David J. Hernández, Oscar Déniz, Javier Lorenzo, and Mario Hernández
In this paper, a first version of the BDIE architecture is presented. This architecture is an attempt to model affective phenomena and adds a new emotional component to a BDI agent. The new component affects to the others trying to take advantage of the use of emotions for the development of artificial agents. The architecture has been implemented in an object-oriented framework that allows to easily define new agents. As an example of an agent, initial testing has been done with a robotic head.