usuarios las usen, haciendo el desarrollo de videojuegos accesible a todo el mundo. Debido al alto interés en este tipo de software hemos decidido desarrollar TRPG Maker, una herramienta intuitiva y autocontenida enfocada en el desarrollo de un género concreto de videojuegos para el usuario final.\nEl diseño de esta aplicación se centra en facilitar la creación de videojuegos de rol táctico a aquellos usuarios sin conocimientos de programación o sin interés en la parte técnica del desarrollo de videojuegos.\nJunto con el desarrollo de la herramienta hemos llevado a cabo un proceso de diseño y desarrollo basándonos en los principios de desarrollo para el usuario final y hemos realizado una primera validación experimental con usuarios reales para determinar el grado de utilidad y comodidad del prototipo, así como para detectar fallos y descubrir posibles mejoras para esta herramienta. Por último, la realimentación obtenida ha sido usado para crear una versión del producto más completa, comparable en rasgos generales con herramientas similares que encontramos en el mercado, se ha publicado y puesto a disposición de la comunidad para su uso gratuito."},{"title":"Creación de videojuegos de rol táctico mediante herramientas de desarrollo para el usuario final Creation of Tactical Role-Playing Games using Tools for End-User Development - E-Prints Complutense","type":"web_page","websites":["https://eprints.ucm.es/62463/"],"id":"3be79ee4-0a43-32b0-b3ed-c12bdaa0318c","created":"2020-12-14T16:13:19.062Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:13:19.243Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false},{"title":"Desarrollo de una aplicación para analizar y evaluar el comportamiento de oradores en realidad virtual","type":"journal","authors":[{"first_name":"Jorge","last_name":"Algaba Aranda"},{"first_name":"Manuel","last_name":"Hernández Nájera-Alesón"},{"first_name":"Jorge","last_name":"Algaba Aranda"},{"first_name":"Manuel","last_name":"Hernández Nájera-Alesón"}],"year":2019,"keywords":["Informática"],"id":"f4573d41-6d39-3520-a5ac-d1b253832b27","created":"2020-12-14T16:12:59.431Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:12:59.697Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"La comunicación es una de las capacidades fundamentales del ser humano, importante en prácticamente cualquier faceta de nuestra vida personal y laboral. Si queremos convencer a otros de nuestras ideas o venderles un producto o servicio, no sólo es importante el contenido del mensaje sino también el modo en que este se transmite. Para entrenar habilidades sociales como esta disponemos hoy día de una tecnología que nos permite simular situaciones reales como nunca antes ha sido posible. Esta tecnología son los nuevos dispositivos y aplicaciones de Realidad Virtual.\nEl objetivo de este trabajo es simular mediante dicha tecnología la presentación oral de un discurso breve ante el público. El sistema a desarrollar no sólo deberá realizar esta simulación sino que deberá analizar y evaluar de manera cuantitativa la confianza y capacidad de hablar en público que tiene el usuario, validando estos resultados mediante comparación con los del test estandarizado Personal Report of Confidence as a Speaker (PRCS).\nUtilizando Unity, Python y otras herramientas, hemos desarrollado esta aplicación de simulación, estudio y medición de datos en Realidad Virtual. Concretamente hemos reproducido una sala de reuniones donde se sitúa el jugador, en el papel de un desarrollador independiente de videojuegos, frente a tres personajes que representan editores de la industria del videojuego, y teniendo que dar un discurso breve (o pitch) para convencerles de que financien su próximo proyecto.\nDurante un breve lapso de tiempo (1 minuto), y gracias al casco y los controladores manuales de Realidad Virtual, se miden algunas características del discurso que ejecuta el usuario: sonoridad, emociones presentes en su tono de voz, movimiento de las manos y tiempo de contacto visual entre el usuario y su público.\nLos experimentos realizados para validar el sistema comienzan siempre con una introducción al entorno virtual, a lo que sigue la realización del discurso libre y que finaliza con la contestación del usuario a las preguntas del test PRCS.\nApoyándonos en las medidas obtenidas de un reducido conjunto de usuarios, hemos diseñado una primera fórmula que trata de predecir de manera heurística el resultado que va a obtener un usuario en el PRCS en base a los resultados obtenidos en la simulación.\nComo conclusión, creemos que este ejercicio de desarrollo, obtención de datos, análisis y representación visual e interpretación de los mismos, puede ser de utilidad para futuras investigaciones tanto en el campo de la Realidad Virtual como en el entrenamiento de habilidades como la comunicación oral."},{"title":"Desarrollo de una aplicación para analizar y evaluar el comportamiento de oradores en realidad virtual - E-Prints Complutense","type":"web_page","websites":["https://eprints.ucm.es/56666/"],"id":"c83a001a-1ba8-3049-b68f-c067871921c5","created":"2020-12-14T16:12:59.407Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:12:59.668Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false},{"title":"Diseño de una Arquitectura de Sistemas Multiagente para Videojuegos basada en el modelo de Creencias, Deseos e Intenciones en Unity","type":"journal","authors":[{"first_name":"Jaime María","last_name":"Bas Domínguez"},{"first_name":"Álvaro","last_name":"Cuevas Álvarez"},{"first_name":"Alejandro","last_name":"García Montero"},{"first_name":"Juan","last_name":"Gómez-Martinho González"},{"first_name":"Irene","last_name":"González Velasco"},{"first_name":"Jaime María","last_name":"Bas Domínguez"},{"first_name":"Álvaro","last_name":"Cuevas Álvarez"},{"first_name":"Alejandro","last_name":"García Montero"},{"first_name":"Juan","last_name":"Gómez-Martinho González"},{"first_name":"Irene","last_name":"González Velasco"}],"year":2019,"keywords":["Informática"],"id":"6c44e917-2f40-3e83-8d3f-a39a74c4bcef","created":"2020-12-14T16:12:49.960Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:12:50.159Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"Si bien existen multitud de aproximaciones técnicas para desarrollar Inteligencia Artificial, la simulación de personajes con comportamiento realista sigue siendo un gran reto para los desarrolladores de videojuegos, sobre todo si se quieren evitar inabarcables máquinas de estados o árboles de comportamiento.\nDesde el punto de vista del diseñador, sería más sencillo olvidarse de predecir y programar todas las situaciones posibles y diseñar en torno a tres aspectos fundamentales de cada personaje: qué es lo que cree sobre su entorno, qué metas desea alcanzar y cuáles son sus intenciones más inmediatas, representadas en forma de planes de actuación. Trabajar bajo este paradigma podría dar lugar a videojuegos dotados de una narrativa emergente con gran potencial.\nBasándonos en dos Trabajos de Fin de Grado anteriores, tomamos como referencia para este proyecto a Jason, el intérprete más popular para implementar sistemas multiagente basados en el modelo de Creencias, Deseos e Intenciones (BDI) implementado en Java y apoyado en el lenguaje declarativo AgentSpeak. Hasta ahora, lo máximo que han logrado otros proyectos es usar Jason como un servidor externo de razonamiento para los agentes, pero esto sigue suponiendo muchos problemas para el programador, como son los tediosos protocolos de comunicación vía sockets, o el manejo, ejecución y depuración de varios entornos de desarrollo simultáneos.\nEl objetivo de nuestro proyecto es agilizar todo el trabajo del programador, permitiendo a la vez diseñar personajes más “humanos” con menor esfuerzo, buscando generar experiencias interactivas más ricas e interesantes. Para ello este trabajo pretende llevar las ideas de Jason a un sistema interno al propio videojuego, con una arquitectura BDI implementada en C# e integrada dentro del entorno de desarrollo de Unity.\nSe ha llevado a cabo el análisis y la reingeniería de Jason, así como el posterior diseño e implementación de “Jasonity”, un sistema multiagente BDI para Unity inspirado en Jason, comprobando mediante pruebas de integridad que el planteamiento es viable como propuesta para programar agentes sencillos, útiles para dar soporte al comportamiento de personajes de videojuegos y de uso más fácil y natural para el programador."},{"title":"Diseño de una Arquitectura de Sistemas Multiagente para Videojuegos basada en el modelo de Creencias, Deseos e Intenciones en Unity - E-Prints Complutense","type":"web_page","websites":["https://eprints.ucm.es/56541/"],"id":"7f80d996-5bbb-35c8-8207-19f125c1bfd1","created":"2020-12-14T16:12:49.891Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:12:50.096Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false},{"title":"Desarrollo de una plataforma para creación e investigación en videojuegos multijugador de deducción","type":"journal","authors":[{"first_name":"Víctor","last_name":"García Rodríguez"},{"first_name":"Jesús","last_name":"Menéndez Montejo"},{"first_name":"Víctor","last_name":"García Rodríguez"},{"first_name":"Jesús","last_name":"Menéndez Montejo"}],"year":2018,"keywords":["Informática"],"id":"9886cd28-0872-3031-b0c0-416417f580b9","created":"2020-12-14T16:12:38.167Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:12:38.321Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"Crear juegos es a menudo un trabajo complejo que requiere capacidad de abstracción, análisis y meticulosidad. Hoy día el diseño de juegos es una disciplina académica que se imparte y se investiga en universidades de todo el mundo. En el caso concreto de los videojuegos multijugador de deducción, este trabajo se convierte en todo un desafío.\nEste proyecto trata de simplificar la creación e investigación en este tipo de videojuegos proponiendo una herramienta de asistencia para los diseñadores profesionales y para los académicos, que incluso permitirá conectar bots, también llamados jugadores virtuales, en un futuro a través de su API.\nEl objetivo principal es el desarrollo de esta plataforma informática en Unity, DeductionLab, que deberá ser altamente configurable. Como parte de los objetivos está también la creación de un juego de ejemplo, llamado MiceMaze, que ilustra la capacidad de la plataforma para realizar experimentos de forma cómoda y rápida.\nEn el trabajo se estudia el mercado de los juegos, digitales o no, pertenecientes al género de los detectives, la lógica y la deducción. Para el desarrollo del software se utiliza una metodología ágil inspirada en Scrum, con reuniones de seguimiento de todo el equipo cada dos semanas, así como unas herramientas adecuadas tanto para implementar como para gestionar el proyecto.\nComo validación se realizan dos sesiones de prueba con usuarios reales. Esta realimentación permite corregir el enfoque del trabajo y sobre todo mejorar el funcionamiento de la herramienta. El curso académico se ha dividido en tres grandes hitos en los que presentar el trabajo realizado y dejar que sea discutido y evaluado por los miembros del equipo.\nComo conclusión se ha obtenido una primera versión estable de esta plataforma, gratuita y de código libre, que ayudará a todo aquel interesado en explorar el videojuegos multijugador de deducción."},{"title":"Desarrollo de una plataforma para creación e investigación en videojuegos multijugador de deducción - E-Prints Complutense","type":"web_page","websites":["https://eprints.ucm.es/48849/"],"id":"ec8a2c0d-a877-36fc-a736-6a7db1f58bcd","created":"2020-12-14T16:12:38.146Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:12:38.332Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false},{"title":"Desarrollo de un Sistema Multiagente basado en creencias, deseos e intenciones para modelar personajes autónomos en videojuegos utilizando Jason y Unity","type":"journal","authors":[{"first_name":"Sergio","last_name":"González Jiménez"},{"first_name":"Sergio","last_name":"González Jiménez"}],"year":2018,"keywords":["Informática"],"id":"368d588e-a72b-3f30-8524-5fe66bd640de","created":"2020-12-14T16:11:30.254Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:11:30.420Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"Los videojuegos siempre han querido incorporar personajes autónomos como parte de sus mundos de ficción. El problema de la IA en personajes de videojuego no es tanto el ser avanzada sino que requiere credibilidad, y ser suficientemente expresiva como para que el jugador “entienda” lo que hace el personaje. Un modelo interesante de IA es el que considera lo que el personaje cree saber sobre el mundo, los deseos que tiene y las intenciones que es capaz de desarrollar para satisfacerlos en forma de planes.\nUsar técnicas simbólicas de IA y herramientas pensadas para la depuración de sistemas multiagente con este tipo de arquitecturas puede ayudar a desarrollar y convencer a la industria de que es posible tener personajes inteligentes y capaces de “explicar” sus comportamientos.\nCon el fin de explorar nuevas tecnologías para crear personajes en videojuegos, se propone utilizar el modelo de Creencias-Deseos-Intenciones y una combinación de plataformas (Unity como entorno de desarrollo de videojuegos, y Jason como plataformas para desarrollar y depurar sistemas multiagente BDI) para conseguir personajes inteligentes.\nSe propone para ello un conector UniJason, basado en otro TFG (Sánchez-López, Romero, y Martín-Solís, 2016), con un protocolo mejor definido de mensajes que se intercambian de manera bidireccional, y un diseño genérico aplicable a cualquier tipo de videojuego.\nPara probar este sistema se ha desarrollado un videojuego, Miners of the Broken Planet (en homenaje a la superproducción española de Mercurysteam, Raiders of the Broken Planet). En éste, el jugador puede manejar a distintos personajes, cada uno con un rol, tareas y personalidad diferentes.\nLas pruebas con usuarios reales realizadas confirman que el conector funciona, y que el juego también es comprensible para las personas que lo juegan."},{"title":"Desarrollo de un Sistema Multiagente basado en creencias, deseos e intenciones para modelar personajes autónomos en videojuegos utilizando Jason y Unity - E-Prints Complutense","type":"web_page","websites":["https://eprints.ucm.es/48883/"],"id":"f47764e9-10a7-3968-b663-da52ae4087ed","created":"2020-12-14T16:11:30.251Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:11:30.419Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false},{"title":"Planificación automática para el comportamiento de personajes de videojuegos como extensión de Unreal Engine","type":"journal","authors":[{"first_name":"Diego","last_name":"Romero-Hombrebueno Santos"},{"first_name":"Mario","last_name":"Sánchez Blanco"},{"first_name":"José Manuel","last_name":"Sierra Ramos"},{"first_name":"Diego","last_name":"Romero-Hombrebueno Santos"},{"first_name":"Mario","last_name":"Sánchez Blanco"},{"first_name":"José Manuel","last_name":"Sierra Ramos"}],"year":2020,"keywords":["Informática"],"id":"f10826c5-3b49-3222-bc2d-c21952019aec","created":"2020-12-14T16:11:19.195Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:11:19.461Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"La inteligencia artificial es uno de los pilares fundamentales sobre los que se ha asentado la industria de los videojuegos. Por este motivo, gran parte de los recursos empleados en el desarrollo de un videojuego son destinados al ámbito relacionado con la simulación de inteligencia y, especialmente, a mejorar el comportamiento de los personajes no jugadores. \nSin embargo, no todos los estudios disponen de los mismos medios para hacer frente a los costes asociados al desarrollo de inteligencia artificial. Esto provoca que las pequeñas compañías o desarrolladores independientes tengan que recurrir en muchas ocasiones a obtener recursos a través de tiendas de contenidos. El problema surge con la falta de recursos de calidad relacionados con inteligencia artificial en dichas tiendas. \nPara solucionar este problema, hemos creado una herramienta para Unreal Engine que permite llevar a cabo la planificación automática, bajo una arquitectura GOAP, del comportamiento en personajes no jugadores de una manera sencilla. Esta herramienta ha sido desarrollada como code plugin, lo que permite que sea incluida fácilmente en cualquier proyecto, y se ha publicado en la tienda de recursos de Unreal Engine, para hacerla más accesible a cualquier desarrollador."},{"title":"Planificación automática para el comportamiento de personajes de videojuegos como extensión de Unreal Engine Automatic planning for video game characters behavior as Unreal Engine plugin - E-Prints Complutense","type":"web_page","websites":["https://eprints.ucm.es/61720/"],"id":"6a8c432a-8cc5-3e05-9459-5130f34dc177","created":"2020-12-14T16:11:19.129Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:11:19.490Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false},{"title":"Development of a User-Friendly Application for Creating Tactical Role-Playing Games","type":"report","authors":[{"first_name":"José Javier","last_name":"Cortés"},{"first_name":"Federico","last_name":"Peinado"}],"year":2020,"keywords":["Centered","Design ·","Engineering ·","Entertainment","Game","Interactive","Maker ·","Software","Tools ·","User","Video"],"websites":["www.narratech.com"],"id":"087b4dfa-e9d9-3b9e-adf6-95236b8933f6","created":"2020-12-14T16:11:04.718Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:11:07.469Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"Video Game Industry has grown exponentially in the last years. As a consecuence of this evolution, development environments have become more complex toolkits focused on the many features that are common in modern video games. This phenomenon has allowed the emergence of tools that non-technical users can use, making video game development accessible to virtually everyone. Due to the high interest on this type of tools we have decided to develop TRPG Maker, an intuitive and self-contained tool focused on the development of tactical role-playing games for non-technical users without interest on develop-ment's technical details. Along with the development of the tool we have carried out a first experimental validation with real users to determine the degree of usefulness and comfort of the tool, as well as to detect failures and discover possible improvements. 