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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Interactive Narrative is an approach to interactive entertainment that enables the player to make decisions that directly affect the direction and/or outcome of the narrative experience being delivered by the computer system. Interactive narrative requires two seemingly conflicting requirements: coherent narrative and user agency. We present an interactive narrative system that uses a combination of narrative control and autonomous believable character agents to augment a story world simulationdoi:10.1007/11944577_1 fatcat:5xdqhntr3za5lnogjghtx2xw2i