Emotional Agents 2016

affective agent / affective agents / emotion agent / emotion agents / emotional agent / emotional agents


JBdiEmo is an OCC model based emotional engine for Jadex BDI agent system.  OCC stands for Ortony, Clore and Collins, authors of the 1988 book, The Cognitive Structure of Emotions.

  • Affective interface
  • Agent ecosystem
  • Artificial emotion
  • Emotion agent
  • Emotion detection
  • Emotion engine
  • Emotion synthesis
  • Emotional AI
  • Emotional agent
  • Emotional avatar
  • Emotional modeling
  • Emotional processing
  • Emotional system
  • Robotic agents (robots)
  • Synthetic emotion
  • Virtual human


  • acii2015.org .. sixth international conference on affective computing and intelligent interaction
  • chatsubo.net .. specializing in the field of artificial intelligence
  • chatsubolabs.com .. research and development arm of chatsubo.net
  • jocc.googlecode.com .. simple implementation of the so-called occ model of emotional processing



See also:

100 Best Emotion Recognition Videos100 Best Sensitive Artificial Listener Videos | Affective Computing & Dialog Systems 2016 | Jadex Framework | SAL (Sensitive Artificial Listener) 2016

Ontologies for social, cognitive and affective agent-based support of child’s diabetes self-management
MA Neerincx, F Kaptein, MA Van Bekkum, H Krieger… – Proc. ECAI, 2016 – ecai2016.org
Abstract. 1 The PAL project is developing:(1) an embodied conversational agent (robot and its avatar);(2) applications for child-agent activities that help children from 8 to 14 years old to acquire the required knowledge, skills and attitude for adequate diabetes self-

Modelling mood in co-operative emotional agents
J Collenette, K Atkinson, D Bloembergen… – Proceedings of DARS …, 2016 – cgi.csc.liv.ac.uk
Abstract Simulating emotions based on psychological models has been a topic where work has focused on social dilemmas using simulated emotions to inform decision making within artificial agents. However human decision making is affected not only by emotions but also

Mobility effects on the evolution of co-operation in emotional robotic agents
J Collenette, K Atkinson, D Bloembergen… – Proc. of ALA …, 2016 – flowermountains.nl
… In this paper, we will explore the effects on co-operation when emotional agents are given the ability to move within relatively small and structured environments. We conclude that once mobility is introduced, different strategies are successful than in static agents. …

Affective Pedagogical Agent in E-Learning Environment: A Reflective Analysis
A Mohanty – Creative Education, 2016 – file.scirp.org
… skin conductance data to the tutoring system for analyzing learners’ boredom and confusion levels, 7) EMASPEL (Emotional Multi-Agents Systems for peer-to-peer E-learning) (Ben Ammar & Neji, 2007) where five kinds of agents (ie Interface agent, emotional agent, EEC agents …

NEUCOGAR: A neuromodulating cognitive architecture for biomimetic emotional AI
J Vallverdu, M Talanov, S Distefano… – International Journal of …, 2016 – academia.edu
… Here, emotions are a mere and partial triggerer. C. WASABI Becker.Asano and Wachsmuth 2009: one of the best model to simulate affective agents, it differentiates between primary and secondary emotions (grounded in primary in. …

Classifying Emotions in Customer Support Dialogues in Social Media.
J Herzig, G Feigenblat… – SIGDIAL …, 2016 – anthology.aclweb.org
… ti-3 agent ti-2 customer ti customer ti-1 agent {Agent essence} {Agent Emotion} {Customer Emotion} {Agent Emotion} {Customer Emotion} {Agent essence} Figure 3: Example for Historical features propa- gation for customer turn, ti, with history= 3. When history= 1, the historical …

Mood and emotional states prediction by time series methods
M Mehraei, NI Akcay – 2016 – researchgate.net
… Making them remember— Emotional virtual characters with memory.Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE, 29(2), 20-29. Kazemifard, M., Ghasem-Aghaee, N., & Oren, TI (2006). An event-based implementation of emotional agents. SIMULATION SERIES, 38(4), 63. …

Predicting Decision in Human-Agent Negotiation using functional MRI
E Kim, SI Gimbel, A Litvinova, JT Kaplan… – Proceedings of the …, 2016 – mindmodeling.org
… This research is supported by AFOSR FA9550-14-1-0364. References Beale, R., & Creed, C. (2009). Affective interaction: How emotional agents affect users. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 67(9). Brave, S., Nass, C., & Hutchinson, K. (2005). …

Formal Analysis of an Agent Support Model for Behaviour Change Intervention
O Adegoke, A Ab Aziz, Y Yusof – Int J Adv Sci Eng Inf Technol, 2016 – researchgate.net
… Human Behavior Unterstanding, 2011. 104–115. [5] E. Andre, E. Bevacqua, D. Heylen, R. Niewiadomski, C. Pelachaud, C. Peters and I. Poggi. Non-verbal persuasion and communication in an affective agent. Emotion-Oriented Systems, 2011. 585–608. …