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In this article, we propose studying the player's body and hand expression, not only to recognize obvious interaction patterns but poses that, even without conscience, transmit information about the basic emotions of such player. That way, each time it is played, the result is altered without a conscious effort, the experience of interactive narrative resulting of computing generation depends on the input signals, which adds a layer of depth and enriches system decision making and conversation with non-player characters, for example. Our proposal is based on a system that relies on a system with a neu-ral network which can recognize poses, according to the specialists, associated to basic human mood. After a simple calibration and a reasonable training, this system can be used, without the need of additional accessories, with the main Virtual Reality devices existing today. 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For this reason, there are tools used in the production of a video game specifically designed for the simulation of intelligence, in order to improve the behavior of non-player characters. However, only few companies have enough resources for dealing with innovation in the field of artificial intelligence. This causes that small companies or independent developers often have to rely on well-known techniques that are available by default in game engines or asset stores. Unfortunately, there is a lack of quality resources related to classic techniques of artificial intelligence. To solve this problem, we have develop a tool for Unreal Engine that allows automated planning for non-player characters in a simple way, using a Goal-Oriented Action Planning architecture. This tool has been developed as a code plugin, allowing it to be easily included in any project, and it has been published as a free asset, to make it more accessible to researchers and developers."},{"title":"(No Title)","type":"web_page","websites":["http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2719/paper7.pdf"],"id":"a16f2e9d-0b15-389a-ab34-df350912610d","created":"2020-12-14T16:10:32.772Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:10:32.922Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false},{"title":"Who Trains the Trainers? 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That is why in recent years, the International Civil Aviation Organization has been promoting a new training paradigm that integrates all kinds of skills in crew performance, both technical and non-technical. The training in each session is specific to the training needs of each pilot, all based on the data obtained in both real operations and training. This alternative paradigm is called Evidence-Based Training. In this training paradigm, pilots are subjected to situations specifically designed to test and improve their specific skills. The design of these scenarios is not trivial and is highly dependant on the ability of the flight instructor, who does usually not have much time to generate new and adapted material for each pilot. In this paper we propose the design of a Flight Instructors Simulator that could assist in the training and assessment of these professionals, assuming the mentioned terms."},{"title":"(No Title)","type":"web_page","websites":["http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2719/paper21.pdf"],"id":"ba42c22b-8dfc-3f21-8fdd-d0e6eff23cb5","created":"2020-12-14T16:10:07.480Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:10:07.651Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false},{"title":"Pac-Man or Pac-Bot? 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In the exploration on Machine Learning techniques for training virtual players (i.e. computer bots) to imitate the conduct of real (human) players, we are using the classic arcade game Ms. Pac-Man as testbed. Our research goal is to find the key features that identify human playing style in this controlled environment, so we have performed an experiment with 18 human judges on how they characterise the human likeness (or absence of it) hidden behind the movements of the player's avatar. 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As part of our exploration of approaches that perform well both in terms of the instrumental similarity measure and the phenomeno-logical evaluation by human spectators, we are developing virtual players using Neuroevolution. This is a form of Machine Learning that employs Evolutionary Algorithms to train Artificial Neural Networks by considering the weights of these networks as chromosomes for the application of genetic algorithms. Results strongly depend on the fitness function that is used, which tries to characterise the human-likeness of a machine-controlled player. Designing this function is complex and it must be implemented for specific games. In this work we use the classic game Ms. Pac-Man as an scenario for comparing two different methodologies. The first one uses raw data extracted directly from human traces, i.e. the set of movements executed by a real player and their corresponding time stamps. The second methodology adds more elaborated game-level parameters as the final score, the average distance to the closest ghost, and the number of changes in the player's route. We assess the importance of these features for imitating human-like play, aiming to obtain findings that would be useful for many other games."},{"title":"(No Title)","type":"web_page","websites":["http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1682/CoSeCiVi16_paper_12.pdf"],"id":"4b0bdbe6-4a16-3dab-94fd-d1e8857b44b0","created":"2020-12-14T16:08:24.661Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:08:24.850Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false},{"title":"Hacia una herramienta metodológica que optimice la eficacia del discurso. 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Se centra en desgranar la estructura conductual localizando los factores que pudieran influir sobre el discurso. Es una metodología de carácter cualitativo compuesta por métodos conocidos como la encuesta y la entrevista en profundidad. la innovación se centra en el análisis de datos utilizando una herramienta metodológica denominada protocolo de análisis motivacional. Este protocolo extrae elementos pertenecientes a la Teoría de la Autodeterminación desarrollada por Ryan & Deci (2000) la cual fue adaptada para el análisis del discurso recogido mediante entrevistas en profundidad. Dicha herramienta está compuesta por cinco partes o fases: Localización de palabras clave, análisis de la necesidad predominante, Análisis del grado de interiorización motivacional y análisis de los factores de influencia derivados del análisis. Tras su aplicación detectamos redundancias en las palabras clave que sirven como indicios para localizar determinados tipos de conducta. Presentamos una estandarización de estos términos como muestra para la creación de una metodología que nos permita analizar grandes volúmenes de información en busca de conductas concretas para de ese modo poder planificar así como optimizar la comunicación hacia perfiles determinados. Si conocemos las motivaciones del interlocutor, el refinamiento del discurso dirigido al mismo aumentará pudiendo generar comunicaciones más eficaces que mantengan la atención y presenten las ideas o informaciones a transmitir con mayor precisión."},{"title":"Hacia una herramienta metodológica que optimice la eficacia del discurso: un caso de estudio aplicado a usuarios de videojuegos Towards a methodological tool for optimizing the efficacy of discourse analysis: a case study with video gamers - E-Prints Complutense","type":"web_page","websites":["https://eprints.ucm.es/58649/"],"id":"546656a1-6dae-36a2-8fd5-9160701a88a7","created":"2020-12-14T16:07:59.125Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:07:59.528Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false},{"title":"Retos para diseñar una metodología para el estudio de la historia del videojuego en España | Comunicación y Métodos","type":"web_page","websites":["http://www.comunicacionymetodos.com/index.php/cym/article/view/35"],"id":"578bd54d-9bd2-3ca8-86e6-48e1896e992d","created":"2020-12-14T16:07:38.101Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:07:38.293Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false},{"title":"Retos para diseñar una metodología para el estudio de la historia del videojuego en España","type":"journal","authors":[{"first_name":"Jaume","last_name":"Esteve"},{"first_name":"Federico","last_name":"Peinado"}],"year":2019,"source":"Communication & Methods","identifiers":{"doi":"10.35951/v1i2.35"},"keywords":["españa","historia","investigación","metodología","videojuego"],"pages":"181-195","volume":"1","issue":"2","websites":["https://doi.org/10.35951/v1i2.35"],"month":12,"publisher":"Communication and Methods","day":24,"id":"467487d9-d895-3eda-a926-bd15e6419560","created":"2020-12-14T16:07:38.096Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":true,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:07:41.701Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"El estudio de la historia del videojuego en España cuenta con diversos problemas a la hora de enfrentarnos a él. La ausencia de datos tanto de empresas productoras ya desaparecidas como en activo, así como la falta de registros centralizados a través de los organismos que representan y aglutinan al sector (AEVI y DEV) obligan a que este estudio deba apoyarse a menudo en fuentes de transmisión oral, con lo que ello implica en cuanto a inexactitudes y carencia de información veraz y contrastada. Tras más de una década de trabajo sobre esta materia realizando entrevistas y recopilando datos, consideramos haber identificado los retos principales a los que se enfrenta el sector y ser capaces de proponer una serie de medidas que sería pertinente poner en marcha para allanar el camino a la realización de estudios e investigaciones más rigurosas y de mayor calado sobre la historia del entretenimiento interactivo."},{"title":"Hacia una herramienta metodológica que optimice la eficacia del discurso. 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Se centra en desgranar la estructura conductual localizando los factores que pudieran influir sobre el discurso. Es una metodología de carácter cualitativo compuesta por métodos conocidos como la encuesta y la entrevista en profundidad. la innovación se centra en el análisis de datos utilizando una herramienta metodológica denominada protocolo de análisis motivacional. Este protocolo extrae elementos pertenecientes a la Teoría de la Autodeterminación desarrollada por Ryan & Deci (2000) la cual fue adaptada para el análisis del discurso recogido mediante entrevistas en profundidad. Dicha herramienta está compuesta por cinco partes o fases: Localización de palabras clave, análisis de la necesidad predominante, Análisis del grado de interiorización motivacional y análisis de los factores de influencia derivados del análisis. Tras su aplicación detectamos redundancias en las palabras clave que sirven como indicios para localizar determinados tipos de conducta. Presentamos una estandarización de estos términos como muestra para la creación de una metodología que nos permita analizar grandes volúmenes de información en busca de conductas concretas para de ese modo poder planificar así como optimizar la comunicación hacia perfiles determinados. Si conocemos las motivaciones del interlocutor, el refinamiento del discurso dirigido al mismo aumentará pudiendo generar comunicaciones más eficaces que mantengan la atención y presenten las ideas o informaciones a transmitir con mayor precisión."},{"title":"Hacia una herramienta metodológica que optimice la eficacia del discurso | Comunicación y Métodos","type":"web_page","websites":["http://www.comunicacionymetodos.com/index.php/cym/article/view/26"],"id":"0087d9e3-d9ea-3a3b-9f73-b406d90df88e","created":"2020-12-14T16:07:19.281Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:07:19.417Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false},{"title":"Un sistema de control autónomo para personajes de videojuegos basado en el modelo cognitivo Creencia-Deseo-Intención","type":"journal","authors":[{"first_name":"Alejandro","last_name":"Sánchez López"},{"first_name":"Fernando","last_name":"Romero de la Morena"},{"first_name":"Hector","last_name":"Martín Solís"},{"first_name":"Alejandro","last_name":"Sánchez López"},{"first_name":"Fernando","last_name":"Romero de la Morena"},{"first_name":"Hector","last_name":"Martín Solís"}],"year":2016,"keywords":["Inteligencia artificial","Sistemas expertos"],"id":"bf1a74a2-bc31-317e-b05c-04c17bf3d091","created":"2020-12-14T16:03:59.702Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:03:59.926Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"La industria del videojuego ha avanzado a grandes pasos durante los últimos años respecto a la creación de \"inteligencia artificial\" para sus personajes, afirmando siempre que la utilizan para dotar de realismo y credibilidad a sus personajes. Sin embargo este concepto ha variado sustancialmente año tras año, y aún hoy, la inteligencia que encontramos en los personajes está lejos de lo que uno podría esperar de ello, incluso lejos de lo ya estudiado y conocido en la correspondiente disciplina académica. En el afán por desarrollar personajes que sean realmente autónomos y tomen sus propias decisiones tras razonar acerca de lo que ocurre en el juego, en este trabajo porponemos un sistema capaz de dotar de control autónomo a los personajes de un videojuego y con potencial para mostrar una mayor inteligencia. Para ello conectamos un armazón de desarrollo de videojuegos llamado IsoUnity, desarrollado sobre el entorno Unity, con un sistema multi-agente llamado Jason e implementado en Java, que utiliza el conocido modelo cognitivo Creencia-Deseo-Intención para representar el estado interno de la mente de los agentes, que en nuestro caso serán personajes de videojuego. A la hora de producir un videojuego, se implementa mediante un sistema de agentes inteligentes, con información subjetiva sobre el mundo, objetivos y planes y tareas que realizar, el jugador tendrá una experiencia más plena. Nuestra visión es la de adoptar este sistema en el desarrollo de videojuegos independientes de perspectiva isométrica y recursos sencillos de estilo retro, de ahí el uso de IsoUnity.\nEn esta memoria, además de explicar en detalle nuestro sistema de control, documentamos las pruebas y las adaptaciones que proponemos para llevar a la práctica este concepto, sentando las bases tecnológicas para producir un videojuego completo utilizando este sistema. Siguiendo el camino iniciado en anteriores Trabajos de Fin de Grado de esta Facultad, queríamos continuar en esa línea de trabajo afinando más el concepto y abordando un tema nuevo, el de dotar a los personajes de videojuegos creados con IsoUnity de una autonomía mayor y mejores herramientas de toma de decisión para poder interactuar con su entorno y con otros personajes."},{"title":"Un sistema de control autónomo para personajes de videojuegos basado en el modelo cognitivo Creencia-Deseo-Intención - E-Prints Complutense","type":"web_page","websites":["https://eprints.ucm.es/38416/"],"id":"8268c5f6-74cd-3c54-8763-234a05b2d7db","created":"2020-12-14T16:03:59.670Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:03:59.846Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false},{"title":"La realidad virtual y su aplicación en el tratamiento de la demencia: Una revisión de la literatura científica | La Ciencia al Servicio de la Salud","type":"web_page","websites":["http://revistas.espoch.edu.ec/index.php/cssn/article/view/367"],"id":"c59e5348-aab2-33b2-9a57-1ba1df110f86","created":"2020-12-14T16:01:32.749Z","accessed":"2020-12-14","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T16:02:12.007Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"notes":"¡Hablan del Overman!","folder_uuids":["375a04ff-3851-43fd-a5d0-0f61708989fb"],"private_publication":false},{"title":"Interactive Digital Storytelling: Automatic Direction of Virtual Environments","type":"journal","authors":[{"first_name":"Federico","last_name":"Peinado"}],"year":2006,"source":"Upgrade. 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In order to obtain useful corpora for this purpose, the manual classification of texts according to their emotional content has been the technique most commonly used by the research community. The use of corpora is widespread in Natural Language Processing, and the existing corpora annotated with emotions support the development, training and evaluation of systems using this type of data. In this paper we present the development of an annotated corpus oriented to the narrative domain, called EmoTales, which uses two different approaches to represent emotional states: emotional categories and emotional dimensions. The corpus consists of a collection of 1,389 English sentences from 18 different folk tales, annotated by 36 different people. Our model of the corpus development process includes a post-processing stage performed after the annotation of the corpus, in which a reference value for each sentence was chosen by taking into account the tags assigned by annotators and some general knowledge about emotions, which is codified in an ontology. The whole process is presented in detail, and revels significant results regarding the corpus such as inter-annotator agreement, while discussing topics such as how human annotators deal with emotional content when performing their work, and presenting some ideas for the application of this corpus that may inspire the research community to develop new ways to annotate corpora using a large set of emotional tags. © 2011 Springer Science+Business Media B.V."