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Badler, N. I., Phillips, C. W. and Webber, B. L. Simulating Humans: Computer Graphics Animation and Control. Oxford University Press, New York, NY (1993).

Badler, N. I., Webber, B. L., Becket, W., Geib, C., Moore, M., Pelachaud, C., Reich, B. and Stone, M. Planning for animation. To appear in Computer Animation, ed. N. Magnenat-Thalmann and D. Thalmann, Prentice-Hall (1995).

Becket, W. Reinforcement Learning for Reactive Navigation of Simulated Autonomous Bipeds. PhD thesis, University of Pennsylvania (1995).

Bruderlin, A. and Williams, L. Motion signal processing. Computer Graphics, Annual Conference Series, ACM (1995), 97--104.

Cassell, J., Pelachaud, C., Badler, N., Steedman, M., Achorn, B., Becket, W., Douville, B., Prevost, S. and Stone, M. Animated Conversation: Rule-based generation of facial expression, gesture and spoken intonation for multiple conversational agents. Computer Graphics, Annual Conference Series, ACM (1994), 413--420.

Chi, D., Webber, B., Clarke, J. and Badler, N. Casualty modeling for real-time medical training. To appear, Presence (1996), Special issue on human modeling.

Granieri, J., Crabtree, J. and Badler, N. Off-Line production and real-time playback of human figure motion for 3D virtual environments, VRAIS Conference, IEEE Press, 1995.

Ko, H. and N. Badler, N. Animating human locomotion in real-time using inverse dynamics, balance and comfort control. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 16(2), pp. 50-59, March 1996.

Moore, M.B., Geib, C.W. and Reich, B.D. Planning and terrain reasoning. AAAI Spring Symposium on Integrated Planning Applications, Stanford CA (March 1995). (Also appears as Technical Report MS-CIS-94-63, University of Pennsylvania).

Reich, B.D., Ko, H., Becket, W. and Badler, N. Terrain reasoning for human locomotion. Proceedings of Computer Animation '94, Geneva, IEEE Computer Society Press (1994), 996--1005.

Rose, C., Guenter, B., Bodenheimer, B. and Cohen, M. Efficient generation of motion transitions using spacetime constraints. Computer Graphics, Annual Conference Series, ACM (1996), 147--154.

Dr. Norman Badler
Tue Oct 8 08:26:31 EDT 1996