“Designing and implementing knowledge bases for narrative animations system” by Ramamonjisoa

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    Designing and implementing knowledge bases for narrative animations system



    The current technology such as semantic web and ontology allows everyone to build rapidly vast knowledge bases for a specific domain. A development of story animation knowledge bases is presented. The knowledge bases are used to produce movie animation given a story. Databases are expressed in the form of ontology by extracting textual entities and parsing each sentence of the story. Rules are obtained by analyzing the process of manually produced movie animation.


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