},{"title":"Towards basic emotion recognition using players body and hands pose in virtual reality narrative experiences","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"G.","last_name":"Peñas"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"}],"year":2017,"source":"CEUR Workshop Proceedings","identifiers":{"issn":"16130073"},"keywords":["Affective computing","Dialog system","Feelings analysis","Human pose recognition","Human-computer interaction","Interactive narrative"],"volume":"1957","id":"74f31e42-640f-361a-99b5-bffaeebb2d8e","created":"2020-12-14T15:52:44.069Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T15:52:49.431Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"Currently, players position recognition in most Virtual Reality applications is limited to the evident usage, like translating players avatar within the virtual environment, or using the view point at head height, without considering the posture at any time. In this article, we propose studying the player’s body and hand expression, not only to recognize obvious interaction patterns but poses that, even without conscience, transmit information about the basic emotions of such player. That way, each time it is played, the result is altered without a conscious effort, the experience of interactive narrative resulting of computing generation depends on the input signals, which adds a layer of depth and enriches system decision making and conversation with non-player characters, for example. Our proposal is based on a system that relies on a system with a neural network which can recognize poses, according to the specialists, associated to basic human mood. After a simple calibration and a reasonable training, this system can be used, without the need of additional accessories, with the main Virtual Reality devices existing today. This article also discusses new paths of research and applications that arise around this system, many in the field of computer entertainment, but also in other areas such as therapy for patients with emotional and social communication problems and disorders."},{"title":"Assessing the novelty of computer-generated narratives using empirical metrics","type":"journal","authors":[{"first_name":"Federico","last_name":"Peinado"},{"first_name":"Virginia","last_name":"Francisco"},{"first_name":"Raquel","last_name":"Hervás"},{"first_name":"Pablo","last_name":"Gervás"}],"year":2010,"source":"Minds and Machines. 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This chapter presents the role of ontologies in the field of Affective Computing. For illustrating the main concepts, we analyse a particular emotional ontology, designed and implemented using Semantic Web technologies, and study its use for the representation, recognition and generation of emotions that are present in textual documents. The emotional ontology developed has been used in three different applications, which will be explained in this chapter, related to the automated markup of text with emotional content. The first one is selecting the most specific emotion that represents the general affective content of a sentence according to the emotion that each word represents. The second one is establishing what emotion should be assigned to a sentence given the set of emotional assignments suggested by a group of annotators. The third one is determining whether the emotion assigned to the sentence in automatic emotion markup is correct. These ontology-enhanced markup applications have been tested and the results show improvements with respect to the previous version created without Semantic Web technology. There are various approaches for representing emotions. The most used representations are emotional categories, where fixed words are used to refer to emotions, and emotional dimensions, where emotions are defined using numerical values to express different aspects of emotion. To address the problem of translating dimensions into categories, a common problem in this type of applications, each of the categories of our emotional ontology is related to three different dimensions (i.e. evaluation, power and control) by means of data ranges. By applying automated classification in terms of the emotional ontology, the system can interpret unrestricted inputs in terms of a restricted set of concepts for which particular rules are provided. 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Through two different experiments, variations in subject performance when locating sounds in a virtual environment between regular 3D audio from popular game engines (Unreal Engine and Unity) and our proposed sound system were evaluated. The first experiment consists of an audio-only test via an online survey, whereas the second experiment employs a minimalistic 3D video game which allows for user interaction guided by sound. Results of both experiments suggest better performance and accuracy when using LPFs, the second one finding a significant difference when comparing both techniques. We conclude that the LPF technique, as a mean for spatialisation of sounds coming from behind the subject, could be applied to complement current audio systems due to their performance-oriented nature and their good results with real users."},{"title":"A Generative and Case-based Implementation of Proppian Morphology","type":"generic","authors":[{"first_name":"Federico","last_name":"Peinado"},{"first_name":"Pablo","last_name":"Gervás"}],"year":2005,"source":"Joint International Conference of the Association for Computers and the Humanities and the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing","id":"1e8e095a-d85f-306a-b4a9-51721d3b9e45","created":"2020-12-14T15:52:43.738Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T15:52:51.467Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false},{"title":"Modelling suspicion as a game mechanism for designing a computer-played investigation character","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"N.","last_name":"Alvarez"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"}],"year":2015,"source":"CEUR Workshop Proceedings","identifiers":{"issn":"16130073"},"keywords":["Artificial intelligence","Believable characters","Epistemic modal logic","Interactive digital storytelling","Trust systems","Video game design"],"volume":"1394","issue":"January","id":"68781124-c346-31a9-8694-998f37e68d7d","created":"2020-12-14T15:52:43.686Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T15:52:48.495Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"Nowadays creating believable characters is a top trend in the video game industry. Recent projects present new design concepts and improvements in artificial intelligence that are oriented to this goal. The expected behaviour of computer-played characters becomes increasingly demanding: proactivity, autonomous decision-making, social interaction, natural communication, reasoning and knowledge management, etc. Our research project explores the possibility for one of these characters to investigate, solving an enigma while dealing with incomplete information and the lies of other characters. In this paper we propose how to manage trust issues when modelling suspicion in the artificial mind of a Columbo-like detective, considering that our desired gameplay is a murder mystery game in which the player plays the role of the culprit."},{"title":"Pac-Man or Pac-Bot? 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In the exploration on Machine Learning techniques for training virtual players (i.e. computer bots) to imitate the conduct of real (human) players, we are using the classic arcade game Ms. Pac-Man as testbed. Our research goal is to find the key features that identify human playing style in this controlled environment, so we have performed an experiment with 18 human judges on how they characterise the human likeness (or absence of it) hidden behind the movements of the player’s avatar. Results suggest that, although it is relatively easy to recognize human players in this game, the factors that a judge uses to determine whether a playing style is considered human or not are multiple and very revealing for creating imitation heuristics."},{"title":"A testbed environment for interactive storytellers","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"},{"first_name":"A.","last_name":"Navarro"},{"first_name":"P.","last_name":"Gervás"}],"year":2008,"source":"INTETAIN 2008 - 2nd International Conference on INtelligent TEchnologies for Interactive EnterTAINment","identifiers":{"isbn":"9789639799134"},"keywords":["Interactive Digital Storytelling","Narrative Environments and Game Based Interfaces"],"id":"248ee39c-6e30-35f4-8041-408885d4bbcf","created":"2020-12-14T15:52:43.625Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T15:52:46.232Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"Today there is a number of automatic systems for developing interactive digital storytelling applications. Each one uses its own architecture, data structure and user interface which make practically impossible to create a single universal quantitative metric to compare them. While these differences are intrinsic to the artistic nature of narrative applications, developers of underlying technology could be benefited from some \"evaluation standards\" for these systems' functionality, interoperability and performance. This paper describes a testbed environment that has been designed as an example scenario for testing how different interactive storytelling systems confront a set of \"common challenges\" of this kind of applications. In order to avoid additional programming efforts an adapter that allows the connection of this environment with other systems has been implemented and released as open source. 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We tackle two resources that draw on the Proppian model - one formalizes it as a semantic markup scheme and the other as an ontology - both lacking linguistic phenomena explicitly represented in them. 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Virtual Reality tracking devices provide more information than what is being used in most applications. In this experiment, we develop a real-time system, using neural networks, that allows us to detect subconscious player poses associated moods and use them to guide games. 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Modelling characters using software agents has been proven to be a suitable approach for obtaining emergent and autonomous behaviours in Interactive Storytelling. In this paper it is claimed that an effective extension of previous models to the BDI framework is useful for designing intelligent characters. An example shows how internal thoughts and motivations of Madame Bovary's main characters can be more naturally formalised as a cognitive side of the story. 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In our previous work, the agent was in complete control of the learning process so it decided when to give up or regain control of the character. Now the system have been improved so the player can also regain control of the character and go back in time to correct improper behaviors manifested by the agent whenever they are detected. 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The second methodology adds more elaborated game-level parameters as the final score, the average distance to the closest ghost, and the number of changes in the player's route. We assess the importance of these features for imitating human-like play, aiming to obtain findings that would be useful for many other games."},{"title":"Story Plot Generation based on CBR","type":"journal","authors":[{"first_name":"Pablo","last_name":"Gervás"},{"first_name":"Belén","last_name":"Díaz-Agudo"},{"first_name":"Federico","last_name":"Peinado"},{"first_name":"Raquel","last_name":"Hervás"}],"year":2005,"source":"Knowledge-Based Systems. 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Believability is a basic requirement for non-player characters of videogames. Players enjoy characters with personalities that reflect human behavior, specially if those personalities combine well with players’ temperaments. This paper explains a model for customizing automatically non-player characters (NPC) according to the players temperament, which is obtained before the game session. 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It refers to the sensation of \\being there\" that users feel while wearing a head-mounted display. In contrast, simulator sickness refers to the feeling of unease of some users while experiencing virtual motion. Nowadays, many virtual reality games do not allow the player to walk, trying to minimize the generation of unpleasant symptoms. This study explores how presence is affected by the ability to walk in VR games, as well as how simulator sickness actually grows when the player takes a virtual stroll. For this purpose, two prototypes of a small puzzle were built. In the first one, the player is able to walk, whereas the second one does not allow the user to move in any way. Presence and simulator sickness were measured using standard questionnaires while real players faced our puzzle. The results point to a strong correlation between the action of walking and an increment of the level of presence achieved by the subjects. 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This last observation opens the way for further research and questioning of early studies about simulator sickness, as technical differences between current virtual reality devices and older ones may inuence how uncomfortable users feel while wearing them."},{"title":"A case based reasoning approach to story plot generation","type":"book","authors":[{"first_name":"B.","last_name":"Díaz-Agudo"},{"first_name":"P.","last_name":"Gervás"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"}],"year":2004,"source":"Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)","identifiers":{"issn":"03029743"},"volume":"3155","id":"bb6ca4d6-a82d-305b-bfab-b2b7bd1ed63a","created":"2020-12-14T15:52:42.511Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","group_id":"46d8ad5f-a50f-3e6d-87b2-7fae24bb23ff","last_modified":"2020-12-14T15:52:47.644Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":false,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"folder_uuids":["b85ca17d-acaa-4112-8b22-9afe68939b13"],"private_publication":false,"abstract":"Automatic construction of story plots has always been a longed-for utopian dream in the entertainment industry, especially in the more commercial genres that are fuelled by a large number of story plots with only a medium threshold on plot quality, such as TV series or video games. We propose a Knowledge Intensive CBR (KI-CBR) approach to the problem of generating story plots from a case base of existing stories analyzed in terms of Propp functions. 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In this article, a head gesture recognition system is developed in order to identify emotional inputs and provide them to an adaptive music system (LitSens) in virtual reality applications, improving virtual presence in the process. Two iterations of this system, both founded on neural networks, are presented: the first one is based on a multi-layer perceptron, whereas the second one consists of a hybrid one-dimensional convolutional neural network. In both cases, the system is able to recognise fear by analysing head gestures. Whereas the first implementation is quicker when recognising this emotion, the second one is slower, but much more accurate, which makes it a better option overall for soundtrack adaptation. An experiment is then detailed, aimed towards validating the behaviour of a gestural recogniser when detecting fear in players. The results achieved through this validation are generally positive, but evince the need for an improvement in terms of system responsiveness."},{"title":"Building Non-player Character Behaviors By Imitation Using Interactive Case-Based Reasoning","type":"book","authors":[{"first_name":"M.","last_name":"Miranda"},{"first_name":"A.A.","last_name":"Sánchez-Ruiz"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"}],"year":2020,"source":"Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)","identifiers":{"doi":"10.1007/978-3-030-58342-2_17","isbn":"9783030583415","issn":"16113349"},"keywords":["Human behavior imitation","Interactive entertainment","Interactive online learning","Learning from Demonstration"],"volume":"12311 LNAI","id":"5fcd4bcd-0dec-350d-a9bb-97409df46f6f","created":"2020-10-22T23:59:00.000Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2020-12-21T20:03:52.217Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Miranda2020","private_publication":false,"abstract":"© 2020, Springer Nature Switzerland AG. The creation of believable characters is one of the most challenging problems in the interactive entertainment industry. Although there are different tools available for designers and programmers to define the behavior of non-player characters, it remains a complex and error prone process that requires a high level of technical knowledge. Learning from Demonstration is a promising field that studies how to build intelligent agents that are able to replicate behaviors, learning from demonstration of human experts. This approach is interesting for developers who do not have a computer science background, alleviating the need of representing tasks and knowledge in a formal way. In this work we present an online and case-based reasoning agent that learns how to imitate real players of Pac-Man using an interactive approach in which both the human player and the computational agent take turns controlling the main character. In our previous work, the agent was in complete control of the learning process so it decided when to give up or regain control of the character. Now the system have been improved so the player can also regain control of the character and go back in time to correct improper behaviors manifested by the agent whenever they are detected. We also present an evaluation of the system performed by three professional video game designers, followed by the main insights we have gained."