Emotional Agents 2013

Affective Computing


  • Affective interface
  • Emotion engine
  • Emotional modeling
  • Emotional system


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Addressing Loneliness and Isolation in Older Adults: Proactive Affective Agents Provide Better Support L Ring, B Barry, K Totzke… – Affective Computing and …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract—Loneliness and social isolation are significant problems in older adult populations. We describe a conversational agent-based system designed to provide longitudinal social support to isolated older adults. Results from an exploratory pilot study … Cited by 6 Related articles All 8 versions

An affective virtual agent providing embodied feedback in the paired associate task: system design and evaluation C Becker-Asano, P Stahl, M Ragni, M Courgeon… – … Virtual Agents, 2013 – Springer Abstract An affective, virtual agent is presented that acts as a teacher in the classical paired associate task. It is explained, why and how the virtual agent framework MARC was combined with the cognitive architecture ACT-R, the affect simulation architecture WASABI … Cited by 4 Related articles All 4 versions

An Artificial Emotional Agent-Based Architecture for Games Simulation R Sales, E Clua, D de Oliveira, A Paes – Entertainment Computing–ICEC …, 2013 – Springer Abstract Emotions are fundamental in in any person’s life, and would be no different in games. While games are based at the gameplay for achieving the necessary fun factor, emotive elements are becoming common and in some cases even necessary. In some … Cited by 2 Related articles All 2 versions

Using trace data to examine the complex roles of cognitive, metacognitive, and emotional self-regulatory processes during learning with multi-agent systems R Azevedo, J Harley, G Trevors, M Duffy… – … of metacognition and …, 2013 – Springer Abstract This chapter emphasizes the importance of using multi-channel trace data to examine the complex roles of cognitive, affective, and metacognitive (CAM) self-regulatory processes deployed by students during learning with multi-agent systems. We argue that … Cited by 15 Related articles

Emotional belief-desire-intention agent model: Previous work and proposed architecture MA Puic?, AM Florea – International Journal of Advanced Research in …, 2013 – Citeseer Abstract—Research in affective computing shows that agents cannot be truly intelligent, nor believable or realistic without emotions. In this paper, we present a model of emotional agents that is based on a BDI architecture. We show how we can integrate emotions, … Cited by 6 Related articles All 5 versions

Artificial Emotion Simulation Model and Agent Architecture: Extended V Lungu – Advances in Intelligent Control Systems and Computer …, 2013 – Springer Abstract Research in human emotion has provided insight into how emotions influence human cognitive structures and processes, such as perception, memory management, planning and behavior. This information also provides new ideas to researchers in the … Cited by 5 Related articles All 5 versions

Emotion-oriented agent in mental state transition learning network T Ichimura, K Mera – International Journal of Computational …, 2013 – Inderscience Mental state transition network which consists of mental states connected to one another is a basic concept of approximating human psychological and mental responses. It can represent transition from an emotional state to another with stimulus calculated by emotion … Cited by 5 Related articles All 5 versions

Patience in Group Decision-Making with Emotional Agents D Muši? – Trends in Practical Applications of Agents and …, 2013 – Springer Abstract Intense and usually stressful group decision-making has become a daily activity in the modern business environments which caused the emergence of interest in systems that allow simulation of group decision-making with agents as human representatives ( … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

Recognizing Student Emotions Using an Agent-Based Emotion Engine FD Ahmed, AYC Tang, A Azmed… – … Journal of Asian …, 2013 – pakacademicsearch.com ABSTRACT We investigate the significance of emotions in agent-based systems that support student-lecturer performance evaluation. Emotions are defined as discrete and consistent responding processes that are changed by internal or external events and stimulus. We … Cited by 1 Related articles All 7 versions

Extended control-value emotional agent based on fuzzy logic approach H Moga, F Sandu, GM Danciu, R Boboc… – Roedunet …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract-The goal of our research was the implementation of a new emotional agent based on the control-value theory in psycho-pedagogy. This new type of emotional agent is included in the design of an affective tutoring system (ATS). The aim of the ATS platform is … Cited by 1 Related articles

Modeling Motivations, Personality Traits and Emotional States in Deliberative Agents Based on Automated Planning D Pérez-Pinillos, S Fernández, D Borrajo – Agents and Artificial …, 2013 – Springer Abstract There is a wide variety of applications that require modeling the behaviour of virtual agents. Some of these applications aim at human interaction, such as virtual assistants, and others aim at simulation of human behavior, such as games or robotics. Most of these … Cited by 3 Related articles All 4 versions

