Computational Approaches to Narrative Suspense
Thanks to Dr. R. Michael Young for his class CSC582, Fall 2003, and Dr. Mark Riedl and Dr. Brad Mott for their wonderful bibliographies.
Keywords: planning, story, mediation, agent, emotion, intention, narrative, comprehension, NLP, pedagogy, AI
Mediation / Interactive Drama / User Interaction
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Computational Story Generation / Summary
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Mateas and Stern. (2002). Architecture, Authorial Idioms and Early Observations off the Interacttiive Drama Facade, Carnegie-Mellon University Technical Report CMU-CS-02-198
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|Darmstadt, Germany|| Theune, M., Faas, S., Nijholt, A., & Heylen, D. (2003). The virtual storyteller: Story creation by intelligent agents. In Proceedings of the First International Conference for Interactive Digital Storytelling and Entertainment, March 2003.|
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|Propp's Morphology||Diaz-Agudo, B., Gervas, P., and Peinado, F. (2004). A case based reasoning approach to story plot generation. In P. A. Gonzalez-Calero and P. Funk (Eds), Advances in Case-Based Reasoning. In Proceedings of the 7th European Conference on Case Based Reasoning, volume 3155 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 142-156, Madrid, Spain, 2004. Springer Verlag.|
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|Computer|| Rich Cullingford. (1977). SAM: a program that uses world knowledge to understand. ACM SIGART Bulletin, Issue 61, Pages: 53 - 54.|
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Discourse / Media
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|Camera Control|| Jhala, Arnav and Young, R. Michael. (2005). A Discourse Planning Approach for Cinematic Camera Control for Narratives in Virtual Environments. The Proceedings of the National Conference of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence.|
Bares, W.H. & Lester, J.C. (1999). Intelligent Multi-shot Visualization Intefaces for Dynamic 3D Worlds. Proceedings of the 1999 International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Los Angeles, 1999. pp. 119-126.
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|Narration||Elisabeth Andre, Kim Binsted, Kumiko Tanaka-Ishii, Sean Luke, Gerd Herzog, Thomas Rist. (2000). Three RoboCup Simulation League Commentator Systems. AI Magazine, 2000.|
Agent / Emotion
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|Affective Computing|| Knobloch, Silvia, Patzig, Grit, Mende Anna-Maria and Hastall, Matthias. (2004). Affective News: Effects of Discourse Structure in Narratives on Suspense, Curiosity . Communication Research.2004; (31), pp. 259-287.|
J Gratch, S Marsella. (2004). A Domain-independent Framework for Modeling Emotion. Journal of Cognitive Systems Research, 2004.
Micahel G. Dyer. (1983). The role of affect in narratives. Cognitive science, yr:1983 vol:7 iss:3 pg:211
|Mission Rehearsal, EMA|
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Marsella, Johnson and LeBore. (2000). Interactive Pedagogical Drama. 4th International Conference on Autonomous Agents, 2000.
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|Comprehension|| Emmott, C. (1997). Narrative Comprehension: Text, Knowledge and Inference Making. Narrative Comprehension: A Discourse Perspective, pp. 3-19. Oxford University Press.|
Graesser, A.C., and Wiemer-Hastings, K. (1999). Situation models and concepts in story comprehension. In Goldman, S.R., Graesser, A.C., and van den Broek, P. (Eds). Narrative comprehension, causality, and coherence. pp. 77-92. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
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O'Brien, E. J., and Myers, J. L. (1999). Text comprehension: A view from the bottom up. In Goldman, S. R., Graesser, A. C., and Trabasso, T. (eds.), Narrative Comprehension, Causality, and Coherence: Essays in Honor of Tom Trabasso, Erlbaum, Mahwah, NJ, pp. 35-55.
van den Broek, P. (1988). The effects of causal relations and hierarchical position on the importance of story statements. Journal of Memory and Language, 27, 1-22.
Gerrig, R.J. (1993). Experiencing Narrative Worlds: On the Psychological Activities of Reading . New Haven: Yale University Press.
Black, J.B. & Bower, G.H. (1980). Story understanding as problem-solving. Poetics, 9.
