An Architecture for Game Behavior AI: Behavior Multi-Queues

Maria Cutumisu, Duane Szafron
2009 Proceedings of the AAAI Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Digital Entertainment Conference  
We describe an AI behavior architecture that supports responsive collaborative interruptible and resumable behaviors using behavior queues. This architecture wraps sets of behaviors into roles, which provide a simple efficient mechanism for encapsulating behaviors into components that can change dynamically, based on environmental criteria. To illustrate the viability of this architecture in a commercial setting, we implemented this architecture in BioWare Corp.'s Neverwinter Nights game. To
more » ... onstrate the usability of this architecture by game designers, we implemented a simple interface in ScriptEase, so that the architecture can be utilized with no coding skills.
doi:10.1609/aiide.v5i1.12350 fatcat:dznjg5bnmbb65nxyru2hobj6ga