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*2009
72EENing Wang, Jonathan Gratch: Can Virtual Human Build Rapport and Promote Learning? AIED 2009: 737-739
71EESin-Hwa Kang, Jonathan Gratch, James H. Watt: The effect of affective iconic realism on anonymous interactants' self-disclosure. CHI Extended Abstracts 2009: 4021-4026
70EECelso de Melo, Jonathan Gratch: Expression of Emotions Using Wrinkles, Blushing, Sweating and Tears. IVA 2009: 188-200
69EECelso M. de Melo, Liang Zheng, Jonathan Gratch: Expression of Moral Emotions in Cooperating Agents. IVA 2009: 301-307
68EEArno Hartholt, Jonathan Gratch, Lori Weiss, The Gunslinger Team: At the Virtual Frontier: Introducing Gunslinger, a Multi-Character, Mixed-Reality, Story-Driven Experience. IVA 2009: 500-501
67EESin-Hwa Kang, Jonathan Gratch: Interactants' Most Intimate Self-disclosure in Interactions with Virtual Humans. IVA 2009: 508-510
66EEPatrick G. Kenny, Thomas D. Parsons, Jonathan Gratch, Albert A. Rizzo: Evaluation of Novice and Expert Interpersonal Interaction Skills with a Virtual Patient. IVA 2009: 511-512
65EEWenji Mao, Jonathan Gratch: Modeling social inference in virtual agents. AI Soc. 24(1): 5-11 (2009)
2008
64EESin-Hwa Kang, Jonathan Gratch, Ning Wang, James H. Watt: Does the contingency of agents' nonverbal feedback affect users' social anxiety? AAMAS (1) 2008: 120-127
63 Vadim Bulitko, Steve Solomon, Jonathan Gratch, Michael van Lent: Modeling Culturally and Emotionally Affected Behavior. AIIDE 2008
62EELouis-Philippe Morency, Iwan de Kok, Jonathan Gratch: Context-based recognition during human interactions: automatic feature selection and encoding dictionary. ICMI 2008: 181-188
61EEDavid R. Traum, Stacy Marsella, Jonathan Gratch, Jina Lee, Arno Hartholt: Multi-party, Multi-issue, Multi-strategy Negotiation for Multi-modal Virtual Agents. IVA 2008: 117-130
60EELouis-Philippe Morency, Iwan de Kok, Jonathan Gratch: Predicting Listener Backchannels: A Probabilistic Multimodal Approach. IVA 2008: 176-190
59EESin-Hwa Kang, Jonathan Gratch, Ning Wang, James H. Watt: Agreeable People Like Agreeable Virtual Humans. IVA 2008: 253-261
58EEPatrick G. Kenny, Thomas D. Parsons, Jonathan Gratch, Albert A. Rizzo: Evaluation of Justina: A Virtual Patient with PTSD. IVA 2008: 394-408
57EECelso de Melo, Jonathan Gratch: Evolving Expression of Emotions in Virtual Humans Using Lights and Pixels. IVA 2008: 484-485
56EEPatrick G. Kenny, Thomas D. Parsons, Jonathan Gratch, Albert A. Rizzo: Virtual humans for assisted health care. PETRA 2008: 6
2007
55 Patrick G. Kenny, Arno Hartholt, Jonathan Gratch, David R. Traum, Stacy Marsella, William R. Swartout: The More the Merrier: Multi-Party Negotiation with Virtual Humans. AAAI 2007: 1970-1971
54EESejin Oh, Jonathan Gratch, Woontack Woo: Explanatory Style for Socially Interactive Agents. ACII 2007: 534-545
53EEJonathan Gratch, Ning Wang, Anna Okhmatovskaia, Francois Lamothe, Mathieu Morales, Rick J. van der Werf, Louis-Philippe Morency: Can Virtual Humans Be More Engaging Than Real Ones? HCI (3) 2007: 286-297
52EEJonathan Gratch, Ning Wang, Jillian Gerten, Edward Fast, Robin Duffy: Creating Rapport with Virtual Agents. IVA 2007: 125-138
51EEGudny Ragna Jonsdottir, Jonathan Gratch, Edward Fast, Kristinn R. Thórisson: Fluid Semantic Back-Channel Feedback in Dialogue: Challenges and Progress. IVA 2007: 154-160
50EEPatrick G. Kenny, Thomas D. Parsons, Jonathan Gratch, Anton Leuski, Albert A. Rizzo: Virtual Patients for Clinical Therapist Skills Training. IVA 2007: 197-210
