AAAI Publications, Twenty-Fourth International FLAIRS Conference

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EmoCog: Computational Integration of Emotion and Cognitive Architecture
Jerry Lin, Marc Spraragen, Jim Blythe, Michael Zyda

Last modified: 2011-03-20


Since the reinvigoration of emotions research, many computationalmodels of emotion have been developed. None ofthese models, however, fully address the integration of emotiongeneration and emotional effect in the context of cognitiveprocesses. This paper seeks to unify various modelsof computational emotions while fully integrating with workdone in cognitive architectures. We propose a perspective onhow this integration would occur and EmoCog, a cognitivearchitecture with mechanisms for emotion generation and effects.

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