Emotional and multi-agent systems in computer-aided writing and poetry A Kirke, E Miranda – Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and …, 2013 – cmr.soc.plym.ac.uk Abstract. MASTER (Multi-Agent System for Text Emotion Representation) is an artificial society in which each member has a digital emotional state. Member agents attempt to influence each other’s emotions by reciting “poems” to each other which express their own … Cited by 3 Related articles All 6 versions

A psychoanalytically-inspired motivational and emotional system for autonomous agents S Schaat, K Doblhammer, A Wendt… – … Society, IECON 2013 …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract—When developing autonomous agents, the problem of motivation poses one of the key questions. Following a bionic approach inspired by psychoanalysis, a multi-level motivational system to enable autonomous agents to pursue their own agenda and cope … Cited by 3 Related articles All 2 versions

Toward socially responsible agents: integrating attachment and learning in emotional decision-making MB Moussa… – Computer Animation and …, 2013 – Wiley Online Library ABSTRACT Our goal is to create socially responsible agents, either robots or virtual humans. In this paper, we present an integration of emotions, attachment, and learning in emotional decision-making to achieve this goal. Based on emerging psychological … Cited by 4 Related articles

Toward a comprehensive theory of emotion for biological and artificial agents M Sellers – Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures, 2013 – Elsevier Abstract A new model of emotions that is applicable to both biological and artificial agents is proposed. The description includes theoretical foundations, internal representation, and the role of emotions in cognition. This model is based on definitions of emotions in valence … Cited by 3 Related articles

I didn’t know that virtual agent was angry at me: Investigating effects of gaze direction on emotion recognition and evaluation PAM Ruijten, CJH Midden, J Ham – Persuasive Technology, 2013 – Springer Abstract Previous research has shown a link between gazing behavior and type of emotion felt. It appears that approach-oriented emotions are better perceived in combination with a direct gaze, whereas avoidance-oriented emotions are better perceived in combination … Cited by 2 Related articles All 4 versions

On some concepts of emotional engine for BDI agent system S Korecko, T Herich – … and Informatics (CINTI), 2013 IEEE 14th …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract—Emotions are one of those phenomena which are rarely seen in connection with exact disciplines such as computer science or information technologies. However, with the widespread use of computer systems we see nowadays, the demand to include emotions … Cited by 3 Related articles

Using social agents to explore theories of rapport and emotional resonance J Gratch, SH Kang, N Wang – Social Emotions in Nature and …, 2013 – books.google.com Emotions are often described as momentary, even discrete, reactions to some specific event. For example, we see a bear in the forest, and fear seems to emerge without bidding, fully formed. Writing around the same time as William James, George Herbert Mead employed … Cited by 2 Related articles All 2 versions

Socio-Emotional Reward Design for Intrinsically Motivated Learning Agents P Sequeira – 2013 – gaips.inesc-id.pt Abstract Reinforcement learning (RL) is a computational approach which models autonomous agents facing a sequential decision problem in a dynamic environment. The behavior of the agent is guided by a reward mechanism embedded into the agent by its … Cited by 2 Related articles

A model of emotional intelligent agent for cooperative goal exploration T Kuremoto, T Tsurusaki, K Kobayashi, S Mabu… – Intelligent Computing …, 2013 – Springer Abstract In this study, a novel model of the intelligent agent is proposed by introducing a dynamic emotion model into conventional action selection policy of the reinforcement learning method. Comparing with the conventional Q-learning of reinforcement learning, … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

An Affective-Motivational Interface for a Pedagogical Agent M Mora-Torres, AL Laureano-Cruces… – International Journal of …, 2013 – file.scirp.org This research is framed within the affective computing, which explains the importance of emotions in human cognition (decision making, perception, interaction and human intelligence). Applying this approach to a pedagogical agent is an essential part to … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

Reducing driver task load and promoting sociability through an affective intelligent driving agent (AIDA) K Williams, C Breazeal – Human-Computer Interaction–INTERACT 2013, 2013 – Springer Abstract This work outlines the development of an Affective Intelligent Driving Agent (AIDA), a social robot that sits in a vehicle’s dashboard and behaves as a friendly assistant. This highly expressive robot uses an Android smartphone as its face, which serves as the main … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

