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Modeling the Function of Narrative in Expertise

W. Korey MacDougall, Robert L. West, Christopher Genovesi, Marc Herbstritt
2014 Workshop on Computational Models of Narrative  
The use of narrative is ubiquitous in the development, exercise, and communication of expertise.  ...  Finally, we briefly explore the role of narrative in an SGOMS model of cooperative video game playing.  ...  And finally, planning units allow for interruption and resumption.  ... 
doi:10.4230/oasics.cmn.2014.116 dblp:conf/cmn/MacDougallWG14 fatcat:uhuvoaak3rfhrpecj2bwemicri

Linkage in narratives: A comparison between monolingual speakers of French and Italian, and early and late French-Italian bilinguals

Silvia Natale
2013 International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching  
The implications of this contrast for information structure include differences in topic management within the sequence of events.  ...  The organization of information is analyzed in this study, on the basis of retellings of a silent film, in terms of devices used in the coordination and subordination of events within the narrative sequence  ...  Example 4 below illustrates how events are categorised as belonging to either the main structure, i.e., the event sequence, or to side structures of the narrative, with examples for relative clauses for  ... 
doi:10.1515/iral-2013-0007 fatcat:o4zffym6gncejh4nkbl4nkjuqa

An Event-Centric Planning Approach for Dynamic Real-Time Narrative

Alexander Shoulson, Max L. Gilbert, Mubbasir Kapadia, Norman I. Badler
2013 Proceedings of Motion on Games - MIG '13  
Abstract In this paper, we propose an event-centric planning framework for directing interactive narratives in complex 3D environments populated by virtual humans.  ...  Events are defined by preconditions, postconditions, costs, and a centralized behavior structure that simultaneously manages multiple participating actors and objects.  ...  Government is authorized to reproduce and distribute reprints for Government purposes notwithstanding any copyright notation heron.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2522628.2522629 dblp:conf/mig/ShoulsonGKB13 fatcat:anwtmvw735gmdjxokvntnmhr2e

Narrative Discourse Intervention for School-Aged Children With Language Impairment

Sandra Laing Gillam, Ronald B. Gillam
2016 Topics in Language Disorders  
Narrative language proficiency is a critical contributor to academic success for school-aged students.  ...  Quantitative results from summarized studies show that SKILL is associated with consistently moderate to large effect sizes for improving narrative proficiency, ranging from 0.66 to 2.54 for students with  ...  Jon's stories were scored for macrostructure (character, setting, initiating event, internal response, plan, attempt, consequence; total possible score = 21), microstructure (coordinated and subordinated  ... 
doi:10.1097/tld.0000000000000081 fatcat:lnde43pgu5dihncsgolmlx2ppm

Believable Agents and Intelligent Story Adaptation for Interactive Storytelling [chapter]

Mark O. Riedl, Andrew Stern
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Interactive narrative requires two seemingly conflicting requirements: coherent narrative and user agency.  ...  of agency with narrative plot control.  ...  This plan represents the narrative that will execute if the trainee does not inadvertently (or intentionally) cause an inconsistency between the simulation state and the plan structure.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11944577_1 fatcat:5xdqhntr3za5lnogjghtx2xw2i

Temporality in business networks: The role of narratives and management technologies

Luis Araujo, Geoff Easton
2012 Industrial Marketing Management  
The innovation literature highlights the role of narrative in helping actors to negotiate uncertainty and construct spaces for action in a world of continuous flow.  ...  Management technologies help stabilise entities and relationship amongst entities in what otherwise is a chaotic world of events and flux.  ...  Narratives craft coherence amongst otherwise disparate and fragmented events, allow for coordination and communication across specialist boundaries and help mobilise support for particular courses of action  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.indmarman.2012.01.014 fatcat:aubkndevhfhulk3mlxmrkujcrm

Monitoring Indicators of Scholarly Language

Sandra Laing Gillam, Ronald B. Gillam, Jamison D. Fargo, Abbie Olszewski, Hugo Segura
2016 Communication Disorders Quarterly  
The MISL total score demonstrated acceptable levels of internal consistency reliability, inter-rater reliability, and construct validity for use as a progress-monitoring tool for specific aspects of narrative  ...  The MISL holds promise as a tool for tracking growth in narrative language proficiency that may be taught as part of an intervention program to support the Common Core Standards related to literacy.  ...  for Educational Sciences, National Center for Special Education Research (Award Number R324A100063).  ... 
doi:10.1177/1525740116651442 fatcat:hcjtme5meba5hcrhts37p5xjki

Event-Centric Control for Background Agents [chapter]

Alexander Shoulson, Norman I. Badler
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
What results a structure for controlling macroscopic behavior for groups of background agents.  ...  This allows us to control macro-level group behavior with a centralized entity called the Group Coordinator that dispatches events to agents based on their situational and locational context (which can  ...  Government is authorized to reproduce and distribute reprints for Government purposes notwithstanding any copyright notation heron.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-25289-1_21 fatcat:aoju6b6nabfhjgmvj5w63oytje

Uncommon genetic syndromes and narrative production - Case Studies with Williams, Smith-Magenis and Prader-Willi Syndromes?

