2000 Events

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November 3, 2000 | North Falmouth, MA
Jonathan Gratch: “Socially Situated Planning”
Speaker: Jonathan Gratch
Host: AAAI Fall Symposium on Socially Intelligent Agents

Virtual environments such as training simulators and video games do an impressive job at modeling the physical dynamics of synthetic worlds but fall short when …

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June 3, 2000 | Barcelona, Spain
Randall Hill, Jonathan Gratch, Paul S. Rosenbloom: “Flexible Group Behavior: Virtual Commanders for Synthetic Battlespaces”
Speaker: Randall Hill, Jonathan Gratch, Paul S. Rosenbloom
Host: 4th International Conference on Autonomous Agents

This paper describes a project to develop autonomous commander agents for synthetic battlespaces. The commander agents plan missions, monitor their execution, and replan when necessary. …

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June 1, 2000 | Barcelona, Spain
Jonathan Gratch: “Human-like behavior, alas, demands human-like intellect”
Speaker: Jonathan Gratch
Host: Agents 2000 Workshop on Achieving Human-like Behavior in Interactive Animated Agents

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May 1, 2000 | Orlando, FL
Young-jun Kim, Randall Hill, Jonathan Gratch: “How long can you look away from a target”
Speaker: Young-jun Kim, Randall Hill, Jonathan Gratch:
Host: 9th Conference on Computer Generated Forces & Behavioral Representation

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May 1, 2000 | Orlando, FL
Jonathan Gratch: “Modeling the interplay between emotion and decision making”
Speaker: Jonathan Gratch
Host: 9th Conference on Computer Generated Forces & Behavioral Representation

Current models of computer-generated forces are limited by their inability to model many of the moderators that influence the performance of real troops in the …

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