The animation of autonomous actors based on production rules

We present a formal theory of a behavioral L-system and describe as application a real time structured L-system interpreter. The behavioral L-system is a timed, conditional, stochastic, parametric and environmentally sensitive L-system which allows besides the modeling of plant and fractal development the description and animation of autonomous actors completely defined by production rules. A virtual environment including geometric objects, force fields and sounds and the behaviors of actors can be defined using the same formalism of the behavioral L-systems


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Proceedings. Computer Animation '96, 47-57
Presented at:
Computer Animation '96, Geneva, Switzerland
Year:
1996
Publisher:
IEEE Computer Society Press
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Comput. Graphics Lab., Swiss Federal Inst. of Technol., Lausanne, Switzerland
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