Marina Sanz Orell, James Bown, Susan Stepney, Richard Walsh, Alan F. T. Winfield.
Robot Narratives.

in Andrew Adamatzky, ed, Handbook of Unconventional Computing volume I, pp.221–246. World Scientific, 2021


There is evidence that humans understand how the world goes through narrative. We discuss what it might mean for embodied robots to understand the world, and communicate that understanding, in a similar manner. We suggest an architecture for adding narrative to robot cognition, and an experimental scenario for investigating the narrative hypothesis in a combination of physical and simulated robots.

  author = "Marina Sanz Orell and James Bown 
            and Susan Stepney and Richard Walsh and Alan F. T. Winfield",
  title = "Robot Narratives", 
  pages = "221–246",
  doi = "10.1142/9789811235726_0006",
  crossref = "HB-UC-2021"

  editor = "Andrew Adamatzky",
  title = "Handbook of Unconventional Computing volume I",
  booktitle = "Handbook of Unconventional Computing volume I",
  publisher = "World Scientific",
  year = 2021,