Affective Interfaces of Embodied Conversational Agents YC Hsu – International Journal of Affective Engineering, 2013 – jlc.jst.go.jp The visual representations of intelligent agents draw increasing attention recently. Additionally, the first impression of humans toward agents is the visual representations. How these man-made creatures’ looks determine users’ will to interact with. This research … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

Personality Simulation In Interactive Agents Through Emotional Biasis. J Serra, P Nogueira – ECMS, 2013 – scs-europe.net ABSTRACT Personality simulation has been for the past decades a recurrent topic, as it is a non-trival problem where a multitude of equally valid approaches can (and have) been taken. However, no general consensus has emerged from this discussion, which further … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

Machine Understanding and Avoidance of Misunderstanding in Agent-directed Simulation and in Emotional Intelligence. TI Ören, M Kazemifard, L Yilmaz – SIMULTECH, 2013 – appliedemotion.com Abstract: Simulation is being applied in many very important projects and often it is a vitally important infrastructure for them. Several types of computational intelligence techniques have been part of the abilities of simulation. An important aspect of intelligence is the … Cited by 1 Related articles

Lateral Pre-crash Sensing and Avoidance in Emotion Enabled Cognitive Agent based Vehicle-2-Vehicle Communication System F Riaz, SI Shah, M Raees, I Shafi, A Iqbal – International Journal of …, 2013 – ijcnis.org Abstract A novel inter-vehicle communication system based on emotion enabled cognitive (EEC) agent has been anticipated as an intelligent solution to evade the road catastrophe due to hasty decisions by drivers. An input stimulus is processed in human brain using a … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

Learning Emotion Regulation Strategies: A Cognitive Agent Model T Bosse, C Gerritsen, J De Man… – … (WI) and Intelligent Agent …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract-Learning to cope with negative emotions is an important challenge, which has received considerable attention in domains like the military and law enforcement. Driven by the aim to develop better training in coping skills, this paper presents an adaptive … Cited by 1 Related articles All 5 versions

Emotional temporal difference Q-learning signals in multi-agent system cooperation: real case studies J Abdi, B Moshiri, B Abdulhai – IET Intelligent Transport Systems, 2013 – IET Chaotic non-linear dynamics approach is now the most powerful tool for scientists to deal with complexities in real cases; and artificial neural networks and neuro-fuzzy models are widely used for their capabilities in non-linear modelling of chaotic systems. Chaos, … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

Minority persistence in agent based model using information and emotional arousal as control variables P Sobkowicz – The European Physical Journal B, 2013 – Springer Abstract We present detailed analysis of the behavior of an agent based model of opinion formation, using a discrete variant of cusp catastrophe behavior of single agents. The agent opinion about a particular issue is determined by its information about the issue and its … Cited by 1 Related articles All 25 versions

Agent-based modelling of social emotional decision making in emergency situations T Bosse, M Hoogendoorn, M Klein… – Co-evolution of …, 2013 – Springer Abstract Social decision making under stressful circumstances may involve strong emotions and contagion from others. Recent developments in Social Neuroscience have revealed neural mechanisms by which social contagion of cognitive and emotional states can be … Cited by 1 Related articles All 5 versions

Poisoning the affective economy of RW culture: Re-mapping the agents DAN FLEMING – PIRACY CULTURES: How a Growing Portion of …, 2013 – books.google.com Piracy culture as a concept is organized around a series of widely accepted facts: for example, that copyright infringements are widespread, that the entertainment industries have to do something about this, and that ordinary users wanting a share of “remix” culture … Cited by 1 Related articles

NEMOHIFI: an affective HiFi agent S Lebai Lutfi, F Fernandez-Martinez… – Proceedings of the 15th …, 2013 – dl.acm.org Abstract This demo concerns a recently developed prototype of an emotionally-sensitive autonomous HiFi Spoken Conversational Agent, called NEMOHIFI. The baseline agent was developed by the Speech Technology Group (GTH) and has recently been integrated with … Related articles All 5 versions

An Experimental Analysis of NPC as Affective Agents in Real World-based Games R Sales, E Clua, D de Oliveira, A Paes – sbgames.org Abstract—Existing games are based on the gameplay for achieving the necessary fun factor, emotive elements are becoming common and in some cases even necessary when modeling Non-player character (NPC) behaviors. In this way, including and bringing … Related articles