Elena Garayzábal, Magdalena Capó, Esther Moruno, Óscar F Gonçalves, Montserrat Férnandez, MarÍa Lens, Adriana Sampaio
2012 International Journal of Developmental Disabilities  
b) Structural coherence Does the narrative make reference to: And then, what happened? -an initial event? -an internal response to the event? -an action?  ...  figure 2 2 Scores for the subdimensions of narrative structure and coherence in participants with WS, SMS, and PWS.  ... 
doi:10.1179/2047387711y.0000000008 fatcat:qmdkuz6mvrdszopd3kcwx2lh4m


Richard DOUZJIAN, Teruyuki MONNAI
2011 Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)  
to the narrative organizational structures, or syuzhet.  ...  We also focus on the segmentation and the organizational structures of a case study narrative film, Russian Ark, by using structuralist semio-linguistics 2 that allows us to analyze it from its smallest  ...  We observe in the DPG that Ds is in function of T, and �z and �z advance in function of their corresponding coordinates in time and space, giving us the following: Ds=f(T), and �z(Ex;t) and �z(�x;t).  ... 
doi:10.3130/aija.76.341 fatcat:sqa5jhu6szdgxjbf4ywjyls2ye

Page 76 of Journal of Family Psychology Vol. 13, Issue 1 [page]

1999 Journal of Family Psychology  
Thus, by its nature and its structure the family context is a primary site for the development of planning.  ...  Such communicative junc- tures may serve as opportunities for devising, refining, coordinating, or adjusting plans in relation to information from others.  ... 

Latino children's narrative competencies over the preschool years

Gigliana Melzi, Adina Schick, Emily Bostwick
2013 Actualidades en Psicología  
of narrative structure.  ...  At the same time, narratives lay the foundation for literacy acquisition (Dickinson & Smith, 1994; Snow, Tabors, & Dickinson, 2001) , as well as being important for children's future recall, planning,  ... 
doi:10.15517/ap.v27i115.9276 fatcat:ujilxo6w3fcavbufheb4yvjmgy

Failing Believably: Toward Drama Management with Autonomous Actors in Interactive Narratives [chapter]

Mark O. Riedl, Andrew Stern
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We describe technologies for implementing semiautonomous believable agents that can fail believably.  ...  One common interactive narrative technique is to use a drama manager to achieve a specific narrative experience.  ...  In the plan synergy approach [6; 7] , the plans of the agents at run-time must be coordinated and that coordination should occur as close to the leaves of the plan trees as possible for the crispest coordination  ... 
doi:10.1007/11944577_21 fatcat:tcrnmt24yzae3lmzilw67mlmk4

Goal-Directed Automated Negotiation for Supporting Mobile User Coordination [chapter]

Iyad Rahwan, Fernando Koch, Connor Graham, Anton Kattan, Liz Sonenberg
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
While interacting with other users in dynamic use contexts, one often aims at coordinating activities as events unfold. Such coordination can often be unplanned or impromptu.  ...  There are opportunities for supporting impromptu coordination among mobile individuals by representing and processing contextual information.  ...  Part (a) in Figure 6 shows a sketch of (parts of) the plan structures for Fred and Jack from the narrative. Part (b) shows Jack's modified plan, which can achieve his goals while also helping Fred.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11508373_29 fatcat:gsibr6rd6vb5fpedexejv7wrri

Rethinking strategy in environmental governance

Kristof Van Assche, Raoul Beunen, Monica Gruezmacher, Martijn Duineveld
2020 Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning  
They never entirely work out as expected or hoped for, yet these productive fictions are necessary and effective parts of planning and steering efforts. ARTICLE HISTORY  ...  Strategy is analyzed in its institutional and narrative dimensions.  ...  Institutions, as the rules and norms that structure interactions, act as tools for coordination.  ... 
doi:10.1080/1523908x.2020.1768834 fatcat:6t63ukhsafaoxowqy2ta4pecvu
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