CSC 582 Computer Models of Interactive Narrative Section: 601
A theoretical and practical study of the computational models supporting the creation of interactive narrative systems. Topics include basic introductions to cognitive, linguistic and film theoretic models of narrative; representations and reasoning techniques from artificial intelligence related to the creation of storylines, dialog, camera control and other features of narrative in text-based and/or 3D virtual worlds; mechanisms for controlling character behavior in multi-agent multi-user stories; and applications of these techniques ranging from interactive entertainment to educational software to training simulations.
Engineering Online GRAD
- Classes Start:January 7, 2019
- Classes End:April 26, 2019
- Distance Education: Yes
- Class Type: Lecture
- Credits: 3.00
- Delivery Method: Internet
- Restrictions: ONLY distance-track students with grad standing in Computer Networking (CS or EE) or Computer Science may continue with registration. All other students must request enrollment through the EOL Registration System (http://go.ncsu.edu/eol_registration).