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Title: A computational narrative simulation system for constructing multi-linear narratives in knowledge management
Authors: Wang, WM
Cheung, CF 
Keywords: Computational simulation
Knowledge-based system
Knowledge management
Narrative generation
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: The Leadership Alliance Inc.
Source: Journal of knowledge management practice, 2013, v. 14, no. 3, p. 1-18 How to cite?
Journal: Journal of knowledge management practice 
Abstract: Management of narrative is an important but difficult task. This paper presents a computational narrative simulation system (CNSS) which is developed by incorporating narrative analysis, story generation and knowledge-based systems (KBS). It aims at managing narrative knowledge systemically and constructing narrative simulation in a multi-linear form automatically. Compare to conventional methods, CNSS provides not only an important means for maintaining the story database so that an organization is able to manage narrative knowledge in a systemic manner. But also, CNSS automatically constructs new scenarios based on multiple narrative resources with multiple branches. To evaluate the performance of the system, a prototype has been built and trial implemented in a social service company in Hong Kong. The results showed that the automatic generation of multi-linear narrative is effective and the participants of the system agree that the system can improve their work.
EISSN: 1705-9232
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