AAAI Publications, Twenty-Fourth International FLAIRS Conference

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Emotionally Responsive General Artificial Agent Simulation
Dreama Jain, Ziad Kobti

Last modified: 2011-03-20

Abstract


Emotions are an integral part of human decision making. It follows that emotions should take part in the decision process towards the design of more realistic artificial agents. Three psychological models for emotions are examined and a corresponding algorithm is developed for each depicting its process. A generalized multi-agent model is designed to demonstrate the implementation of each of the three methods. An agent thus represents a human capable of exhibiting emotional state in response to an arbitrary emotionally charged event of varying impact.

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