49EEJina Lee, Stacy Marsella, David R. Traum, Jonathan Gratch, Brent Lance: The Rickel Gaze Model: A Window on the Mind of a Virtual Human. IVA 2007: 296-303
2006
48 Jonathan Gratch, Michael Young, Ruth Aylett, Daniel Ballin, Patrick Olivier: Intelligent Virtual Agents, 6th International Conference, IVA 2006, Marina Del Rey, CA, USA, August 21-23, 2006, Proceedings Springer 2006
47 Jonathan Gratch, Stacy Marsella, Wenji Mao: Towards a Validated Model of "Emotional Intelligence". AAAI 2006
46EEWenji Mao, Jonathan Gratch: Evaluating a computational model of social causality and responsibility. AAMAS 2006: 985-992
45EEJonathan Gratch, Anna Okhmatovskaia, Francois Lamothe, Stacy Marsella, Mathieu Morales, Rick J. van der Werf, Louis-Philippe Morency: Virtual Rapport. IVA 2006: 14-27
44EEStacy Marsella, Sharon Marie Carnicke, Jonathan Gratch, Anna Okhmatovskaia, Albert A. Rizzo: An Exploration of Delsarte's Structural Acting System. IVA 2006: 80-92
43EEJonathan Gratch: True Emotion vs. Social Intentions in Nonverbal Communication: Towards a Synthesis for Embodied Conversational Agents. ZiF Workshop 2006: 181-197
42 William R. Swartout, Jonathan Gratch, Randall W. Hill Jr., Eduard H. Hovy, Stacy Marsella, Jeff Rickel, David R. Traum: Toward Virtual Humans. AI Magazine 27(2): 96-108 (2006)
41EEMark G. Core, David R. Traum, H. Chad Lane, William R. Swartout, Jonathan Gratch, Michael van Lent, Stacy Marsella: Teaching Negotiation Skills through Practice and Reflection with Virtual Humans. Simulation 82(11): 685-701 (2006)
2005
40 Themis Panayiotopoulos, Jonathan Gratch, Ruth Aylett, Daniel Ballin, Patrick Olivier, Thomas Rist: Intelligent Virtual Agents, 5th International Working Conference, IVA 2005, Kos, Greece, September 12-14, 2005, Proceedings Springer 2005
39EEWenji Mao, Jonathan Gratch: Social Causality and Responsibility: Modeling and Evaluation. IVA 2005: 191-204
38EER. M. Maatman, Jonathan Gratch, Stacy Marsella: Natural Behavior of a Listening Agent. IVA 2005: 25-36
37EEDavid R. Traum, William R. Swartout, Stacy Marsella, Jonathan Gratch: Fight, Flight, or Negotiate: Believable Strategies for Conversing Under Crisis. IVA 2005: 52-64
36EEJonathan Gratch, Stacy Marsella: Lessons From Emotion Psychology For The Design Of Lifelike Characters. Applied Artificial Intelligence 19(3-4): 215-233 (2005)
35EEJonathan Gratch, Stacy Marsella: Evaluating a Computational Model of Emotion. Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems 11(1): 23-43 (2005)
2004
34EEWenji Mao, Jonathan Gratch: Social Judgment in Multiagent Interactions. AAMAS 2004: 210-217
33EEJonathan Gratch, Stacy Marsella: Evaluating the Modeling and Use of Emotion in Virtual Humans. AAMAS 2004: 320-327
32EEHyeok-Soo Kim, Jonathan Gratch: A Planner-Independent Collaborative Planning Assistant. AAMAS 2004: 766-773
31EEDavid R. Traum, Stacy Marsella, Jonathan Gratch: Emotion and Dialogue in the MRE Virtual Humans. ADS 2004: 117-127
30EET. J. Muller, Arno Hartholt, Stacy Marsella, Jonathan Gratch, David R. Traum: Do You Want to Talk About It?: A First Step towards Emotion Integrated Dialogue. ADS 2004: 188-192
29EEJonathan Gratch, Arjan Egges, Anton Eliëns, Katherine Isbister, Stacy Marsella, Ana Paiva, Thomas Rist, Paul J. W. ten Hagen: 04121 Working Group 2 -- Design criteria, techniques and case studies for creating and evaluating interactive experiences for virtual humans. Evaluating Embodied Conversational Agents 2004
2003
