The Next Step towards a Function Markup Language


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Heylen, D.K.J. and Kopp, S. and Marsella, S.C. and Pelachaud, C. and Vilhjálmson, H. (2008) The Next Step towards a Function Markup Language. In: Intelligent Virtual Agents 2008, 1-3 Sep 2008, Tokyo, Japan.

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Abstract:In order to enable collaboration and exchange of modules for generating multimodal communicative behaviours of robots and virtual agents, the SAIBA initiative envisions the definition of two representation languages. One of these is the Function Markup Language (FML). This language specifies the communicative intent behind an agent’s behaviour. Currently, several research groups have contributed to the discussion on the definition of FML. The discussion reveals agreement on many points but it also points out important issues that need to be dealt with. This paper summarises the current state of affairs in thinking about FML.
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Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-85483-8_28
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