Sylvia Pantaleo. (2004). The Long, Long Way: Young Children Explore the Fabula and Syuzhet of Shortcut. Children¡®s Literature in Education. Volume 35, Number 1, pp. 1-20.
|Analysis|| Rimmon-Kenan, S. (2002). Narrative Fiction: Contemporary Poetics. New York: Metheun, Routledge.|
Chatman, S. (1978). Story and Discourse: narrative structure in fiction and film. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press.
Freytag, G. (1863). The Technique of the Drama. (Johnston Reprint Corp. 1968).
Prince, G. (1987). A Dictionary of Narratology. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.
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Michael Toolan. (2001). Narrative: A Critical Linguistic Introduction. Second Edition. London: Routledge.
Susan Onega and Jose Angel Garcia Landa, editors. (1996). Narratology: An Introduction. London: Longman.
Bal, M. (1997). Narratology: Introduction to the theory of Narrative . Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
|Narrative Intelligence|| Bruner, J. (1991). The Narrative Construction of Reality. Critical Inquiry, Vol. 18, No. 1. (Autumn, 1991), pp. 1-21.|
Mateas and Sengers (Eds.) (2003). Narrative Intelligence. John Benjamins Publishing Co. [link]
Psychology / Cognition
|Reasoning|| Bratman, M.E., Israel, D.J., & Pollack, M.E.(1988). Plans and resource-bounded practical reasoning. Computational Intelligence, 4(4), 349-355.|
Mary Jo Rattermanna, Lee Spectorb, Jordan Grafmanc, Harvey Levind, Harriet Harwarde. (2001). Partial and total-order planning: evidence from normal and prefrontally damaged populations. Cognitive Science 25, 941-975.
M. Bratman. (1990). "What is intention?" In Cohen, Morgan and Pollack (eds.) Intentions in Communication. MIT Press. Chapter 2.
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Lambert, L. & Carberry, S. (1991). A tripartite plan-based model of dialogue. In Proceedings of the 29th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, Berkely CA, June 1991.
|Suspense|| Brewer, W. F. (1996). The nature of narrative suspense and the problem of rereading. In P. Vorderer, H. J. Wulff, & M. Friedrichsen (Eds.), Suspense: Conceptualizations, theoretical analyses, and empirical explorations, pp. 107-127, Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.|
Brewer, W. F. and Ohttsuka, K.(1988). Story structure, characterization, just world organization, and reader affect in American and Hungarian short stories. Poetics, 17, 395-415.
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Gerrig, R., and Bernardo, D. (1994) Readers as problem-solvers in the experience of suspense. Poetics 1994;22, pp. 459-472.
Vorderer, P. (1996). Toward a Psychological Theory of Suspense. In Peter Vorderer, Hans J. Wulff, and Mike Friedrichsen (Eds.), Suspense: Conceptualizations, Theoretical Analyses, and Empirical Explorations, Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
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James E. Zull. (2002). The art of changing the brain: enriching teaching by exploring the biology of learning.Learning happens everywhere and changes the grain. Practice, emotion. Don't explain (demo, metaphore, story). Use the whole Brain. Riedl, M.O, & Young, R.M. (2004). A planning approach to story generation for history education. In Proceedings of the 2004 Conference on Narrative and Interactive Learning Environments.
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Thanks to Dr. David Herman for his ENG532 class, Spring 2004
Keywords: cognitive narratology, psychonarratology, analysis, social, face-to-face
Analysis / Structure / Definition
|Analysis|| Herman, D. (1999). Narratologies: New Perspectives on Narrative Analysis. Columbus: Ohio State University Press. Introduction (pp. 1-14).|
Herman. (2005). typescript of "Structuralist Narratology." To appear in David Herman, Manfred Jahn, and Marie-Laure Ryan, eds., The Routledge Encyclopedia of Narrative Theory. London: Routledge.
Genette, G. (1980). Narrative Discourse. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
Polkinghorne, D. (1988) chapter 2 and 6 of Narrative Knowing and the Human Sciences. Albany: SUNY Press.