},{"title":"Towards Human-Like Bots Using Online Interactive Case-Based Reasoning","type":"book","authors":[{"first_name":"M.","last_name":"Miranda"},{"first_name":"A.A.","last_name":"Sánchez-Ruiz"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"}],"year":2019,"source":"Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)","identifiers":{"doi":"10.1007/978-3-030-29249-2_21","isbn":"9783030292485","issn":"16113349","scopus":"2-s2.0-85072873069"},"keywords":["Case-based reasoning","Human behavior imitation","Interactive entertainment","Interactive online learning","Learning from demonstration"],"volume":"11680 LNAI","id":"4d0d137d-3fda-3f14-8d55-529f8e3e8883","created":"2019-10-11T23:59:00.000Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2021-01-13T11:38:47.887Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"private_publication":false,"abstract":"© 2019, Springer Nature Switzerland AG. The imitation of human playing style has been gaining relevance in both the Artificial Intelligence for Games research community and the Digital Game industry over the last decade, achieving a special importance in recent years. The goal of these virtual players is to deceive real players and be perceived just as another human player. Although this challenge can be addressed using different Imitation Learning techniques, classic supervised learning approaches do not usually work well due to the violation of the independent and identically distributed assumption for random variables. No regret algorithms in online learning settings seem to outperform previous approaches. In this work we describe an interactive and online case-based reasoning system in which the bot gives control to the human player when it reaches game states that are not well represented by cases in its case base, and regains control when the game states are known again. Results show that (1) the amount of human intervention decreases rapidly, (2) the case base needed to achieve reasonable imitation is considerable smaller than that used in a non-interactive approach (3) the resulting agent outperforms other agents using non-interactive CBR."},{"title":"Integration of linguistic markup into semantic models of folk narratives: The fairy tale use case","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"P.","last_name":"Lendvai"},{"first_name":"T.","last_name":"Declerck"},{"first_name":"S.","last_name":"Darányi"},{"first_name":"P.","last_name":"Gervás"},{"first_name":"R.","last_name":"Hervás"},{"first_name":"S.","last_name":"Malec"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"}],"year":2010,"source":"Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, LREC 2010","identifiers":{"isbn":"2951740867"},"id":"39787675-c1bb-3fe5-9a68-d6615f00700e","created":"2018-06-06T15:36:36.118Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2020-12-21T20:03:50.874Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Lendvai2010","private_publication":false,"abstract":"Propp's influential structural analysis of fairy tales created a powerful schema for representing storylines in terms of character functions, which is straightforward to exploit in computational semantic analysis and procedural generation of stories of this genre. We tackle two resources that draw on the Proppian model - one formalizes it as a semantic markup scheme and the other as an ontology - both lacking linguistic phenomena explicitly represented in them. The need for integrating linguistic information into structured semantic resources is motivated by the emergence of suitable standards that facilitate this, and the benefits such joint representation would create for transdisciplinary research across Digital Humanities, Computational Linguistics, and Artificial Intelligence."},{"title":"Influence of personal choices on lexical variability in referring expressions","type":"journal","authors":[{"first_name":"R.","last_name":"Hervás"},{"first_name":"J.","last_name":"Arroyo"},{"first_name":"V.","last_name":"Francisco"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"},{"first_name":"P.","last_name":"Gervás"}],"year":2016,"source":"Natural Language Engineering","identifiers":{"doi":"10.1017/S1351324915000182","issn":"14698110"},"volume":"22","issue":"2","id":"f139aa69-9666-3a51-bed2-08a9e1e30bb9","created":"2018-06-06T15:36:36.096Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2020-12-21T20:03:49.698Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Hervas2016","private_publication":false,"abstract":"Copyright © Cambridge University Press 2015. Variability is inherent in human language as different people make different choices when facing the same communicative act. In Natural Language Processing, variability is a challenge. It hinders some tasks such as evaluation of generated expressions, while it constitutes an interesting resource to achieve naturalness and to avoid repetitiveness. In this work, we present a methodological approach to study the influence of lexical variability. We apply this approach to TUNA, a corpus of referring expression lexicalizations, in order to study the use of different lexical choices. First, we reannotate the TUNA corpus with new information about lexicalization, and then we analyze this reannotation to study how people lexicalize referring expressions. The results show that people tend to be consistent when generating referring expressions. 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Modelling characters using software agents has been proven to be a suitable approach for obtaining emergent and autonomous behaviours in Interactive Storytelling. In this paper it is claimed that an effective extension of previous models to the BDI framework is useful for designing intelligent characters. An example shows how internal thoughts and motivations of Madame Bovary's main characters can be more naturally formalised as a cognitive side of the story. A narrative reformulation of BDI theory is needed to avoid the implicit complexity of other proposals. © 2008 Springer Berlin Heidelberg."},{"title":"Semantic web approaches to the extraction and representation of emotions in texts","type":"book","authors":[{"first_name":"V.","last_name":"Francisco"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"},{"first_name":"R.","last_name":"Hervás"},{"first_name":"P.","last_name":"Gervás"}],"year":2010,"source":"Semantic Web: Standards, Tools and Ontologies","identifiers":{"isbn":"9781612092966"},"keywords":["Affective computing","Automatic text annotation","Knowledge representation","Natural language processing","Ontologies"],"id":"0f06e7e6-f3c0-3396-82b0-dfcc8b968cbc","created":"2018-06-06T15:36:36.018Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2020-12-21T20:03:49.714Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Francisco2010","private_publication":false,"abstract":"© 2010 Nova Science Publishers, Inc. This chapter presents the role of ontologies in the field of Affective Computing. For illustrating the main concepts, we analyse a particular emotional ontology, designed and implemented using Semantic Web technologies, and study its use for the representation, recognition and generation of emotions that are present in textual documents. The emotional ontology developed has been used in three different applications, which will be explained in this chapter, related to the automated markup of text with emotional content. The first one is selecting the most specific emotion that represents the general affective content of a sentence according to the emotion that each word represents. The second one is establishing what emotion should be assigned to a sentence given the set of emotional assignments suggested by a group of annotators. The third one is determining whether the emotion assigned to the sentence in automatic emotion markup is correct. These ontology-enhanced markup applications have been tested and the results show improvements with respect to the previous version created without Semantic Web technology. There are various approaches for representing emotions. The most used representations are emotional categories, where fixed words are used to refer to emotions, and emotional dimensions, where emotions are defined using numerical values to express different aspects of emotion. To address the problem of translating dimensions into categories, a common problem in this type of applications, each of the categories of our emotional ontology is related to three different dimensions (i.e. evaluation, power and control) by means of data ranges. By applying automated classification in terms of the emotional ontology, the system can interpret unrestricted inputs in terms of a restricted set of concepts for which particular rules are provided. 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Perfectly adaptive music is a long dreamed goal for game audio designers. Although numerous systems have been developed in both academic and industrial contexts, currently there is no unified method for producing this type of content – not even an agreement on input variables, output variations or assessment criteria. Our research aims to create an audio system for video games that improves the experience by adapting environmental music to emotions associated with the ongoing narrative. This system combines short audio tracks of pre-designed music in real time, using player behavior and emerging feelings as main cues. In this paper, we identify some of the issues that dynamic music faces through the study of current adaptive and procedural techniques, and describe how our sound system architecture attempts to solve them. 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In the exploration on Machine Learning techniques for training virtual players (i.e. computer bots) to imitate the conduct of real (human) players, we are using the classic arcade game Ms. Pac-Man as testbed. Our research goal is to find the key features that identify human playing style in this controlled environment, so we have performed an experiment with 18 human judges on how they characterise the human likeness (or absence of it) hidden behind the movements of the player’s avatar. Results suggest that, although it is relatively easy to recognize human players in this game, the factors that a judge uses to determine whether a playing style is considered human or not are multiple and very revealing for creating imitation heuristics."},{"title":"A testbed environment for interactive storytellers","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"},{"first_name":"A.","last_name":"Navarro"},{"first_name":"P.","last_name":"Gervás"}],"year":2008,"source":"INTETAIN 2008 - 2nd International Conference on INtelligent TEchnologies for Interactive EnterTAINment","identifiers":{"isbn":"9789639799134"},"keywords":["Interactive Digital Storytelling","Narrative Environments and Game Based Interfaces"],"id":"2e126440-3ca1-3ebf-a125-3072210510b5","created":"2018-06-06T15:36:35.915Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2020-12-21T20:03:51.426Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Peinado2008a","private_publication":false,"abstract":"Today there is a number of automatic systems for developing interactive digital storytelling applications. Each one uses its own architecture, data structure and user interface which make practically impossible to create a single universal quantitative metric to compare them. While these differences are intrinsic to the artistic nature of narrative applications, developers of underlying technology could be benefited from some \"evaluation standards\" for these systems' functionality, interoperability and performance. This paper describes a testbed environment that has been designed as an example scenario for testing how different interactive storytelling systems confront a set of \"common challenges\" of this kind of applications. In order to avoid additional programming efforts an adapter that allows the connection of this environment with other systems has been implemented and released as open source. Copyright 2008 ICST."},{"title":"A study on an efficient spatialisation technique for near-field sound in video games","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"M.L.","last_name":"Ibáñez"},{"first_name":"N.","last_name":"Álvarez"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"}],"year":2017,"source":"CEUR Workshop Proceedings","identifiers":{"issn":"16130073"},"keywords":["3D audio","Acoustics","Directional sound","Entertainment technology","Spatial attention"],"volume":"1957","id":"8950cf2e-b14f-3cab-ab73-851be4f70ab9","created":"2018-06-06T15:36:35.908Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2020-12-21T20:03:49.595Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Ibanez2017","private_publication":false,"abstract":"This article presents a simple and efficient method for spatialising sound in virtual environments by adding low pass filters (LPF) to the already widespread panning and attenuation techniques. Through two different experiments, variations in subject performance when locating sounds in a virtual environment between regular 3D audio from popular game engines (Unreal Engine and Unity) and our proposed sound system were evaluated. The first experiment consists of an audio-only test via an online survey, whereas the second experiment employs a minimalistic 3D video game which allows for user interaction guided by sound. Results of both experiments suggest better performance and accuracy when using LPFs, the second one finding a significant difference when comparing both techniques. We conclude that the LPF technique, as a mean for spatialisation of sounds coming from behind the subject, could be applied to complement current audio systems due to their performance-oriented nature and their good results with real users."},{"title":"Ontological reasoning to configure emotional voice synthesis","type":"book","authors":[{"first_name":"V.","last_name":"Francisco"},{"first_name":"P.","last_name":"Gervás"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"}],"year":2007,"source":"Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)","identifiers":{"isbn":"354072981X","issn":"03029743"},"volume":"4524 LNCS","id":"61cbc8b3-ee84-3e2e-ac84-0f40bc0acf71","created":"2018-06-06T15:36:35.845Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2020-12-21T20:03:49.861Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Francisco2007","private_publication":false,"abstract":"The adequate representation of emotions in affective computing is an important problem and the starting point of studies related to emotions. There are different approaches for representing emotions, selecting one of this existing methods depends on the purpose of the application. Another problem related to emotions is the amount of different emotional concepts which makes it very difficult to find the most specific emotion to be expressed in each situation. This paper presents a system that reasons with an ontology of emotions implemented with semantic web technologies. Each emotional concept is defined in terms of a range of values along the three-dimensional space of emotional dimensions. The capabilities for automated classification and establishing taxonomical relations between concepts are used to provide a bridge between an unrestricted input and a restricted set of concepts for which particular rules are provided. The rules applied at the end of the process provide configuration parameters for a system for emotional voice synthesis. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2007."},{"title":"EmoTales: Creating a corpus of folk tales with emotional annotations","type":"journal","authors":[{"first_name":"V.","last_name":"Francisco"},{"first_name":"R.","last_name":"Hervás"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"},{"first_name":"P.","last_name":"Gervás"}],"year":2012,"source":"Language Resources and Evaluation","identifiers":{"doi":"10.1007/s10579-011-9140-5","issn":"1574020X"},"keywords":["Corpus annotation","Emotional categories","Emotional dimensions","Emotional ontology","Text corpora"],"volume":"46","issue":"3","id":"05708bf2-9332-39cf-b5b7-6e43b6a4795b","created":"2018-06-06T15:36:35.836Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2020-12-21T20:03:50.480Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Francisco2012","private_publication":false,"abstract":"Emotions are inherent to any human activity, including human-computer interactions, and that is the reason why recognizing emotions expressed in natural language is becoming a key feature for the design of more natural user interfaces. In order to obtain useful corpora for this purpose, the manual classification of texts according to their emotional content has been the technique most commonly used by the research community. The use of corpora is widespread in Natural Language Processing, and the existing corpora annotated with emotions support the development, training and evaluation of systems using this type of data. In this paper we present the development of an annotated corpus oriented to the narrative domain, called EmoTales, which uses two different approaches to represent emotional states: emotional categories and emotional dimensions. The corpus consists of a collection of 1,389 English sentences from 18 different folk tales, annotated by 36 different people. Our model of the corpus development process includes a post-processing stage performed after the annotation of the corpus, in which a reference value for each sentence was chosen by taking into account the tags assigned by annotators and some general knowledge about emotions, which is codified in an ontology. The whole process is presented in detail, and revels significant results regarding the corpus such as inter-annotator agreement, while discussing topics such as how human annotators deal with emotional content when performing their work, and presenting some ideas for the application of this corpus that may inspire the research community to develop new ways to annotate corpora using a large set of emotional tags. © 2011 Springer Science+Business Media B.V."},{"title":"An intelligent plot-centric interface for mastering computer role-playing games","type":"book","authors":[{"first_name":"C.","last_name":"León"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"},{"first_name":"Á.","last_name":"Navarro"},{"first_name":"H.","last_name":"Cortiguera"}],"year":2008,"source":"Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)","identifiers":{"doi":"10.1007/978-3-540-89454-4_39","isbn":"3540894241","issn":"03029743"},"volume":"5334 LNCS","id":"7e501841-68ac-3687-9a34-9253a594d87f","created":"2018-06-06T15:36:35.785Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2020-12-21T20:03:51.572Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Leon2008","private_publication":false,"abstract":"Role-Playing Game Mastering is one of the most cited examples of \"ordinary life Interactive Storytelling\" in scientific literature. There are some computer interfaces for game mastering, but most of them are designed as part of the toolkits that are used to control low-level events of specific videogame engines. In this paper a more abstract application has been developed, an intelligent graphic interface that allows human Game Masters to direct stories in virtual environments from a more comfortable and narration-oriented point of view. © 2008 Springer Berlin Heidelberg."