Event-Driven Fuzzy Automata for Tracking Changes in the Emotional Behavior of Affective Agents A Soleimani, Z Kobti – Affective Computing and Intelligent …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract—This paper proposes using a fuzzy state machine to model the transition process among different levels, ranging from extreme to neutral, for any given emotion. The fuzzy transition function of this automaton is based on a three dimensional analysis of the … Related articles All 5 versions

Motion synthesis for affective agents using piecewise principal component regression J Xu, E Myodo, S Sakazawa – Multimedia and Expo (ICME), …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org ABSTRACT An affective style of human motion is essential for human computer interaction using embodied conversational agents. Motion synthesis for affective agents generates a skeletal motion in a particular affective style (briefly called affective motion in this paper) … Related articles

Simulating a team behaviour of affective agents using robocode JMP Alves, A Rebelo, F Catalão, G Marreiros… – 2013 – repositorium.sdum.uminho.pt The study of the impact of emotion and affect in decision making processes involved in a working team stands for a multi-disciplinary issue (eg with insights from disciplines such as Psychology, Neuroscience, Philosophy and Computer Science). On the one hand, and in … Related articles

An approach to evaluate the performance of a user affective agent MA Puica – System Theory, Control and Computing (ICSTCC), …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract—When developing agents aimed at interacting with human users, one should consider not only the specific goal that the agent was created for, but also the quality of the interaction that it offers. To achieve a specific task in a specific area, the agent needs … Related articles

Simulating a Team Behaviour of Affective Agents Using Robocode A Rebelo, F Catalão, J Alves, G Marreiros… – … Computing and Artificial …, 2013 – Springer Abstract The study of the impact of emotion and affect in decision making processes involved in a working team stands for a multi-disciplinary issue (eg with insights from disciplines such as Psychology, Neuroscience, Philosophy and Computer Science). On … Related articles All 3 versions

A formal model of emotional pedagogical agents in intelligent tutoring systems S Yu, L Zhiping, X Jili – … Science & Education (ICCSE), 2013 8th …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract-After discussing and formalizing domain knowledge representation and user models, a formal model of emotional pedagogical agents in intelligent tutoring systems is presented in this paper, and the functionalities of model are described in detail. This kind … Related articles

Emotional Interaction Agents in Intelligent Tutoring Systems Y Sun, ZP Li, YW Xia – Applied Mechanics and Materials, 2013 – Trans Tech Publ Abstract. A model of emotional interaction agents in intelligent tutoring systems is presented in this paper, and the functionalities of the key components of the agents are described. To improve the emotional interaction between learners and the system, a kind of emotional … Related articles All 3 versions

Agentphobia and Emotional Labor: How Human-Agent Interaction Contributes to the Preservation of our Humanity H Osawa – hai-conference.net Abstract: The idea of human-agent interaction (HAI) has been expanding into several new fields of application. HAI technologies have the potential to replace the emotional labor of people and free them from the regulation of emotion. However, there are many who are … Related articles

Emotion Animation of Embodied Conversational Agents with Contextual Control Model X Yuan, R Vijayarangan – … ), 2013 IEEE and Internet of Things ( …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract—Presented in this paper is part of an ongoing project on software customization, with a focus on emotion animation for the development of embodied conversational agents. This paper first highlights an interactive approach of online software customization, and … Related articles All 2 versions

Influence of pedagogical agents’ and learners’ social status on an online tutoring task: Investigation on affective states Y Hayashi, V Kryssanov, HH Huang – hai-conference.net Abstract: Affect is related to the motivational factors of learning. It is vital that designers of a tutorial system know how learners’ affective states may be influenced by the system. Previous studies dealing with human-agent interactions have shown that internal factors … Related articles

Multimodal Emotion Expressions of Virtual Agents, Mimic and Vocal Emotion Expressions and Their Effects on Emotion Recognition B Liebold, P Ohler – Affective Computing and Intelligent …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract—Emotional expressions of virtual agents are widely believed to enhance the interaction with the user by utilizing more natural means of communication. However, as a result of the current technology virtual agents are often only able to produce facial … Related articles All 5 versions

