an architecture for collaborative conversational agents
Bazaar is a modular framework for designing multi-party collaborative agents that builds upon the earlier Basilica architecture (Kumar & Roseé, 2011). Bazaar plays host to a library of reusable behavioral components that each trigger a simple form of support. More complex supportive interventions are constructed by orchestrating multiple simple behaviors.
Publications About Bazaar
- Adamson, D. & Rosé, C. Coordinating Multi-dimensional Support in Collaborative Conversational Agents Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 2012. Slides
- Dyke, G., Adamson, D., Howley, I., Rosé, C. Towards Academically Productive Talk Supported by Conversational Agents. Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 2012.
- Howley, I., Adamson, D., Dyke, G., Mayfield, E., Beuth, J. & Rosé, C. Group Composition and Intelligent Dialogue Tutors for Impacting Students' Academic Self-efficacy. Intelligent Tutoring Systems, 2012.
- Adamson, D., Ashe, C., Jang, H., Yaron, D., & Rosé, C. Intensification of Group Knowledge Exchange with Academically Productive Talk Agents. (2013). Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, Madison Wisconsin, July 2013.
- Adamson D., Dyke G., Jang H., Rosé, C. Towards an Agile Approach to Adapting Dynamic Collaboration Support to Student Needs. In IJAIED 24 (1): 2014