},{"title":"A neuroevolution approach to imitating human-like play in Ms. Pac-man video game","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"M.","last_name":"Miranda"},{"first_name":"A.A.","last_name":"Sánchez-Ruiz"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"}],"year":2016,"source":"CEUR Workshop Proceedings","identifiers":{"issn":"16130073"},"keywords":["Artificial intelligence","Artificial neural networks","Evolutionary computing","Genetic algorithms","Human behaviour imitation","Machine learning","Virtual video game player"],"volume":"1682","id":"41cb334a-1527-382b-99db-7757ce85b9e4","created":"2018-06-06T15:36:35.776Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2020-12-21T20:03:51.232Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Miranda2016","private_publication":false,"abstract":"Simulating human behaviour when playing computer games has been recently proposed as a challenge for researchers on Artificial Intelligence. As part of our exploration of approaches that perform well both in terms of the instrumental similarity measure and the phenomenological evaluation by human spectators, we are developing virtual players using Neuroevolution. This is a form of Machine Learning that employs Evolutionary Algorithms to train Artificial Neural Networks by considering the weights of these networks as chromosomes for the application of genetic algorithms. Results strongly depend on the fitness function that is used, which tries to characterise the human-likeness of a machinecontrolled player. Designing this function is complex and it must be implemented for specific games. In this work we use the classic game Ms. Pac-Man as an scenario for comparing two different methodologies. The first one uses raw data extracted directly from human traces, i.e. The set of movements executed by a real player and their corresponding time stamps. The second methodology adds more elaborated game-level parameters as the final score, the average distance to the closest ghost, and the number of changes in the player's route. We assess the importance of these features for imitating human-like play, aiming to obtain findings that would be useful for many other games."},{"title":"A game architecture for emergent story-puzzles in a persistent world","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"},{"first_name":"P.P.","last_name":"Gómez-Martín"},{"first_name":"M.A.","last_name":"Gómez-Martín"}],"year":2005,"source":"Proceedings of DiGRA 2005 Conference: Changing Views - Worlds in Play","keywords":["Automatic generation of puzzles","Game AI","Game architecture design","Interactive storytelling"],"id":"0c2bf550-f63a-3cbb-ac34-f7bcc6376171","created":"2018-06-06T15:36:35.706Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2020-12-21T20:03:50.416Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Peinado2005","private_publication":false,"abstract":"This paper presents the design of an architecture for narrative games with story-puzzles like classic graphic adventures. The system is able to create new short stories in each session, combining a basic set of narrative elements in an emergent way but maintaining coherency with the storyline of previous sessions. As a test-bed of this proposal we use a simple detective game inspired on the famous Cluedo's characters. © 2005 Authors & Digital Games Research Association DiGRA."},{"title":"A case based reasoning approach to story plot generation","type":"book","authors":[{"first_name":"B.","last_name":"Díaz-Agudo"},{"first_name":"P.","last_name":"Gervás"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"}],"year":2004,"source":"Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)","identifiers":{"issn":"03029743"},"volume":"3155","id":"0a7a6750-b07e-3d14-beb3-9fac79fc04d9","created":"2018-06-06T15:36:35.699Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2020-12-21T20:03:51.096Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Diaz-Agudo2004","private_publication":false,"abstract":"Automatic construction of story plots has always been a longed-for utopian dream in the entertainment industry, especially in the more commercial genres that are fuelled by a large number of story plots with only a medium threshold on plot quality, such as TV series or video games. We propose a Knowledge Intensive CBR (KI-CBR) approach to the problem of generating story plots from a case base of existing stories analyzed in terms of Propp functions. A CBR process is defined to generate plots from a user query specifying an initial setting for the story, using an ontology to measure the semantical distance between words and structures taking part in the texts. © Springer-Verlag 2004."},{"title":"Automatic customization of non-player characters using players temperament","type":"book","authors":[{"first_name":"H.","last_name":"Gómez-Gauchía"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"}],"year":2006,"source":"Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)","identifiers":{"isbn":"9783540499343","issn":"16113349"},"keywords":["Affective computing","Interactive digital storytelling in entertainment","Narrative environments","Player modeling"],"volume":"4326 LNCS","id":"d162d9f8-f0c4-35de-abf6-4647b9caa509","created":"2018-06-06T15:36:35.588Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2020-12-21T20:03:51.102Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Gomez-Gauchia2006","private_publication":false,"abstract":"© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2006. Believability is a basic requirement for non-player characters of videogames. Players enjoy characters with personalities that reflect human behavior, specially if those personalities combine well with players’ temperaments. This paper explains a model for customizing automatically non-player characters (NPC) according to the players temperament, which is obtained before the game session. The model uses Case-Based Reasoning and Ontologies to adapt the behavior of a NPC, which is the companion of a player character in the described example."},{"title":"Walking in VR: Measuring presence and simulator sickness in first-person virtual reality games","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"M.L.","last_name":"Ibáñez"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"}],"year":2016,"source":"CEUR Workshop Proceedings","identifiers":{"issn":"16130073"},"keywords":["Head-mounted displays","Human-computer interaction","Interactive multimedia","Virtual environments","Virtual movement"],"volume":"1682","id":"e10c4bd6-ca3f-3e98-aee1-8da6bc36cbc8","created":"2018-06-06T15:36:35.587Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2020-12-21T20:03:50.812Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Ibanez2016","private_publication":false,"abstract":"Presence is often used as a quality measure for virtual reality experiences. It refers to the sensation of \\being there\" that users feel while wearing a head-mounted display. In contrast, simulator sickness refers to the feeling of unease of some users while experiencing virtual motion. Nowadays, many virtual reality games do not allow the player to walk, trying to minimize the generation of unpleasant symptoms. This study explores how presence is affected by the ability to walk in VR games, as well as how simulator sickness actually grows when the player takes a virtual stroll. For this purpose, two prototypes of a small puzzle were built. In the first one, the player is able to walk, whereas the second one does not allow the user to move in any way. Presence and simulator sickness were measured using standard questionnaires while real players faced our puzzle. The results point to a strong correlation between the action of walking and an increment of the level of presence achieved by the subjects. However, there is no clear correspondence between walking and simulator sickness in our experiment. This last observation opens the way for further research and questioning of early studies about simulator sickness, as technical differences between current virtual reality devices and older ones may inuence how uncomfortable users feel while wearing them."},{"title":"Improving the performance of a computer-controlled player in a maze chase game using evolutionary Programming on a finite-state machine","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"M.","last_name":"Miranda"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"}],"year":2015,"source":"CEUR Workshop Proceedings","identifiers":{"issn":"16130073"},"keywords":["Artificial Intelligence","Evolutionary computing","Genetic algorithms","Machine learning","Player simulation","Video game development"],"volume":"1394","issue":"January","id":"7aedc717-92a9-379c-9071-348e65d08939","created":"2018-06-06T15:36:35.526Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2020-12-21T20:03:49.883Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Miranda2015","private_publication":false,"abstract":"The continuous sophistication of video games represents a stimulating challenge for Artificial Intelligence researchers. As part of our work on improving the behaviour of military units in Real-Time Strategy Games we are testing different techniques and methodologies for computer-controlled players. In this paper Evolutionary Programming is explored, establishing a first approach to develop an automatic controller for the classic maze chase game Ms. Pac-Man. Several combinations of different operators for selection, crossover, mutation and replacement are studied, creating an algorithm that changes the variables of a simple finite-state machine representing the behaviour of the player's avatar. After the initial training, we evaluate the results obtained by all these combinations, identifying best choices and discussing the performance improvement that can be obtained with similar techniques in complex games."},{"title":"Modelling suspicion as a game mechanism for designing a computer-played investigation character","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"N.","last_name":"Alvarez"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"}],"year":2015,"source":"CEUR Workshop Proceedings","identifiers":{"issn":"16130073"},"keywords":["Artificial intelligence","Believable characters","Epistemic modal logic","Interactive digital storytelling","Trust systems","Video game design"],"volume":"1394","issue":"January","id":"dd31f504-a9e2-3b9a-823a-e6a5b27c3497","created":"2018-06-06T15:36:35.524Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2020-12-21T20:03:51.152Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Alvarez2015","private_publication":false,"abstract":"Nowadays creating believable characters is a top trend in the video game industry. Recent projects present new design concepts and improvements in artificial intelligence that are oriented to this goal. The expected behaviour of computer-played characters becomes increasingly demanding: proactivity, autonomous decision-making, social interaction, natural communication, reasoning and knowledge management, etc. Our research project explores the possibility for one of these characters to investigate, solving an enigma while dealing with incomplete information and the lies of other characters. In this paper we propose how to manage trust issues when modelling suspicion in the artificial mind of a Columbo-like detective, considering that our desired gameplay is a murder mystery game in which the player plays the role of the culprit."},{"title":"Preface","type":"book","authors":[{"first_name":"D.","last_name":"Oyarzun"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"},{"first_name":"R.M.","last_name":"Young"},{"first_name":"A.","last_name":"Elizalde"},{"first_name":"G.","last_name":"Méndez"}],"year":2012,"source":"Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)","identifiers":{"isbn":"9783642348501","issn":"03029743"},"volume":"7648 LNCS","id":"47ba7842-683c-335d-b996-f3340b43ee39","created":"2018-06-06T15:36:35.488Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2020-12-21T20:03:51.049Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Oyarzun2012","private_publication":false},{"title":"Exploring body language as narrative interface","type":"book","authors":[{"first_name":"N.","last_name":"Álvarez"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"}],"year":2012,"source":"Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)","identifiers":{"doi":"10.1007/978-3-642-34851-8-19","isbn":"9783642348501","issn":"03029743"},"keywords":["Edutainment","Motion Sensing","Narrative Videogames","Nonverbal Communication","Theory of Interactive Storytelling","User Interaction"],"volume":"7648 LNCS","id":"871b54cf-0536-342b-a6d1-127849b47f4b","created":"2018-06-06T15:36:35.473Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2020-12-21T20:03:50.752Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Alvarez2012","private_publication":false,"abstract":"The limitations of current technology in the field of user interaction cause a bottleneck in the development of interactive digital storytelling systems. The use of body language has recently arisen as a simple but expressive approach to human-computer interaction, motion capture devices being used in interactive simulations and videogames. This paper discusses the use of these devices for recognition of body movements as key elements for designing interactive stories in virtual environments, presenting our findings in the early stages of development of a serious game that uses Microsoft Kinect for allowing players to interact in a more sensitive and amusing way. © 2012 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg."},{"title":"An approach to basic emotion recognition through players body pose using virtual reality devices","type":"book","authors":[{"first_name":"G.","last_name":"Peñas"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"}],"year":2018,"source":"Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)","identifiers":{"doi":"10.1007/978-3-319-76270-8_5","isbn":"9783319762692","issn":"16113349"},"keywords":["Affective computing","Dialog system","Feelings analysis","Human pose recognition","Human-computer interaction","Interactive narrative"],"volume":"10714 LNCS","id":"98cb7a14-5f3d-30f3-b2ef-b1badf161f70","created":"2018-06-06T15:36:35.460Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2020-12-21T20:03:50.740Z","read":true,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Penas2018","private_publication":false,"abstract":"© Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature 2018. Virtual Reality tracking devices provide more information than what is being used in most applications. In this experiment, we develop a real-time system, using neural networks, that allows us to detect subconscious player poses associated moods and use them to guide games. This provides new ways to create greater conversations and narrative experiences."},{"title":"FX interactive: Growth and decline of the Spanish video games publisher","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"J.","last_name":"Esteve"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"}],"year":2017,"source":"CEUR Workshop Proceedings","identifiers":{"issn":"16130073"},"keywords":["Contenidos Digitales","Economía","Gestión Empresarial","Historia del Videojuego","Industria del Videojuego","Videojuego Español"],"volume":"1957","id":"731b469e-d486-399c-902b-b8deb1de899e","created":"2018-06-06T15:36:35.379Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2020-12-21T20:03:50.513Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Esteve2017","private_publication":false,"abstract":"Established in 1999 by the Ruiz brothers (Pablo, Víctor and Ignacio), Jesús Alonso and Carlos Abril, FX Interactive S.L. managed to become one of the most successful Spanish publishers. Thanks to a catalogue formed by Spanish games, such as the ones from Pendulo Studios, or from overseas, like Haemimont Games, FX Interactive posted 11.6 million euros in revenue in 2005 while having a staff of 30 people. The economic crisis, the rise of digital video games publishing platforms like Steam and the lack of games developed in-house caused the studio to be declared bankrupt by a judge in Madrid. In this article we aim to study the causes that led to the rise of the studio during its first years as well as the reasons why it was declared bankrupt."},{"title":"Towards basic emotion recognition using players body and hands pose in virtual reality narrative experiences","type":"conference_proceedings","authors":[{"first_name":"G.","last_name":"Peñas"},{"first_name":"F.","last_name":"Peinado"}],"year":2017,"source":"CEUR Workshop Proceedings","identifiers":{"issn":"16130073"},"keywords":["Affective computing","Dialog system","Feelings analysis","Human pose recognition","Human-computer interaction","Interactive narrative"],"volume":"1957","id":"04b1757b-e273-3ffa-b194-2d2b1a7a52cf","created":"2018-06-06T15:36:35.379Z","file_attached":false,"profile_id":"38626d74-def8-3055-a63f-b4aec97191c5","last_modified":"2020-12-21T20:03:49.807Z","read":false,"starred":false,"authored":true,"confirmed":false,"hidden":false,"citation_key":"Penas2017","private_publication":false,"abstract":"Currently, players position recognition in most Virtual Reality applications is limited to the evident usage, like translating players avatar within the virtual environment, or using the view point at head height, without considering the posture at any time. 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Nota metida de prueba desde el móvil","private_publication":false,"abstract":"The Interactive Dilemma is the inevitable conflict between author's determinism and interactor's freedom. There are some approaches that try to tackle it, using strategies and heuristic rules that can combine on the fly the previously designed author material with the run-time decisions of the interactor. Interactive Narrative is a relatively new field and it is difficult to find formal studies that shows how to create this kind of art. Our proposal is based on the theoretical study of tabletop Role-Playing Games and it involves the practical implementation of those ideas for managing the interaction in a simple text adventure game. Game Masters are the best models we have found in real life for designing and directing interactive stories. In this paper we transfer their player modeling, their rules for interaction management and their improvising algorithms from the real world to a new Interactive Storytelling system."}]

