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The complexity of testing a motivational model of action selection for virtual humans

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2 Author(s)
de Sevin, E. ; Comput. Graphics Lab., Ecole Polytech. Fed. de Lausanne ; Thalmann, D.

After implementing a motivational model of action selection applied to autonomous virtual humans inspired by models of animals' decision-making, the problem consists of testing it in good conditions for validation. Indeed this model has to respect the six criteria that we define according to Tyrell's requirements for designing a mechanism of action selection. So we use the real-time framework VHD++ for advanced virtual human simulation and we define a simulated environment with many conflicting motivations. Finally a video shows the first results where the virtual human's decision-making follows the six criteria and so validates our model in the simulated environment

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Computer Graphics International, 2004. Proceedings

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19-19 June 2004