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|Abstract||Templates are a widespread natural language tech- nology that achieves believability within a narrow range of interaction and coverage. We consider templates for embodied conversational behavior. Such templates combine a speciﬁc pattern of marked-up text, specifying prosody and conversational signals as well as words, with similarly-annotated gaps that can be ﬁlled in by rule to yield a coherent contribution to a dialogue with a user. In this paper we argue that templates can give a de- signer substantial freedom to realize speciﬁc combina- tions of behaviors in interactions with users and thereby to explore the relationships among such factors as emo- tion, personality, individuality and social role.|
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