Tengo que crear un estilo CSL para formatear estas entradas, averiguar bien cómo rescatar la información exacta que quiero de Mendeley (folders, groups…) y sacarla de la mejor manera (con URLs y enlaces, etc.).

Lo que tenemos en el grupo de Narratech Laboratories:

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Manuel López Ibáñez, Maximiliano Miranda, Nahum Alvarez, Federico Peinado (2021) Using Gestural Emotions Recognised Through a Neural Network as Input for an Adaptive Music System in Virtual Reality, Entertainment Computing, p. 100404, Elsevier, url, doi:10.1016/j.entcom.2021.100404

Cheng Zhen Meng, Yu Tang, Chen Yao Wu, Di Lin (2020) Battle Prediction System in StarCraft Combined with Topographic Considerations, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering 572 LNEE, p. 122-130, Springer, doi:10.1007/978-981-15-0187-6_14

Adriana del Castillo Espejo-Saavedra, Raúl Serrano Gómez, Adriana del Castillo Espejo-Saavedra, Raúl Serrano Gómez (2020) Diseño y desarrollo de personajes con presencia social en videojuegos de realidad virtual

() Diseño y desarrollo de personajes con presencia social en videojuegos de realidad virtual - E-Prints Complutense, url

José Javier Cortés Tejada, José Javier Cortés Tejada (2020) Creación de videojuegos de rol táctico mediante herramientas de desarrollo para el usuario final

() Creación de videojuegos de rol táctico mediante herramientas de desarrollo para el usuario final Creation of Tactical Role-Playing Games using Tools for End-User Development - E-Prints Complutense, url

Diego Romero-Hombrebueno Santos, Mario Sánchez Blanco, José Manuel Sierra Ramos, Diego Romero-Hombrebueno Santos, Mario Sánchez Blanco, José Manuel Sierra Ramos (2020) Planificación automática para el comportamiento de personajes de videojuegos como extensión de Unreal Engine

() Planificación automática para el comportamiento de personajes de videojuegos como extensión de Unreal Engine Automatic planning for video game characters behavior as Unreal Engine plugin - E-Prints Complutense, url

José Javier Cortés, Federico Peinado (2020) Development of a User-Friendly Application for Creating Tactical Role-Playing Games, url

() (No Title), pdf

Gabriel Peñas, Federico Peinado () Towards Basic Emotion Recognition using Players Body and Hands Pose in Virtual Reality Narrative Experiences, url

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Diego Romero, Mario Sánchez, José Manuel Sierra, Maximiliano Miranda, Federico Peinado (2020) Developing an Automated Planning Tool for Non-Player Character Behavior, url

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Alfredo Hernández, Rubén Dapica, Federico Peinado (2020) Who Trains the Trainers? Towards a Flight Instructors Simulator based on Training Scenarios, url

() (No Title), pdf

Maximiliano Miranda, Antonio A Sánchez-Ruiz, Federico Peinado () Pac-Man or Pac-Bot? Exploring Subjective Perception of Players' Humanity in Ms. Pac-Man, url

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Clara Fernández-Vara, Bennett Foddy () WELL PLAYED, url

Maximiliano Miranda, Antonio A Sánchez-Ruiz, Federico Peinado () A Neuroevolution Approach to Imitating Human-Like Play in Ms. Pac-Man Video Game, url

() (No Title), pdf

M. Miranda, A.A. Sánchez-Ruiz, F. Peinado (2020) Building Non-player Character Behaviors By Imitation Using Interactive Case-Based Reasoning, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 12311 LNAI, doi:10.1007/978-3-030-58342-2_17

Dae Wook Kim, Sungyun Park, Seong Il Yang (2019) An Analysis of the Effects of Physical Abilities on RTS Game Outcome Using Machine Learning Approach, ICTC 2019 - 10th International Conference on ICT Convergence: ICT Convergence Leading the Autonomous Future, p. 929-933, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., doi:10.1109/ICTC46691.2019.8939771

Jorge Algaba Aranda, Manuel Hernández Nájera-Alesón, Jorge Algaba Aranda, Manuel Hernández Nájera-Alesón (2019) Desarrollo de una aplicación para analizar y evaluar el comportamiento de oradores en realidad virtual

() Desarrollo de una aplicación para analizar y evaluar el comportamiento de oradores en realidad virtual - E-Prints Complutense, url

Jaime María Bas Domínguez, Álvaro Cuevas Álvarez, Alejandro García Montero, Juan Gómez-Martinho González, Irene González Velasco, Jaime María Bas Domínguez, Álvaro Cuevas Álvarez, Alejandro García Montero, Juan Gómez-Martinho González, Irene González Velasco (2019) Diseño de una Arquitectura de Sistemas Multiagente para Videojuegos basada en el modelo de Creencias, Deseos e Intenciones en Unity

() Diseño de una Arquitectura de Sistemas Multiagente para Videojuegos basada en el modelo de Creencias, Deseos e Intenciones en Unity - E-Prints Complutense, url

Jorge Osorio González, Federico Peinado Gil (2019) Hacia una herramienta metodológica que optimice la eficacia del discurso. Un caso de estudio aplicado a usuarios de videojuegos, Communication & Methods 1(2), p. 63-76, Communication and Methods, doi:10.35951/v1i2.26

() Hacia una herramienta metodológica que optimice la eficacia del discurso: un caso de estudio aplicado a usuarios de videojuegos Towards a methodological tool for optimizing the efficacy of discourse analysis: a case study with video gamers - E-Prints Complutense, url

() Retos para diseñar una metodología para el estudio de la historia del videojuego en España | Comunicación y Métodos, url

Jaume Esteve, Federico Peinado (2019) Retos para diseñar una metodología para el estudio de la historia del videojuego en España, Communication & Methods 1(2), p. 181-195, Communication and Methods, url, doi:10.35951/v1i2.35

Jorge Osorio González, Federico Peinado Gil (2019) Hacia una herramienta metodológica que optimice la eficacia del discurso. Un caso de estudio aplicado a usuarios de videojuegos, Communication & Methods 1(2), p. 63-76, Communication and Methods, url, doi:10.35951/v1i2.26

() Hacia una herramienta metodológica que optimice la eficacia del discurso | Comunicación y Métodos, url

Elisenda Estanyol, Mireia Montaña, Antonio José Planells (2019) Jóvenes y videojuegos. Percepciones sobre su tratamiento informativo en los medios de comunicación, Estudios sobre el Mensaje Periodístico 25(1), p. 129-145, url, doi:10.5209/ESMP.63720

Coursera (2019) Story and Narrative Development for Video Games, url

㻌 㞷, Yasuda Yuki () Toward a Network Analysis of Empathic and Exciting AI Conversation and Scenario

Kazuko Takahashi, Shizuka Yokohama () On a Formal Treatment of Deception in Argumentative Dialogues

Nguyen The Tung, Koichiro Yoshino, Sakriani Sakti, Satoshi Nakamura () Utilizing deception information for dialog management of doctor-patient conversations

Víctor García Rodríguez, Jesús Menéndez Montejo, Víctor García Rodríguez, Jesús Menéndez Montejo (2018) Desarrollo de una plataforma para creación e investigación en videojuegos multijugador de deducción

() Desarrollo de una plataforma para creación e investigación en videojuegos multijugador de deducción - E-Prints Complutense, url

Sergio González Jiménez, Sergio González Jiménez (2018) Desarrollo de un Sistema Multiagente basado en creencias, deseos e intenciones para modelar personajes autónomos en videojuegos utilizando Jason y Unity

() Desarrollo de un Sistema Multiagente basado en creencias, deseos e intenciones para modelar personajes autónomos en videojuegos utilizando Jason y Unity - E-Prints Complutense, url

G. Peñas, F. Peinado (2018) An approach to basic emotion recognition through players body pose using virtual reality devices, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 10714 LNCS, doi:10.1007/978-3-319-76270-8_5

M. López Ibáñez, N. Álvarez, F. Peinado (2018) Towards an emotion-driven adaptive system for video game music, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 10714 LNCS, doi:10.1007/978-3-319-76270-8_25

Yusuf Pisan, Nikitas Marinos Sgouros, Tim Marsh (2017) Editorial, Entertainment Computing 22, p. 1, Elsevier B.V., doi:10.1016/j.entcom.2017.05.003

Antonio J. Fernández-Leiva, Antonio M. Mora García (2017) Preface for the special issue on Science in Videogames, Entertainment Computing 21, p. 95-96, Elsevier B.V., doi:10.1016/j.entcom.2017.02.001

Karyn Riddle, Zhen Di, Sunghak Kim, Eunyoung Myung, Swee Kiat Tay, Fangxin Xu (2017) The unexpected comfort of wearing headphones: Emotional and cognitive effects of headphone use when playing a bloody video game, Entertainment Computing 19, p. 43-52, Elsevier B.V., doi:10.1016/j.entcom.2016.10.004

Lidson Jacob, Esteban Clua, Daniel de Oliveira (2017) Oh Gosh!! Why is this game so hard? Identifying cycle patterns in 2D platform games using provenance data, Entertainment Computing 19, p. 65-81, Elsevier B.V., doi:10.1016/j.entcom.2016.12.002

() A machine learning approach to predict the winner in StarCraft based on influence maps - ScienceDirect, url

Antonio A. Sánchez-Ruiz, Maximiliano Miranda (2017) A machine learning approach to predict the winner in StarCraft based on influence maps, Entertainment Computing 19, p. 29-41, Elsevier B.V., doi:10.1016/j.entcom.2016.11.005

Javier Druet Honrubia, Luis Alfonso González de la Calzada, Javier Druet Honrubia, Luis Alfonso González de la Calzada (2017) Desarrollo de una herramienta de creación de videojuegos de rol táctico para escenarios isométricos compuestos por bloques

() Desarrollo de una herramienta de creación de videojuegos de rol táctico para escenarios isométricos compuestos por bloques - E-Prints Complutense, url

G. Peñas, F. Peinado (2017) Towards basic emotion recognition using players body and hands pose in virtual reality narrative experiences, CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1957

J. Esteve, F. Peinado (2017) FX interactive: Growth and decline of the Spanish video games publisher, CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1957

M.L. Ibáñez, N. Álvarez, F. Peinado (2017) A study on an efficient spatialisation technique for near-field sound in video games, CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1957

M. Miranda, A.A. Sánchez-Ruiz, F. Peinado (2017) Pac-Man or Pac-Bot? Exploring subjective perception of players’ humanity in Ms. Pac-Man, CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1957

Raghav Bhardwaj (2017) The Ergonomic Development of Video Game Controllers, doi:10.4172/2165-7556.1000209

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Alejandro Sánchez López, Fernando Romero de la Morena, Hector Martín Solís, Alejandro Sánchez López, Fernando Romero de la Morena, Hector Martín Solís (2016) Un sistema de control autónomo para personajes de videojuegos basado en el modelo cognitivo Creencia-Deseo-Intención

() Un sistema de control autónomo para personajes de videojuegos basado en el modelo cognitivo Creencia-Deseo-Intención - E-Prints Complutense, url

() La realidad virtual y su aplicación en el tratamiento de la demencia: Una revisión de la literatura científica | La Ciencia al Servicio de la Salud, url

R. Hervás, J. Arroyo, V. Francisco, F. Peinado, P. Gervás (2016) Influence of personal choices on lexical variability in referring expressions, Natural Language Engineering 22(2), doi:10.1017/S1351324915000182

M. Miranda, A.A. Sánchez-Ruiz, F. Peinado (2016) A neuroevolution approach to imitating human-like play in Ms. Pac-man video game, CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1682

M.L. Ibáñez, F. Peinado (2016) Walking in VR: Measuring presence and simulator sickness in first-person virtual reality games, CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1682

Daniel Vella (2016) "Who Am 'I' in the Game?": A Typology of the Modes of Ludic Subjectivity

() (17) (PDF) Measuring Presence: The Temple Presence Inventory, url

() Protege4Pizzas10Minutes - Protege Wiki, url

Santiago Ontañón, Gabriel Synnaeve, Alberto Uriarte, Florian Richoux, David Churchill, Mike Preuss (2015) RTS AI Problems and Techniques, Encyclopedia of Computer Graphics and Games, p. 1-12, Springer International Publishing, doi:10.1007/978-3-319-08234-9_17-1

N. Alvarez, F. Peinado (2015) Modelling suspicion as a game mechanism for designing a computer-played investigation character, CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1394(January)

M. Miranda, F. Peinado (2015) Improving the performance of a computer-controlled player in a maze chase game using evolutionary Programming on a finite-state machine, CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1394(January)

Gary Klein (2015) A naturalistic decision making perspective on studying intuitive decision making, Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 4(3), p. 164-168, Elsevier Inc., doi:10.1016/j.jarmac.2015.07.001

Einir Einisson, Gísli Böðvar, Guðmundsson Steingrímur, Arnar Jónsson, Hannes Högni, Vilhjálmsson David, James Thue () Virtual Reality RPG Spoken Dialog System

() INVESTIGACIÓN SOBRE PSICOLOGIA DE LA MOTIVACIÓN EN LAS UNIVERSIDADES ESPAÑOLAS, url

Glen Robertson, Ian Watson (2014) A review of real-time strategy game AI, AI Magazine 35(4), p. 75-104, AI Access Foundation, doi:10.1609/aimag.v35i4.2478

