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A novel declarative behavior concept was developed to provide rich and expressive behavior definitions used in Contigra behavior graphs. Behavior nodes (both built-in and customer-specific) can be described at the node development level using the XML Schema language Behavior3DNode. Instance documents based on this grammar form new behavior node definitions. Once these nodes are defined, there descriptions are used to automatically generate a grammar called Behavior3D, which contains the whole repertoire of available behavior definitions. This grammar is employed on the node usage level to build behavior graphs.

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