Fuzzy Micro-Agents for Interactive Narrative


  • Brian Magerko Georgia Tech
  • Casey Fiesler Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Allan Baumer Georgia Institute of Technology


interactive narrative, improvisation, cognition, intelligent agents


This paper describes our current approach in implementing computational improvisational micro-agents. This approach is intended to foster bottom-up research to better understand how to build more complex agent behaviors in a theatrical improvisational setting. Micro-agent designs are based on our current findings in a multi-year study focused on studying real life theatrical improvisers with an aim towards better understanding the cognition employed inimprovisation at the individual and group level. It also introduces a key architectural component from the domain of fuzzy logic that enables us to clearly represent some of our current findings.




How to Cite

Magerko, B., Fiesler, C., & Baumer, A. (2010). Fuzzy Micro-Agents for Interactive Narrative. Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Digital Entertainment, 6(1), 156-161. Retrieved from https://ojs.aaai.org/index.php/AIIDE/article/view/12412