Emese Domahidi, Ruth Festl, Thorsten Quandt (2014) To dwell among gamers: Investigating the relationship between social online game use and gaming-related friendships, Computers in Human Behavior 35, p. 107-115, url, doi:10.1016/j.chb.2014.02.023

Agustín C. Caminero, Antonio Robles-Gómez, Salvador Ros, Roberto Hernández, Llanos Tobarra (2013) P2P-based resource discovery in dynamic grids allowing multi-attribute and range queries, Parallel Computing 39(10), p. 615-637, doi:10.1016/j.parco.2013.08.003

Raul Lara-Cabrera, Carlos Cotta, Antonio J. Fernandez-Leiva (2013) A review of computational intelligence in RTS games, Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE Symposium on Foundations of Computational Intelligence, FOCI 2013 - 2013 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence, SSCI 2013, p. 114-121, doi:10.1109/FOCI.2013.6602463

Nick Redfern (2013) Film style and narration in Rashomon, Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema 5(2), p. 21-36, url, doi:10.1386/jjkc.5.1-2.21_1

() Virtual storyteller: reader takes charge of story, url

() Generating Procedural Narrative - Nonadecimal Creative, url

Andrew J Reagan, Lewis Mitchell, Dilan Kiley, Christopher M Danforth, Peter Sheridan Dodds () The emotional arcs of stories are dominated by six basic shapes, url

José Luis Orihuela Colliva () El narrador en la ficción interactiva. El jardinero y el laberinto | Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes, url

Brian McKernan (2013) The Morality of Play, Games and Culture 8(5), p. 307-329, url, doi:10.1177/1555412013493133

Richard J. Samworth (2012) Optimal weighted nearest neighbour classifiers, Annals of Statistics 40(5), p. 2733-2763, doi:10.1214/12-AOS1049

V. Francisco, R. Hervás, F. Peinado, P. Gervás (2012) EmoTales: Creating a corpus of folk tales with emotional annotations, Language Resources and Evaluation 46(3), doi:10.1007/s10579-011-9140-5

D. Oyarzun, F. Peinado, R.M. Young, A. Elizalde, G. Méndez (2012) Preface, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 7648 LNCS

N. Álvarez, F. Peinado (2012) Exploring body language as narrative interface, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 7648 LNCS, doi:10.1007/978-3-642-34851-8-19

Federico Peinado (2010) La evolución tecnológica de los generadores de historias, Congreso Internacional de Videojuegos UCM

Federico Peinado, Virginia Francisco, Raquel Hervás, Pablo Gervás, F Peinado, Á V Francisco Á R Hervás, V Francisco, R Hervás, P Gervás (2010) Assessing the Novelty of Computer-Generated Narratives Using Empirical Metrics 20, p. 565-588, doi:10.1007/s11023-010-9209-8

Federico Peinado, Virginia Francisco, Raquel Hervás, Pablo Gervás (2010) Assessing the novelty of computer-generated narratives using empirical metrics, Minds and Machines. Special Issue on Computational Creativity 20(4), p. 565–588

V. Francisco, F. Peinado, R. Hervás, P. Gervás (2010) Semantic web approaches to the extraction and representation of emotions in texts, Semantic Web: Standards, Tools and Ontologies

P. Lendvai, T. Declerck, S. Darányi, P. Gervás, R. Hervás, S. Malec, F. Peinado (2010) Integration of linguistic markup into semantic models of folk narratives: The fairy tale use case, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, LREC 2010

Federico Peinado (2010) La evolución tecnológica de los generadores de historias, Congreso Internacional de Videojuegos UCM

Virginia Francisco, Pablo Gervás, Federico Peinado (2010) Ontological reasoning for improving the treatment of emotions in text, Knowledge and Information Systems 25(3), p. 421-443

Barbara Krahé, Ingrid Möller (2010) Longitudinal effects of media violence on aggression and empathy among German adolescents, Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 31(5), p. 401-409, url, doi:10.1016/j.appdev.2010.07.003

Ben G. Weber, Michael Mateas (2009) A data mining approach to strategy prediction, CIG2009 - 2009 IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Games, p. 140-147, doi:10.1109/CIG.2009.5286483

Federico Peinado (2008) A Generic Interface for Controlling Virtual Environments in Interactive Applications, International Conference on Computing

Carlos León, Federico Peinado, Álvaro Navarro, Héctor Cortiguera (2008) An Intelligent Plot-Centric Interface for Mastering Computer Role-Playing Games, Joint International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling, url

Federico Peinado, Álvaro Navarro, Pablo Gervás (2008) A Testbed Environment for Interactive Storytellers, International Conference on Inteligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment

Federico Peinado, Marc Cavazza, David Pizzi (2008) Revisiting Character-Based Affective Storytelling under a Narrative BDI Framework, Joint International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling, url

Federico Peinado (2008) Un Armazón para el Desarrollo de Aplicaciones de Narración Automática basado en Componentes Ontológicos Reutilizables, Departamento de Ingeniería del Software e Inteligencia Artificial

Federico Peinado, Álvaro Navarro, Pablo Gervás (2008) A Testbed Environment for Interactive Storytellers

Carlos León, Federico Peinado, Alvaro Navarro, Héctor Cortiguera () An Intelligent Plot-Centric Interface for Mastering Computer Role-Playing Games

Federico Peinado, Marc Cavazza, David Pizzi (2008) Revisiting Character-Based Affective Storytelling under a Narrative BDI Framework, LNCS 5334, p. 83-88

Federico Peinado, Michael Santorum () Juego Emergente: ¿Nuevas formas de contar historias en videojuegos? Emergent Game: New ways for storytelling in videogames?

Federico Peinado, Profesor José, García Santesmases () Narración Digital e Interactiva: Dirección automática de entornos virtuales, url

Federico Peinado, Michael Santorum () Nº 8-REVISTA DE COMUNICACIÓN Y NUEVAS, url

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Federico Peinado, Profesor José, García Santesmases () Interactive Digital Storytelling: Automatic direction of virtual environments, url

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gerv´as, Gerv´ Gerv´as, Profesor José, García Santesmases, Madrid Spain () Evaluation of Automatic Generation of Basic Stories, url

Presentada D por Federico Peinado Gil Dirigida por el D Pablo Gervás Gómez-Navarro (2008) Tesis doctoral

Holger Danielsiek, Raphael Sẗuer, Andreas Thom, Nicola Beume, Boris Naujoks, Mike Preuss (2008) Intelligent moving of groups in real-time strategy games, 2008 IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Games, CIG 2008, p. 71-78, doi:10.1109/CIG.2008.5035623

F. Peinado, A. Navarro, P. Gervás (2008) A testbed environment for interactive storytellers, INTETAIN 2008 - 2nd International Conference on INtelligent TEchnologies for Interactive EnterTAINment

F. Peinado, M. Cavazza, D. Pizzi (2008) Revisiting character-based affective storytelling under a narrative BDI framework, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 5334 LNCS, doi:10.1007/978-3-540-89454-4_13

Federico Peinado, Marc Cavazza, David Pizzi (2008) Revisiting Character-Based Affective Storytelling under a Narrative BDI Framework, Joint International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling, url

C. León, F. Peinado, Á. Navarro, H. Cortiguera (2008) An intelligent plot-centric interface for mastering computer role-playing games, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 5334 LNCS, doi:10.1007/978-3-540-89454-4_39

Federico Peinado, Álvaro Navarro, Pablo Gervás (2008) A Testbed Environment for Interactive Storytellers, International Conference on Inteligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment

Carlos León, Federico Peinado, Álvaro Navarro, Héctor Cortiguera (2008) An Intelligent Plot-Centric Interface for Mastering Computer Role-Playing Games, Joint International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling, url

Federico Peinado (2008) A Generic Interface for Controlling Virtual Environments in Interactive Applications, International Conference on Computing

Federico Peinado (2008) Un Armazón para el Desarrollo de Aplicaciones de Narración Automática basado en Componentes Ontológicos Reutilizables, Departamento de Ingeniería del Software e Inteligencia Artificial

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás (2007) Automatic Direction of Interactive Storytelling: Formalizing the Game Master Paradigm, International Conference on Virtual Storytelling: Using Virtual Reality Technologies for Storytelling

Virginia Francisco, Pablo Gervás, Federico Peinado (2007) Ontological Reasoning to Configure Emotional Voice Synthesis, International Conference on Web Reasoning and Rule Systems, url

Federico Peinado, Álvaro Navarro (2007) RCEI: An API for Remote Control of Narrative Environments, International Conference on Virtual Storytelling: Using Virtual Reality Technologies for Storytelling

Federico Peinado (2007) The Role of Automatic Storytellers in Learning Environments, Online Working Conference on Narrative and Learning Environments

Federico Peinado, Álvaro Navarro (2007) RCEI: An API for Remote Control of Narrative Environments, LNCS 4871, p. 181-186

Virginia Francisco, Pablo Gervás, Federico Peinado (2007) Ontological Reasoning to Configure Emotional Voice Synthesis, International Conference on Web Reasoning and Rule Systems, url

Federico Peinado (2007) The Role of Automatic Storytellers in Learning Environments, Online Working Conference on Narrative and Learning Environments

Federico Peinado, Álvaro Navarro (2007) RCEI: An API for Remote Control of Narrative Environments, International Conference on Virtual Storytelling: Using Virtual Reality Technologies for Storytelling

V. Francisco, P. Gervás, F. Peinado (2007) Ontological reasoning to configure emotional voice synthesis, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 4524 LNCS

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás (2007) Automatic Direction of Interactive Storytelling: Formalizing the Game Master Paradigm, International Conference on Virtual Storytelling: Using Virtual Reality Technologies for Storytelling

Federico Peinado, Michael Santorum (2006) De cómo la realidad puede tomar parte en juegos emergentes, La Revista Icono 14

Héctor Gómez-Gauchía, Federico Peinado (2006) Automatic Customization of Non-Player Characters Using Players Temperament, International Conference on Technologies for Interactive Digital Storytelling and Entertainment, url

Federico Peinado (2006) Interactive Digital Storytelling: Automatic Direction of Virtual Environments, Upgrade. Monograph: Virtual Environments

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás (2006) Minstrel Reloaded: From the Magic of Lisp to the Formal Semantics of OWL, International Conference on Technologies for Interactive Digital Storytelling and Entertainment, url

Federico Peinado (2006) Narración Digital e Interactiva: Dirección automática de entornos virtuales, Novática: Entornos Virtuales

Pablo Gervás, Birte Lönneker-Rodman, Jan Christoph Meister, Federico Peinado (2006) Narrative Models: Narratology Meets Artificial Intelligence, International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation. Satellite Workshop: Toward Computational Models of Literary Analysis

Federico Peinado, Mateus Mendes (2006) Ontologies and Knowledge Bases: State-Of-The-Art Report. Informe Técnico 9/06

Federico Peinado, Mateus Mendes, Dpto Sistemas Informáticos Y Programación (2006) Ontologies and Knowledge Bases: State-Of-The-Art Report

Federico Peinado (2006) Interactive Digital Storytelling: Automatic Direction of Virtual Environments, Upgrade. Monograph: Virtual Environments

Federico Peinado, Mateus Mendes (2006) Ontologies and Knowledge Bases: State-Of-The-Art Report. Informe Técnico 9/06

Héctor Gómez-Gauchía, Federico Peinado (2006) Automatic Customization of Non-Player Characters Using Players Temperament, International Conference on Technologies for Interactive Digital Storytelling and Entertainment, url

Pablo Gervás, Birte Lönneker-Rodman, Jan Christoph Meister, Federico Peinado (2006) Narrative Models: Narratology Meets Artificial Intelligence, International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation. Satellite Workshop: Toward Computational Models of Literary Analysis

Federico Peinado (2006) Narración Digital e Interactiva: Dirección automática de entornos virtuales, Novática: Entornos Virtuales

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás (2006) Evaluation of Automatic Generation of Basic Stories, New Generation Computing, Computational Paradigms and Computational Intelligence. Special issue: Computational Creativity 24(3), p. 289-302

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás (2006) Minstrel Reloaded: From the Magic of Lisp to the Formal Semantics of OWL, International Conference on Technologies for Interactive Digital Storytelling and Entertainment, url

H. Gómez-Gauchía, F. Peinado (2006) Automatic customization of non-player characters using players temperament, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 4326 LNCS

Federico Peinado, Michael Santorum (2006) De cómo la realidad puede tomar parte en juegos emergentes, La Revista Icono 14

Thomas H. Apperley (2006) Genre and game studies: Toward a critical approach to video game genres, Simulation & Gaming 37(1), p. 6-23, url, doi:10.1177/1046878105282278

Federico Peinado, Pedro Pablo Gómez-Martín, Marco Antonio Gómez-Martín (2005) A Game Architecture for Emergent Story-Puzzles in a Persistent World, International Conference of the Digital Games Research Association

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás (2005) A Generative and Case-based Implementation of Proppian Morphology, Joint International Conference of the Association for Computers and the Humanities and the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás (2005) Creativity Issues in Plot Generation, International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence. Workshop on Computational Creativity

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás, Pablo Moreno-Ger (2005) Interactive Storytelling in Educational Environments, International Conference on Multimedia and ICT´s in Education: Recent Research Developments in Learning Technologies

Federico Peinado, Michael Santorum (2005) Juego Emergente: ¿Nuevas Formas de Contar Historias en Videojuegos?, La Revista Icono 14

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás (2005) KIIDSOnto: An OWL DL Ontology for Narrative Reasoning, International Protégé Conference.

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás, Pablo Moreno-Ger (2005) Interactive storytelling in educational environments, p. 1

Birte Lönneker, Jan Christoph Meister, Pablo Gervás, Federico Peinado, Uni Madrid, Michael Mateas, Jan Christoph () Story Generators: Models and Approaches for the Generation of Literary Artefacts "Dream on": Designing the ideal Story Generator Algorithm ACH/ALLC 2005

Federico Peinado (2005) A Game Architecture for Emergent Story-Puzzles in a Persistent World

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás, Dpto Sistemas Informáticos Y Programación () Creativity Issues in Plot Generation, url

Pablo Gervás, Birte Lönneker-Rodman, Jan Christoph Meister, Federico Peinado () Narrative Models: Narratology Meets Artificial Intelligence, url

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás () Minstrel Reloaded: From the Magic of Lisp to the Formal Semantics of OWL

Hector Gómez-Gauchía, Federico Peinado () Automatic Customization of Non-Player Characters using Players Temperament, url

Virginia Francisco, Pablo Gervás, Federico Peinado () Ontological Reasoning to Configure Emotional Voice Synthesis

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás () Automatic Direction of Interactive Storytelling: Formalizing the Game Master Paradigm

F. Peinado, P.P. Gómez-Martín, M.A. Gómez-Martín (2005) A game architecture for emergent story-puzzles in a persistent world, Proceedings of DiGRA 2005 Conference: Changing Views - Worlds in Play

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás (2005) A Generative and Case-based Implementation of Proppian Morphology, Joint International Conference of the Association for Computers and the Humanities and the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás (2005) Creativity Issues in Plot Generation, International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence. Workshop on Computational Creativity

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás (2005) KIIDSOnto: An OWL DL Ontology for Narrative Reasoning, International Protégé Conference.