How does a contextually-relevant peer pedagogical agent in a learner-attenuated system-paced learning environment affect cognitive and affective outcomes? NL Schroeder, OO Adesope – Journal of Teaching and Learning …, 2013 – jotlt.indiana.edu Abstract: Educational technology is becoming ubiquitous in schools, thus presenting new challenges in the classroom. For instance, teachers may struggle to find ways to motivate students to learn in multimedia learning environments. One plausible solution is the use of … All 2 versions

Emotional practices and semantics of public employment agents O Behrend – Österreichische Zeitschrift für Soziologie, 2013 – Springer Abstract The paper tries to fill a gap in the existing sociological literature on emotions by investigating how public employment agents actually deal with their clients emotionally under a regime of activation. The results are based on interviews and non-participant … Related articles

An emotional regulation model with memories for virtual agents JH Rosales, K Jaime, F Ramos… – Cognitive Informatics & …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract—Emotional regulation is a mechanism to adjust our behavior to the current environment. We use this mechanism to achieve goals and objectives. This paper proposes a model for emotional regulation in virtual agents based on biological evidence of human … Related articles

Multi-agent Systems and Agents Emotion H Alvandy, M Sharif, P Porkar – International Journal of Computer …, 2013 – Citeseer ABSTRACT We intend to introduce and emphasize the use of emotions in collective action and individual Agents for better performance on multi-agent system design is discussed. Agent emotion is an issue which has not been seriously investigated in the design of multi … Related articles All 2 versions

Effects of augmentation agents on emotional memory consolidation and subliminal cue exposure to fear-relevant stimuli CA Gutner – 2013 – gradworks.umi.com Abstract: Seminal research demonstrated that both systemic administration and direct intra- amygdala infusions of d-cycloserine (DCS) in rats enhances extinction learning of fear. This research catalyzed further investigation of cognitive enhancers in preclinical and clinical …

Emotional Modeling for Intelligent-agents in Process Industry M Aslam, MJ Arshad, S Tanveer… – … OF FACULTY OF …, 2013 – journals.pu.edu.pk Abstract Intelligent agents are the upcoming frontiers of research in process industry specially in taking managerial decisions. Agents are tasked to work in societies with other artificial peers in modes like collaborating, cooperating, and competing in order to defend … Related articles

A Multi-Agents Framework for Contextual and Affective Decision Making. CF Freitas, G Marreiros, R Santos… – Intelligent …, 2013 – ebooks.iospress.nl Abstract In an idea generation meeting, the facilitator role is essential to obtain good results. Also the emotional context of the meeting partially determines the (un) success of the meeting, being it of idea generation or decision selection. So the facilitator needs to obtain … All 4 versions

The “Secret Agent Society” Program: A Comparison of Effectiveness Between Two School-Based Social-Emotional Skills Training Interventions for Children with a … MC Rotolone – 2013 – espace.library.uq.edu.au The school environment has long brought about a number of significant challenges for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD’s). Evidence suggests for example that children with ASD are significantly more likely than their typically developing peers to be …

Representing affective facial expressions for robots and embodied conversational agents by facial landmarks C Liu, J Ham, E Postma, C Midden, B Joosten… – International Journal of …, 2013 – Springer Abstract Affective robots and embodied conversational agents require convincing facial expressions to make them socially acceptable. To be able to virtually generate facial expressions, we need to investigate the relationship between technology and human … Related articles All 5 versions

Emotional recognition from the speech signal for a virtual education agent A Tickle, S Raghu, M Elshaw – Journal of Physics: Conference …, 2013 – iopscience.iop.org 1Department of Aviation, Aerospace, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Computing and Engineering, Coventry University, Priory Street, Coventry, UK 2Department of Computing, Faculty of Computing and Engineering, Coventry University, Priory Street, … Related articles All 3 versions

TrustE: An Emotional Trust Model for Agents. GK Bitencourt, RA Silveira, J Marchi – EUMAS, 2013 – irit.fr The study and modeling of trust has attracted the interest of researchers in several areas In Computer Science this interest is mainly in the Multiagent Systems (MAS) area Trust and reputation in MAS are essential, providing effective interaction among agents Several … All 2 versions

An adaptive agent model for affective social decision making A Sharpanskykh, J Treur – Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures, 2013 – Elsevier Abstract Decision making under stressful circumstances may involve strong emotions and requires adequate prediction and valuation capabilities. In a social context contagion from others plays an important role as well. Moreover, agents adapt their decision making … Related articles All 6 versions