A.-J. Greimas. (1983). Structural Semantics: An Attempt at a Method. pp. 197-213. First publ. as Semantique structurale: Recherche de methode (1966).
Steven Schneider. (Harvard University). The Paradox of Fiction, from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
Hayden White, "The Value of Narrativity in the Representation of Reality" (in Onega and Landa, pp. 273-85).
Marie-Laure Ryan. Narrative and the Split Condition of Digital Textuality.North Pole (experimental digital text), temperate zone, tropic (mass players). Ludos (competition centered) and Paida (free play). To satisfy the temprate zone users, the current games need rich narrative, conversation, emotion, complex personality abled characters, and need to concern beyond surface.
|Definition||Gerald Prince. (1995). "Narratology" The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism, vol. 8, edited by Raman Selden, pp. 110-30, 421-25. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.|
Mieke Bal. (1985). Narratology: Introduction to the Theory of Narrative. Trans. Christine van Boheemen. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Psycho / Cognitive Narratology
|Cognitive Narratology|| Herman, D. (2000). Narratology as a cognitive science. Image and Narrative.|
Herman, D. (2003). "Introduction" to Narrative Theory and the Cognitive Sciences (pp. 1-14). Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.
Herman, D. (2002). "Introduction" to Story Logic: Problems and Possibilities of Narrative (pp. 1-24). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
Ryan, M. (1985). "The Modal Structure of Narrative Universes." Poetics Today 6.4 (1985): 717-55.
Ryan, M. (1991). Possible Worlds, Artificial Intelligence and Narrative Theory. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Jerome Bruner. (1991). "The Narrative Construction of Reality." Critical Inquiry 18 (1991): 1-21.
Palmer, Alan. (2004). Fictional Minds. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
|Comprehension||Emmott, C. chapters 1, 4, and 5 of Narrative Comprehension: A Discourse Perspective. Oxford University Press.|
|Psychonarratology||Bortolussi, Marisa and Dixon, Peter. (2003). Psychonarratology: Foundations for the Empirical Study of Literary Response. Cambridge University Press.|
|Computer as a medium|| Ryan, M. (2001). chapter 7 of Narrative as Virtual Reality (pp. 204-24). Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press.|
Ryan, M.(1999). chapter 4: Cyberage Narratology. In David Herman, ed., Narratologies: New Perspectives on Narrative Analysis, pp. 113-41. Columbus: Ohio State University Press.
Coverly, Fibonacci's Daughter.
|Film||Bordwell. Narration in Fiction Film.|
Conversational / Face-to-Face / Social Narrative
|Conversational Storytelling|| Edwards, (1997). Structure and Function in the Analysis of Everyday Narratives. Narrative inquiry. vol:7, iss:1, pg:139.|
Labov, W.(1972). The Transformation of Experience in Narrative Syntax. Language in the Inner City, pp. 354-96. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Fleischman, S. (1997). "The 'Labovian Model' Revisited with Special Consideration of Literary Narrative." Journal of Narrative and Life History 7.1-4 (1997): 159-68.
Marjorie Harness Goodwin, chapters 9 and 10 of He-Said-She-Said: Talk as Social Organization among Black Children. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1990.
Fludernik, M. chapters 2 (excerpt) and 3 of Towards a "Natural" Narratology. London: Routledge, 1996.
Emanuel Schegloff. (1997). "'Narrative Analysis' Thirty Years Later." Journal of Narrative and Life History 7.1-4 (1997): 97-106.
Gail Jefferson. (1978). "Sequential Aspects of Storytelling in Conversation." In Jim Schenkein, ed., Strategies in the Organization of Conversational Interaction, pp. 219-48. New York: Academic Press.
Elinor Ochs and Lisa Capps (2001). chapter 1 of Living Narrative: Creating Lives in Everyday Storytelling (pp. xi, xii, and 1-58). Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP.
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Image & Narrative
International Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Thanks to Dr. James Lester for his CSC725, Spring 2005 at NCSU
DISCLAIMER: Some parts under this section are not quite related to the computatinoal narratology.
Keywords: planning, story, mediation, agent, emotion, intention, narrative, comprehension, NLP, pedagogy, AI
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