Federico Peinado, Michael Santorum (2005) Juego Emergente: ¿Nuevas Formas de Contar Historias en Videojuegos?, La Revista Icono 14

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás, Pablo Moreno-Ger (2005) Interactive Storytelling in Educational Environments, International Conference on Multimedia and ICT´s in Education: Recent Research Developments in Learning Technologies

Pablo Gervás, Belén Díaz-Agudo, Federico Peinado, Raquel Hervás (2005) Story Plot Generation based on CBR, Knowledge-Based Systems. Special issue: AI-2004 18(4-5), p. 235-242

Federico Peinado, Pedro Pablo Gómez-Martín, Marco Antonio Gómez-Martín (2005) A Game Architecture for Emergent Story-Puzzles in a Persistent World, International Conference of the Digital Games Research Association

Belén Díaz-Agudo, Pablo Gervás, Federico Peinado (2004) A Case Based Reasoning Approach to Story Plot Generation, European Conference on Case Based Reasoning. Advances in Case Based Reasoning

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás, Belén Díaz-Agudo (2004) A Description Logic Ontology for Fairy Tale Generation, International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation: Workshop on Language Resources for Linguistic Creativity

Federico Peinado, Miguel Ancochea, Pablo Gervás (2004) Automated Control of Interactions in Virtual Spaces: a Useful Task for Exploratory Creativity, European Conference on Case Based Reasoning. Joint Workshop on Computational Creativity

Federico Peinado (2004) Mediación Inteligente entre Autores e Interactores para Sistemas de Narración Digital Interactiva

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás (2004) Transferring Game Mastering Laws to Interactive Digital Storytelling, International Conference on Technologies for Interactive Digital Storytelling and Entertainment

Federico Peinado, Gil Tutor, Pablo Gervás Gómez-Navarro (2004) Mediación Inteligente entre Autores e Interactores para Sistemas de Narración Digital Interactiva

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás, Belén Díaz-Agudo () A Description Logic Ontology for Fairy Tale Generation, url

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás () Transferring Game Mastering Laws to Interactive Digital Storytelling

Federico Peinado, Miguel Ancochea, Pablo Gervás () Automated Control of Interactions in Virtual Spaces: a Useful Task for Exploratory Creativity

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Belén Díaz-Agudo, Pablo Gervás, Federico Peinado (2004) A Case Based Reasoning Approach to Story Plot Generation, European Conference on Case Based Reasoning. Advances in Case Based Reasoning

Federico Peinado, Miguel Ancochea, Pablo Gervás (2004) Automated Control of Interactions in Virtual Spaces: a Useful Task for Exploratory Creativity, European Conference on Case Based Reasoning. Joint Workshop on Computational Creativity

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás, Belén Díaz-Agudo (2004) A Description Logic Ontology for Fairy Tale Generation, International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation: Workshop on Language Resources for Linguistic Creativity

Federico Peinado, P Gervas (2004) Transferring game mastering laws to interactive digital storytelling, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, p. 48–54, Springer, pdf

Federico Peinado (2004) Mediación Inteligente entre Autores e Interactores para Sistemas de Narración Digital Interactiva

B. Díaz-Agudo, P. Gervás, F. Peinado (2004) A case based reasoning approach to story plot generation, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 3155

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2021

M. López Ibáñez, M. Miranda, N. Alvarez, F. Peinado (2021) Using gestural emotions recognised through a neural network as input for an adaptive music system in virtual reality, Entertainment Computing 38, doi:10.1016/j.entcom.2021.100404

2020

M. Miranda, A.A. Sánchez-Ruiz, F. Peinado (2020) Building Non-player Character Behaviors By Imitation Using Interactive Case-Based Reasoning, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 12311 LNAI, doi:10.1007/978-3-030-58342-2_17

2019

M. Miranda, A.A. Sánchez-Ruiz, F. Peinado (2019) Towards Human-Like Bots Using Online Interactive Case-Based Reasoning, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 11680 LNAI, doi:10.1007/978-3-030-29249-2_21

2018

M. López Ibáñez, N. Álvarez, F. Peinado (2018) Towards an emotion-driven adaptive system for video game music, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 10714 LNCS, doi:10.1007/978-3-319-76270-8_25

G. Peñas, F. Peinado (2018) An approach to basic emotion recognition through players body pose using virtual reality devices, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 10714 LNCS, doi:10.1007/978-3-319-76270-8_5

2017

M. Miranda, A.A. Sánchez-Ruiz, F. Peinado (2017) Pac-Man or Pac-Bot? Exploring subjective perception of players’ humanity in Ms. Pac-Man, CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1957

M.L. Ibáñez, N. Álvarez, F. Peinado (2017) A study on an efficient spatialisation technique for near-field sound in video games, CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1957

J. Esteve, F. Peinado (2017) FX interactive: Growth and decline of the Spanish video games publisher, CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1957

G. Peñas, F. Peinado (2017) Towards basic emotion recognition using players body and hands pose in virtual reality narrative experiences, CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1957

2016

R. Hervás, J. Arroyo, V. Francisco, F. Peinado, P. Gervás (2016) Influence of personal choices on lexical variability in referring expressions, Natural Language Engineering 22(2), doi:10.1017/S1351324915000182

M. Miranda, A.A. Sánchez-Ruiz, F. Peinado (2016) A neuroevolution approach to imitating human-like play in Ms. Pac-man video game, CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1682

M.L. Ibáñez, F. Peinado (2016) Walking in VR: Measuring presence and simulator sickness in first-person virtual reality games, CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1682

2015

M. Miranda, F. Peinado (2015) Improving the performance of a computer-controlled player in a maze chase game using evolutionary Programming on a finite-state machine, CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1394(January)

N. Alvarez, F. Peinado (2015) Modelling suspicion as a game mechanism for designing a computer-played investigation character, CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1394(January)

2012

V. Francisco, R. Hervás, F. Peinado, P. Gervás (2012) EmoTales: Creating a corpus of folk tales with emotional annotations, Language Resources and Evaluation 46(3), doi:10.1007/s10579-011-9140-5

D. Oyarzun, F. Peinado, R.M. Young, A. Elizalde, G. Méndez (2012) Preface, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 7648 LNCS

N. Álvarez, F. Peinado (2012) Exploring body language as narrative interface, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 7648 LNCS, doi:10.1007/978-3-642-34851-8-19

2010

P. Lendvai, T. Declerck, S. Darányi, P. Gervás, R. Hervás, S. Malec, F. Peinado (2010) Integration of linguistic markup into semantic models of folk narratives: The fairy tale use case, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, LREC 2010

V. Francisco, F. Peinado, R. Hervás, P. Gervás (2010) Semantic web approaches to the extraction and representation of emotions in texts, Semantic Web: Standards, Tools and Ontologies

Federico Peinado (2010) La evolución tecnológica de los generadores de historias, Congreso Internacional de Videojuegos UCM

Federico Peinado, Virginia Francisco, Raquel Hervás, Pablo Gervás (2010) Assessing the novelty of computer-generated narratives using empirical metrics, Minds and Machines. Special Issue on Computational Creativity 20(4), p. 565–588

Virginia Francisco, Pablo Gervás, Federico Peinado (2010) Ontological reasoning for improving the treatment of emotions in text, Knowledge and Information Systems 25(3), p. 421-443

2008

F. Peinado, M. Cavazza, D. Pizzi (2008) Revisiting character-based affective storytelling under a narrative BDI framework, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 5334 LNCS, doi:10.1007/978-3-540-89454-4_13

F. Peinado, A. Navarro, P. Gervás (2008) A testbed environment for interactive storytellers, INTETAIN 2008 - 2nd International Conference on INtelligent TEchnologies for Interactive EnterTAINment

C. León, F. Peinado, Á. Navarro, H. Cortiguera (2008) An intelligent plot-centric interface for mastering computer role-playing games, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 5334 LNCS, doi:10.1007/978-3-540-89454-4_39

Federico Peinado (2008) Un Armazón para el Desarrollo de Aplicaciones de Narración Automática basado en Componentes Ontológicos Reutilizables, Departamento de Ingeniería del Software e Inteligencia Artificial

Federico Peinado, Marc Cavazza, David Pizzi (2008) Revisiting Character-Based Affective Storytelling under a Narrative BDI Framework, Joint International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling, url

Federico Peinado, Álvaro Navarro, Pablo Gervás (2008) A Testbed Environment for Interactive Storytellers, International Conference on Inteligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment

Carlos León, Federico Peinado, Álvaro Navarro, Héctor Cortiguera (2008) An Intelligent Plot-Centric Interface for Mastering Computer Role-Playing Games, Joint International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling, url

Federico Peinado (2008) A Generic Interface for Controlling Virtual Environments in Interactive Applications, International Conference on Computing

2007

V. Francisco, P. Gervás, F. Peinado (2007) Ontological reasoning to configure emotional voice synthesis, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 4524 LNCS

Federico Peinado (2007) The Role of Automatic Storytellers in Learning Environments, Online Working Conference on Narrative and Learning Environments

Federico Peinado, Álvaro Navarro (2007) RCEI: An API for Remote Control of Narrative Environments, International Conference on Virtual Storytelling: Using Virtual Reality Technologies for Storytelling

Virginia Francisco, Pablo Gervás, Federico Peinado (2007) Ontological Reasoning to Configure Emotional Voice Synthesis, International Conference on Web Reasoning and Rule Systems, url

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás (2007) Automatic Direction of Interactive Storytelling: Formalizing the Game Master Paradigm, International Conference on Virtual Storytelling: Using Virtual Reality Technologies for Storytelling

2006

H. Gómez-Gauchía, F. Peinado (2006) Automatic customization of non-player characters using players temperament, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 4326 LNCS

Federico Peinado, Mateus Mendes (2006) Ontologies and Knowledge Bases: State-Of-The-Art Report. Informe Técnico 9/06

Pablo Gervás, Birte Lönneker-Rodman, Jan Christoph Meister, Federico Peinado (2006) Narrative Models: Narratology Meets Artificial Intelligence, International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation. Satellite Workshop: Toward Computational Models of Literary Analysis

Federico Peinado (2006) Narración Digital e Interactiva: Dirección automática de entornos virtuales, Novática: Entornos Virtuales

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás (2006) Minstrel Reloaded: From the Magic of Lisp to the Formal Semantics of OWL, International Conference on Technologies for Interactive Digital Storytelling and Entertainment, url

Federico Peinado (2006) Interactive Digital Storytelling: Automatic Direction of Virtual Environments, Upgrade. Monograph: Virtual Environments

Héctor Gómez-Gauchía, Federico Peinado (2006) Automatic Customization of Non-Player Characters Using Players Temperament, International Conference on Technologies for Interactive Digital Storytelling and Entertainment, url

Federico Peinado, Michael Santorum (2006) De cómo la realidad puede tomar parte en juegos emergentes, La Revista Icono 14

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás (2006) Evaluation of Automatic Generation of Basic Stories, New Generation Computing, Computational Paradigms and Computational Intelligence. Special issue: Computational Creativity 24(3), p. 289-302

2005

F. Peinado, P.P. Gómez-Martín, M.A. Gómez-Martín (2005) A game architecture for emergent story-puzzles in a persistent world, Proceedings of DiGRA 2005 Conference: Changing Views - Worlds in Play

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás (2005) KIIDSOnto: An OWL DL Ontology for Narrative Reasoning, International Protégé Conference.

Federico Peinado, Michael Santorum (2005) Juego Emergente: ¿Nuevas Formas de Contar Historias en Videojuegos?, La Revista Icono 14

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás, Pablo Moreno-Ger (2005) Interactive Storytelling in Educational Environments, International Conference on Multimedia and ICT´s in Education: Recent Research Developments in Learning Technologies

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás (2005) Creativity Issues in Plot Generation, International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence. Workshop on Computational Creativity

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás (2005) A Generative and Case-based Implementation of Proppian Morphology, Joint International Conference of the Association for Computers and the Humanities and the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing

Federico Peinado, Pedro Pablo Gómez-Martín, Marco Antonio Gómez-Martín (2005) A Game Architecture for Emergent Story-Puzzles in a Persistent World, International Conference of the Digital Games Research Association

Pablo Gervás, Belén Díaz-Agudo, Federico Peinado, Raquel Hervás (2005) Story Plot Generation based on CBR, Knowledge-Based Systems. Special issue: AI-2004 18(4-5), p. 235-242

2004

B. Díaz-Agudo, P. Gervás, F. Peinado (2004) A case based reasoning approach to story plot generation, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 3155

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás (2004) Transferring Game Mastering Laws to Interactive Digital Storytelling, International Conference on Technologies for Interactive Digital Storytelling and Entertainment

Federico Peinado (2004) Mediación Inteligente entre Autores e Interactores para Sistemas de Narración Digital Interactiva

Federico Peinado, Miguel Ancochea, Pablo Gervás (2004) Automated Control of Interactions in Virtual Spaces: a Useful Task for Exploratory Creativity, European Conference on Case Based Reasoning. Joint Workshop on Computational Creativity

Federico Peinado, Pablo Gervás, Belén Díaz-Agudo (2004) A Description Logic Ontology for Fairy Tale Generation, International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation: Workshop on Language Resources for Linguistic Creativity

Belén Díaz-Agudo, Pablo Gervás, Federico Peinado (2004) A Case Based Reasoning Approach to Story Plot Generation, European Conference on Case Based Reasoning. Advances in Case Based Reasoning

Federico Peinado, P Gervas (2004) Transferring game mastering laws to interactive digital storytelling, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, p. 48–54, Springer, pdf

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