Multicore Parallel Implementation of Agent Emotional Processes C Domínguez, H Hassan, V Mayans… – Trust, Security and …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract—Emotional agents are becoming promising technologies for real-time control applications (ie, robotics). The principal controllers of the agent are the emotional processes that decide the selection of behaviors to fulfill the objectives. The number of emotional … Related articles All 4 versions

… User Experience through Emotional Interaction: Determining Users’ Interests in Online Art Collections using AMARA (Affective Museum of Art Resource Agent) SJ Park – 2013 – idea.library.drexel.edu Over the past several decades, neuroscientists, psychologists, and social scientists have discovered that emotions play a significant role in aspects of behavior previously considered purely rational, such as decision-making, perception, learning, and planning (Hudlicka, … Related articles All 3 versions

Emergence of Emotion-Like Signals in Learning Agents P Sequeira, FS Melo, A Paiva – gaips.inesc-id.pt Abstract The positive impact of emotions in decision-making has long been established in both natural and artificial agents. Emotions complement the perceptual information acquired through the agent’s sensors, coloring our sensations and thus guiding our decision- … Related articles

Comparative Study of Artificial Emotional Intelligence Structuring Social Agent Behavior Based on Graph Coloring Problem A Kavitha, SS Snehasree – … of the International Conference on Frontiers of …, 2013 – Springer Abstract Building Software Models based on social agent behavior is very non-static and highly complicated. There have been various architectures proposed to model computer software to collaborate these multi-agent models. The commutation frameworks are … Related articles All 3 versions

A Computational Model of Emotional Attention for Autonomous Agents SD Barriga, LF Rodríguez, F Ramos… – … on Computational Science …, 2013 – Springer Abstract A major challenge in artificial intelligence has been the development of autonomous agents (AAs) capable of displaying very believable behaviors. In order to achieve such objective, the underlying architectures of these intelligent systems have … Related articles All 2 versions

[BOOK] Modeling emotional effects on decision-making by agents in game-based simulations M Spraragen – 2013 – dl.acm.org Abstract Intelligent agents in games tend to exhibit behaviors that do not reflect humanlike qualities. In particular, they do not exhibit human emotional state effects on decision-making behavior in games. Even when emotional behavior is expressed in a few game agent … All 2 versions

Towards an affective self-service agent CJ Martin, J Archibald, L Ball, L Carson – Proceedings of the Third …, 2013 – Springer Abstract While emotional intelligence plays a key role in facilitating satisfactory interactions between people, its application is both underexplored and underexploited in human– computer interaction. Self-service technology is increasingly being incorporated by goods … Related articles All 6 versions

Blame on them, shame on us: combining affective and normative behaviour in intelligent virtual agents N Ferreira, S Mascarenhas, A Paiva… – … agents and multi-agent …, 2013 – dl.acm.org Abstract Virtual environments often try to simulate situations where agents should display socially acceptable behaviour, as described by social norms. Actions that fulfil or violate norms can be potential sources for emotions, not just for the agent responsible, but for all … Related articles All 4 versions

An Emotional and Cognitive Recognition Model for Distance learners Based on Intelligent Agent——The Coupling of Eye Tracking and Expression Recognition … Z Zehui – Modern Distance Education Research, 2013 – en.cnki.com.cn The accurate recognition of emotional and cognitive status is a significant foundation for effective interaction between instructional agents and distance learners. Only when learners’ emotional and cognitive status were successfully identified, can instructional agents can …

Dynamic Emotional States based on Personality Profiles for Adaptive Agent Behavior Patterns F Krueger, S Seele, R Herpers, P Becker – 2013 – … .bib.hochschule-bonn-rhein-sieg.de Abstract. Realism and plausibility of computer controlled entities in entertainment software have been enhanced by adding both static personalities and dynamic emotions. Here a generic model is introduced which allows the transfer of findings from real-life personality … Related articles

Emergence of Emotion-Like Signals in Learning Agents G TERS – gaips.inesc-id.pt Research on psychology, neuroscience and other related areas established emotions as a powerful adaptive mechanism that influences cognitive and perceptual processing [6, 8, 27]. Emotions indirectly drive behaviors that lead individuals to act, achieve goals and satisfy … Related articles