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    4 = !AsapRealizer - A BML Realizer for incremental, fluent, multimodal interaction with a virtual human or robot = 
    5 !AsapRealizer is a novel realizer, developed as a jointly by the [[http://www.techfak.uni-bielefeld.de/ags/soa/|Sociable Agents group]] in Bielefeld and the [[http://hmi.ewi.utwente.nl/|Human Media Interaction group]] in Twente. It is a fusion of our state of the art behavior realizers ACE and Elckerlyc. 
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    7 !AsapRealizer is a [http://www.mindmakers.org/projects/bml-1-0 BML 1.0] compliant behavior realizer for generating multimodal verbal and nonverbal behavior for virtual humans and robots. It is designed specifically to allow very fluent 
    8 interaction between the virtual human and its human interaction partner. To this end, !AsapRealizer provides behavior generation elements that support incremental behavior construction (including emergent gesture co-articulation) and 
    9 interactional coordination (e.g. behavior synchrony, fluent turn taking, active listening, attentive speaking). Animation in !AsapRealizer is generated using a mix between the precise temporal and spatial control offered by procedural motion and the naturalness of physical simulation.\\ 
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    12 H. van Welbergen, D. Reidsma and S. Kopp. ''An Incremental Multimodal Realizer for Behavior Co-Articulation and Coordination'' in: Intelligent Virtual Agents, 12th International Conference, LNCS, volume 7502, Springer, pp 175--188, 2012[[http://www.springerlink.com/content/130165784t544761/fulltext.pdf|download paper]]\\ 
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    16 == Getting Started == 
    17  * [[Download]] -- ''Obtain the latest releases right now'' 
    18  * QuickStart -- ''The fastest way to get a talking avatar on your screen'' 
    19  * AsapRealizerDemo from source -- ''Compiling and running the bleeding edge version of the !AsapRealizerDemo'' 
    20  * MakeYourOwnProject -- ''Various ways to start integrating !AsapRealizer with your own work'' 
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    22  * [[Licenses]] -- ''Explanation of the GPL3 license used for !AsapRealizer, and the plans to move to more flexible licenses'' 
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    24 == Behavior Modalities 
    25  * [[Speech]] 
    26  * [[Gesture]] 
    27  * FacialAnimation 
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    29 == Configuration of !AsapRealizer's default Engines == 
    30  * SpeechEngine 
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    32 == Behavior Markup Language == 
    33  * [[BML]] -- ''Information about the BML standard in !AsapRealizer'' 
    34  * [[BMLT]] -- ''Documentation for the custom behavior types defined in BML-Twente'' 
    35  * [[MURML]] -- ''!AsapRealizer's MURML BML extension'' 
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    37 == Develop == 
    38  * GitRepositories -- ''List of git and svn repositories used within !AsapRealizer and how to get access to them'' 
    39  * ContinuousIntegration 
    40  * BuildSystem -- ''Detailed documentation of the build system included in the release'' 
    41  * UsingAsapRealizerInEclipse 
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    43  * VirtualHumanLoader -- ''Specifying, configuring, and loading a Virtual Human and its behavior repertoire'' 
    44  * RealizerPort -- ''Connecting !AsapRealizer to your application: sending BML to the Virtual Human and receiving feedback about its performance'' 
    45    * MiddleWareConnection -- ''Hooking up !AsapRealizer to your own middleware framework'' 
    46  * [[https://ci.clf.cit-ec.de/view/SOA/job/Asap-trunk-daily-CIT/javadoc/? | Javadoc for AsapRealizer]]  
    47  * UsingResources -- ''How to refer resources such as avatars and gesture repertoires on the classpath and in your code'' 
    48  * AssetCreation -- ''Add new gesture repertoire, new avatar bodies and faces, etc.'' 
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    50 == Extend !AsapRealizer == 
    51  * ModalityEngines -- ''How to add engines for new modalities, such as a robot body or a speech engine''  
    52  * ProgrammingGuidelines -- ''Testing, logging, and other things in !AsapRealizer'' 
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    54 == Support == 
    55  * [[FAQ]]/Troubleshooting -- ''Frequently Asked Questions and Frequently Occuring Problems'' 
    56  * [[Forum]] -- ''Ask questions and help each other in the forums'' 
    57  * ImproveDocumentation -- ''Your support in improving the documentation is highly appreciated'' 
    58  * ReportBugs -- ''report bugs and request features using tickets'' 
    59  * [[Contact]] -- ''Contact the main developers'' 
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    61 == Acknowledgements == 
    62  * PublicationsAboutAsapRealizer -- ''Covering various aspects of the system'' 
    63  * UserGallery 
    64  * ContributorsAndAcknowledgements -- ''A list of the many many people who contributed over the years'' 
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