28EEStacy Marsella, Jonathan Gratch: Modeling coping behavior in virtual humans: don't worry, be happy. AAMAS 2003: 313-320
27EEDavid R. Traum, Jeff Rickel, Jonathan Gratch, Stacy Marsella: Negotiation over tasks in hybrid human-agent teams for simulation-based training. AAMAS 2003: 441-448
26EEWenji Mao, Jonathan Gratch: The Social Credit Assignment Problem. IVA 2003: 39-47
25EEJonathan Gratch, Paul E. Debevec, Dick Lindheim, Frederic H. Pighin, Jeff Rickel, William R. Swartout, David R. Traum, Jackie Morie: Hollywood Meets Simulation: Creating Immersive Training Environments at the ICT. VR 2003: 303
24EERandall W. Hill Jr., Jonathan Gratch, Stacy Marsella, Jeff Rickel, William R. Swartout, David R. Traum: Virtual Humans in the Mission Rehearsal Exercise System. KI 17(4): 5- (2003)
2002
23EEStacy Marsella, Jonathan Gratch: A step toward irrationality: using emotion to change belief. AAMAS 2002: 334-341
22EERandall W. Hill Jr., Youngjun Kim, Jonathan Gratch: Anticipating where to look: predicting the movements of mobile agents in complex terrain. AAMAS 2002: 821-827
21EEJeff Rickel, Stacy Marsella, Jonathan Gratch, Randall Hill, David R. Traum, William R. Swartout: Toward a New Generation of Virtual Humans for Interactive Experiences. IEEE Intelligent Systems 17(4): 32-38 (2002)
20EEJonathan Gratch, Jeff Rickel, Elisabeth André, Justine Cassell, Eric Petajan, Norman I. Badler: Creating Interactive Virtual Humans: Some Assembly Required. IEEE Intelligent Systems 17(4): 54-63 (2002)
2001
19EEJonathan Gratch, Stacy Marsella: Tears and fears: modeling emotions and emotional behaviors in synthetic agents. Agents 2001: 278-285
18EERandall W. Hill Jr., Jonathan Gratch, W. Lewis Johnson, Chris Kyriakakis, Catherine LaBore, Richard Lindheim, Stacy Marsella, David Miraglia, Ben Moore, Jackie Morie, Jeff Rickel, Marcus Thiébaux, Larry Tuch, Richard Whitney, Jay Douglas, William R. Swartout: Toward the holodeck: integrating graphics, sound, character and story. Agents 2001: 409-416
17EEJay Douglas, Jonathan Gratch: Adaptive Narrative: How Autonomous Agents, Hollywood, and Multiprocessing Operating Systems Can Live Happily Ever After. International Conference on Virtual Storytelling 2001: 100-112
2000
16 Youngjun Kim, Randall W. Hill Jr., Jonathan Gratch: Situation Awareness with the Limited Visual Attention. AAAI/IAAI 2000: 1079
15EERandall W. Hill Jr., Jonathan Gratch, Paul S. Rosenbloom: Flexible group behavior: virtual commanders for synthetic battlespaces. Agents 2000: 31-38
14EEJonathan Gratch: Émile: Marshalling passions in training and education. Agents 2000: 325-332
1997
13 Randall W. Hill Jr., Johnny Chen, Jonathan Gratch, Paul S. Rosenbloom, Milind Tambe: Intelligent Agents for the Synthetic Battlefield: A Company of Rotary Wing Aircraft. AAAI/IAAI 1997: 1006-1012
1996
12 Jonathan Gratch: Sequential Inductive Learning. AAAI/IAAI, Vol. 1 1996: 779-786
11EEJonathan Gratch, Gerald DeJong: A Statistical Approach to Adaptive Problem Solving. Artif. Intell. 88(1-2): 101-142 (1996)
10EEJonathan Gratch, Steve A. Chien: Adaptive Problem-solving for Large-scale Scheduling Problems: A Case Study CoRR cs.AI/9605104: (1996)
9 Jonathan Gratch, Steve A. Chien: Adaptive Problem-solving for Large-scale Scheduling Problems: A Case Study. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 4: 365-396 (1996)
1995
8EESteve A. Chien, Jonathan Gratch, Michael C. Burl: On the Efficient Allocation of Resources for Hypothesis Evaluation: A Statistical Approach. IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell. 17(7): 652-665 (1995)
