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Wednesday, December 4th 2002
Smart Behavior Toolkit
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Stottler Henke announced the release of SimBionic, a commercial software package that "lets non-programmers easily define how computer-generated people, systems or other entities act and respond to "virtual" situations." Here's a clip from the press release:

"SimBionic(TM) is a visual authoring tool and runtime engine for creating complex behaviors, through the use of artificial intelligence (AI). It enables training simulation and game developers to speed their development time, while empowering designers and end users to directly incorporate their knowledge and expertise into the systems. Speeding the simulation development process can accelerate time-to-market for games, and can produce smarter simulations for training systems. And employing a graphical interface for specifying behaviors, so that non-programmer “subject matter experts” can create them, reduces the risk of simulation errors related to miscommunication of content between an expert and a programmer."

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