Emotional Agents 2015


Notes:

  • Affective agent
  • Agent ecosystem
  • Artificial emotion
  • Emotion detection
  • Emotion engine
  • Emotional avatar
  • Synthetic emotion
  • Virtual human

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Greta: an interactive expressive embodied conversational agent C Pelachaud – Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on …, 2015 – dl.acm.org … Keywords Embodied Conversational Agent; Multimodal behaviors; Socio- emotional agent … Her research interest includes embodied conversational agent, nonverbal communication (face, gaze, and gesture), expressive behaviors and socio-emotional agents. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 6 versions

An interactive, generative Punch and Judy show using institutions, ASP and emotional agents M Thompson, J Padget, S Battle – 2015 – eprints.uwe.ac.uk A narrative world can be viewed as a form of society in which characters follow a set of social norms whose collective function is to guide the characters through (the creation of) a story arc and reach some conclusion. By modelling the rules of a narrative using norms, … Related articles All 6 versions

Emotional Agents for Shooter Games: Understanding How Playersapos; Emotional Profiles Influence Game Playouts BXF Tavares – 2015 – repositorio-aberto.up.pt Gameplay testing still suffers from inefficient feedback assimilation, not only due to the subjective nature of the retrieved information but also due to the amount of time required to retrieve it. This work attempts to ameliorate that issue by automating the testing process … Related articles

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Evaluation of Emotional Agents’ Architectures: an Approach Based on Quality Metrics and the Influence of Emotions on Users MO Meira, AMP Canuto – Proceedings of the World Congress on …, 2015 – iaeng.org Abstract–There is a need for multi-agent system designers in determining the quality of systems in the earliest phases of the development process. The architectures of the agents are also part of the design of these systems, and therefore also need to have their quality … Related articles

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Prediction of Solar Cycle 24: Using a Connectionist Model of the Emotional System M Parsapoor, U Bilstrup, B Svensson – 2015 International Joint …, 2015 – diva-portal.org … A. Three Applications of the Computational Model of Emotion a) Emotion-based decision-making model: This model is the basis of the artificially intelligent (AI) emotional agent that integrates emotional reactions with rational reactions. … Related articles

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Agent-based modeling and simulation of the emotional experiences of employees within organizations HL Riahi, F Kebair, LB Said – Proceedings of the Conference on Summer …, 2015 – dl.acm.org … introduce the few attempts that have been conducted to propose emotional agent-based models that simulate the human behavior in the organizational context. 3.1. Emotional Agents and Computational Models of Emotions (CME) Several models of agents with emotions have … Related articles

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Emotions and Consumption E Illouz, Y Benger – The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of …, 2015 – Wiley Online Library … THE CREATION OF THE CONSUMER AS AN EMOTIONAL AGENT One crucial point which the sociology of consumption has disregarded is the historical process through which the consumer was conceptualized in emotional terms. … Cited by 2 Related articles All 4 versions

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