Modeling Distributed Interaction with Dynamic Agent Role Interplay System (DARIS)
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Design is an interactive activity that will invoke different interaction between various knowledge entities within different design problems in dynamic design situations. For unleashing the interactive behaviors among those, this research applies role-play theory onto modeling the interactive behaviors of designers with internal, external design situation and design process. By adopting the mechanism of Acting Role Model (ARM) and agent technologies, an intelligent dynamic interacting design system called Dynamic Agent-based Role Interplay System (DARIS) is proposed in this paper. The implementation and an exemplary usage of DARIS in a brainstorming meeting are demonstrated.
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