An agent that learns to support users of a Web site

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Abbattista, F., Paradiso, A., Semeraro, G. and Zambetta, F.

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Info: Applied Soft Computing (Journal), 2004, p. 1 - 12
Keywords:User profiling
Abstract:
The terms agent, intelligent agent [IA] and 3D agent are becoming more and more frequently used in literature. A key issue in the web community is that a web site must be equipped with a virtual agent able to support users in a natural way. Following this trend, we decided to implement scenographic agents mimic intelligent reasoning (SAMIR), a prototype of a tool for animating 3D intelligent agents, [IA] mainly founded on a genetic algorithms-based learning system, namely an XCS, and on an FFD-based technique for the facial deformation of the character. SAMIR is based on an object-oriented architecture, and it adopts the MPEG-4 facial animation parameters (FAPs) as a description format for facial expressions and animations.
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@article{Abbattista20041,
title = "An agent that learns to support users of a Web site ",
journal = "Applied Soft Computing ",
volume = "4",
number = "1",
pages = "1 - 12",
year = "2004",
note = "",
issn = "1568-4946",
doi = "http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.asoc.2003.05.010",
url = "http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1568494603000565",
author = "Fabio Abbattista and Aldo Paradiso and Giovanni Semeraro and Fabio Zambetta",
keywords = "Facial animation",
keywords = "Genetic algorithms",
keywords = "Intelligent agents",
keywords = "User profiling ",
abstract = "The terms agent, intelligent agent and 3D agent are becoming more and more frequently used in literature. A key issue in the web community is that a web site must be equipped with a virtual agent able to support users in a natural way. Following this trend, we decided to implement scenographic agents mimic intelligent reasoning (SAMIR), a prototype of a tool for animating 3D intelligent agents, mainly founded on a genetic algorithms-based learning system, namely an XCS, and on an FFD-based technique for the facial deformation of the character. {SAMIR} is based on an object-oriented architecture, and it adopts the MPEG-4 facial animation parameters (FAPs) as a description format for facial expressions and animations. "
}