1994
7 Jonathan Gratch, Steve A. Chien, Gerald DeJong: Improving Learning Performance Through Rational Resource Allocation. AAAI 1994: 576-581
6 Steve A. Chien, Jonathan Gratch: Producing Satisficing Solutions to Scheduling Problems: An Interactive Constraint Relaxation Approach. AIPS 1994: 213-218
1993
5 Jonathan Gratch, Steve A. Chien, Gerald DeJong: Learning Search Control Knowledge for Deep Space Network Scheduling. ICML 1993: 135-142
1992
4 Jonathan Gratch, Gerald DeJong: COMPOSER: A Probabilistic Solution to the Utility Problem in Speed-Up Learning. AAAI 1992: 235-240
3 Jonathan Gratch, Gerald DeJong: An Analysis of Learning to Plan as a Search Problem. ML 1992: 179-188
1991
2 Jonathan Gratch, Gerald DeJong: A Hybrid Approach to Guaranteed Effective Control Strategies. ML 1991: 509-513
1 Gerald DeJong, Jonathan Gratch: Steve Minton, Learning Search Control Knowledge: An Explanation-Based Approach. Artif. Intell. 50(1): 117-127 (1991)

Coauthor Index

1Elisabeth André [20]
2Ruth Aylett [40] [48]
3Norman I. Badler [20]
4Daniel Ballin [40] [48]
5Vadim Bulitko [63]
6Michael C. Burl [8]
7Sharon Marie Carnicke [44]
8Justine Cassell [20]
9Johnny Chen [13]
10Steve A. Chien [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10]
11Mark G. Core [41]
12Gerald DeJong [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [7] [11]
13Paul E. Debevec [25]
14Jay Douglas [17] [18]
15Robin Duffy [52]
16Arjan Egges [29]
17Anton Eliëns [29]
18Edward Fast [51] [52]
19Jillian Gerten [52]
20Paul J. W. ten Hagen [29]
21Arno Hartholt [30] [55] [61] [68]
22Randall Hill [21]
23Randall W. Hill Jr. [13] [15] [16] [18] [22] [24] [42]
24Eduard H. Hovy [42]
25Katherine Isbister [29]
26W. Lewis Johnson [18]
27Gudny Ragna Jonsdottir [51]
28Sin-Hwa Kang [59] [64] [67] [71]
29Patrick G. Kenny [50] [55] [56] [58] [66]
30Hyeok-Soo Kim [32]
31Youngjun Kim [16] [22]
32Iwan de Kok [60] [62]
33Chris Kyriakakis [18]
34Catherine LaBore [18]
35Francois Lamothe [45] [53]
36Brent Lance [49]
37H. Chad Lane [41]
38Jina Lee [49] [61]
39Michael van Lent [41] [63]
40Anton Leuski [50]
41Dick Lindheim [25]
42Richard Lindheim [18]
43R. M. Maatman [38]
44Wenji Mao [26] [34] [39] [46] [47] [65]
45Stacy Marsella (Stacy C. Marsella) [18] [19] [21] [23] [24] [27] [28] [29] [30] [31] [33] [35] [36] [37] [38] [41] [42] [44] [45] [47] [49] [55] [61]
46Celso M. de Melo [69]
47Celso de Melo [57] [70]
48David Miraglia [18]
49Ben Moore [18]
50Mathieu Morales [45] [53]
51Louis-Philippe Morency [45] [53] [60] [62]
52Jackie Morie [18] [25]
53T. J. Muller [30]
54Sejin Oh [54]
55Anna Okhmatovskaia [44] [45] [53]
56Patrick Olivier [40] [48]
57Ana Paiva [29]
58Themis Panayiotopoulos [40]
59Thomas D. Parsons [50] [56] [58] [66]
60Eric Petajan [20]
61Frederic H. Pighin [25]
62Jeff Rickel [18] [20] [21] [24] [25] [27] [42]
63Thomas Rist [29] [40]
64Albert A. Rizzo [44] [50] [56] [58] [66]
65Paul S. Rosenbloom [13] [15]
66Steve Solomon [63]
67William R. Swartout [18] [21] [24] [25] [37] [41] [42] [55]
68Milind Tambe [13]
69The Gunslinger Team [68]
70Marcus Thiébaux [18]
71Kristinn R. Thórisson [51]
72David R. Traum [21] [24] [25] [27] [30] [31] [37] [41] [42] [49] [55] [61]
73Larry Tuch [18]
74Ning Wang [52] [53] [59] [64] [72]
75James H. Watt [59] [64] [71]
76Lori Weiss [68]
77Rick J. van der Werf [45] [53]
78Richard Whitney [18]
79Woontack Woo [54]
80Michael Young [48]
81Liang Zheng [69]

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