NPSNET: object animation script interpretation system.
West, Phillip D.
Zyda, Michael J.
Pratt, David R.
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The goal of this work is to develop a text-based script interpretation system for easy and efficient 3D visual simulations without extensive programming. Scripts are sequences of events representing task-level behaviors in virtual worlds systems. The Object Animation Script Interpretation System for NPSNET (NPSNET-OASIS), provides animators at the Naval Postgraduate School a mechanism for interacting with 3D visual simulations via scripted autonomous players. Libraries of scripts are collected for rapid generation of 3D visual simulations. NPSNET-OASIS makes use of object-oriented design methodologies for reusability and extensibility. Included in NPSNETOASIS are the object tools for script processing, writing, and sorting.
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