ICIDS 2010

The third International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling

November 1st - 3rd 2010

Edinburgh UK

 

ICIDS 2010 - Programme


Monday November 1st 2010


9.00 - 9.45         - Registration


9.45 - 10.00         - Introduction and welcome


10.00 - 11.00     - Invited talk by Michael Mateas


11.00 - 11.20     - Break Tea/coffee


11.20 - 12.50        - Session 1 - Characters and decision-making

        1. -Richard Paul, Darryl Charles, Michael McNeill and David McSherry - MIST: An Interactive Storytelling System with Variable Character Behavior

        2. -Mei Si, Stacy Marsella and David Pynadath - Importance of well-motivated characters in interactive narratives: An empirical Evaluation

        3. -Rui Figueiredo and Ana Paiva - “I want to slay that Dragon!” - Influencing choice in interactive storytelling

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12.50 - 14.00        - Lunch


14.00 - 15.30        - Session 2 - Story Evaluation and Analysis

        1. -Ivar Vermeulen, Christian Roth, Peter Vorderer and Christoph Klimmt - Measuring User Responses to Interactive Stories: Towards a Standardized Assessment Tool

        2. -Franca Garzotto, Eliana Herrero and Fernando Salgueiro - One Tool-Many Paradigm: Creativity and Regularity in Youngsters’ Hyperstories

        3. -Ulrike Spierling and Steve Hoffmann - Exploring Narrative Interpretation and Adaptation for Interactive Story Creation

        4. -Vincenzo Lombardo and Rossana Damiano - Narrative Annotation and Editing of Video


15.30 - 17.00        - Tea/coffee, Posters and Demonstrations


17.00 - 19.00        - SICSA Reception



Tuesday November 2nd 2010


9.00 - 10.30        - Session 3 - Story Generation 1

        1. -Frank Nack, Abdallah El Ali, Philo van Kemenade, Jan Overgoor and Bastiaan van der Weij. A story to go, please.

        2. -Silvia Likavec, Ilaria Lombardi, Alberto Nantiat, Claudia Picardi and Daniele Theseider Dupre'. Threading Facts into a Collective Narrative World

        3. -Kaoru Sumi. Learning Story Marketing through Practical Experience of Story Creation System


10.30 - 10.50        - Break Tea/coffee


10.50 - 11.50        - Invited talk by Alex Whittaker (WeR Interactive)


11.50 - 13.00        - Session 4 - Story Generation 2

        1. -Martin Rhodes, Simon Coupland and Tracy Cruickshank. Enhancing Real-Time Sports Commentary Generation with Dramatic Narrative Devices

        2. -Yoshiyuki Nakamura, Maiko Kobayakawa, Chisato Takami, Yuta Tsuruga, Hidekazu Kubota, Masahiro Hamasaki, Takuichi Nishimura and Takeshi Sunaga. Zuzie: Collaborative storytelling based on multiple compositions

        3. -Wolfgang Mueller, Ido Aharon Iurgel, Nuno Otero and Ute Massler. Teaching English as a Second Language Utilizing Authoring Tools for Interactive Digital Storytelling


13.00 - 14.00        - Lunch


14.00 - 15.30        - Session 5 - Panel Session


15.30 - 15.50        - Break Tea/coffee


15.50 - 17.00        - Session 6 - Arts and Humanities

        1. -Tamiko Thiel and Teresa Reuter. Rhetorics of the Interactive 3D Installation “Virtuelle Mauer/ReConstructing the Wall”

        2. -Teemu Korpilahti. From physical to non-material art – Design choices of the digital artist

        3. -Mara Dionísio, Valentina Nisi and Jos van Leeuwen. The iLand of Madeira: Location Aware Multimedia Stories



Wednesday November 3rd 2010


9.00 - 10.30        - Session 7 - Narrative theories and modelling

        1. -Kim Dung Dang, Ronan Champagnat and Michel Augeraud. Modeling of Interactive Storytelling and Validation of Scenario by means of Linear Logic

        2. -Allan Baumer and Brian Magerko. An Analysis of Narrative Moves in Improvisational Theatre

        3. -Hartmut Koenitz. Towards a Theoretical Framework For Interactive Digital Narrative


10.30 - 10.50        - Break Tea/coffee


10.50 - 11.50        - Invited talk by Carl Heath


11.50 - 13.00        - Session 8 - Systems

        1. -Reid Swanson and Andrew S. Gordon. A Data-Driven Case-Based Reasoning Approach to Interactive Storytelling

        2. -António Brisson and Ana Paiva. Something’s Gotta Give - Towards Distributed Autonomous Story Appraisal in Improv

        3. -Christopher Ramsley, Matthew Fugere, Randi Pawson, Charles Rich and Dean O'Donnell. A Simple Intensity-Based Drama Manager


13.00 - 14.00        - Lunch


14.00 - 15.00        - Session 9 - Applications

        1. -David Thue, Vadim Bulitko, Marcia Spetch and Trevon Romanuik. Player Agency and the Relevance of Decisions

        2. -Wolfgang Heiden, Matthias Räder and Eric Fassbender. Interactive Storytelling in Academic Teaching

        3. -Andre Almeida and Heitor Alvelos. An Interactive Documentary Manifesto