Transactions on Affective Computing–Changes and Continuance
BW Schuller – IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, 2016 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… esteemed new members for the editorial board named in no particular order: for physiological measurement Bin Hu (Lanzhou University, PR China) and Mohammad Soleymani (University of Geneva, Switzerland), for multimodal affective analysis and affective agent systems M …

Emotional Processing in Individual and Social Recalibration
B Huebner, T Glazer – faculty.georgetown.edu
… We must learn how to use our fear responses in ways that are sensitive to the demands of our current situation. And part of what it means to be a successful emotional agent is to be able to adapt our reflexive responses to suit our current situation. …

Framework and Assessment of Conversational Virtual Humans as Role-players in Simulated Social Encounters with People
JL Hart, MD Proctor – Journal of the International Association of …, 2016 – researchgate.net
… New York, New York, USA: ACM Press. [27] Beale, R., & Creed, C. (2009). Affective interaction: How emotional agents affect users. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 67(9), 755–776. [28] De Melo, CM, Carnevale, P., & Gratch, J. (2010). …

A norms decay framework in open normative multi-agent systems
M Hammoud, AYC Tang, A Ahmad – Br. J. Appl. Sci. Technol, 2016 – researchgate.net
Page 1. _____ *Corresponding author: E-mail: muhsen_hammoud@yahoo.com; British Journal of …

Retrieving Categorical Emotions Using a Probabilistic Framework to Define Preference Learning Samples.
R Lotfian, C Busso – INTERSPEECH, 2016 – ecs.utdallas.edu
… 37, no. 6, pp. 1086–1095, July 2007. [6] W. Burleson and R. Picard, “Affective agents: sustaining motiva- tion to learn through failure and a state of “stuck”,” in Social and Emotional Intelligence in Learning Environments Workshop In conjunction with the 7th International …

The Effect of Mobility and Emotion on Interactions in Multi-Agent Systems.
J Collenette, K Atkinson, D Bloembergen, K Tuyls – STAIRS, 2016 – cgi.csc.liv.ac.uk
… It is well known in psychology that emotions affect human decision making [1]. Recently, it has been shown that simulating emotions within autonomous agents (which we refer to as emotional agents throughout the paper) can similarly influence the evolution of co- operation …

Jadex/JBdiEmo Emotional Agents in Games with Purpose: a Feasibility Demonstration
Š KoreÏko, B Sobota, P Zemianek – SNE, 2016 – sne-journal.org
Abstract. The jMonkeyEngine 3D game engine, combined with Jadex agent system and JBdiEmo emotional extension may offer a suitable toolset for effective creation of feature-rich virtual environments, provided that an appropriate interface, allowing to use the full potential

P Patil – 2016 – academia.edu
… He proposes a useful read concerning the role of emotions in agent design and its implications for the look of emotional agents. … New York, NY: Cambridge university press, 1988. [15] Reilly, WS and Bates, J. (1992) “Building Emotional Agents”. …

Toward a Systematic Development of Affective Intelligent
B Alfonso, E Vivancos, V Botti – 2016 – riunet.upv.es
… models and architectures. Our aim is to perform a further step towards the standardization of this process, in order to improve the creation and enhancement of affective agent languages, architectures, and models. We offer a …

Designing an Affective Intelligent Agent on GenIA3
B Alfonso, E Vivancos, V Botti – 2016 – riunet.upv.es
… Page 2. GenIA3 is a General-purpose Intelligent Affective Agent Architecture, which can be committed with specific psychological theories to create the design of the final agent. Intelligent affective agents can be implemented by using the default design of GenIA3. …

Decoding Virtual Agent’s Emotion and Strategy from Brain Patterns
E Kim, SI Gimbel, A Litvinova, JT Kaplan, M Dehghani – www-scf.usc.edu
… the effect of emotion include the work of Maldonado et al. (2005) where they demonstrated that people who interact with an emotional agent perform better on a test than those who interact with an emotionless agent in a web-based learning environment. Van Kleef et al. …

Emotional Interaction between Artificial Companion Agents and the Elderly
Y Xinjia – 2016 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
Page 1. Abstract i [Book Draft] Emotional Interaction between Artificial Companion Agents and the Elderly By Yu Xinjia Interdisciplinary Graduate School of the Nanyang Technological University Singapore 21 Jan 2016 Page 2. Abstract ii Abstract …

L OULANNE – geb.uni-giessen.de
… She is working on material things in Djuna Barnes’s and Jean Rhys’s short fiction, focusing on how things work beyond symbolism and narrative functions as affective agents, and how they affect the processes of literary sense-making. …

An FCM-based Personalized Affective Model for Agile Software Development.
W He, J Lin, X Yu, Z Shen, C Miao – SEKE, 2016 – ntulily.org
… and personality. In [9], an emotional agent was proposed for a serious game based on the Goal Net model [10]. The agent’s emotions are modeled by the OCC model powered by an FCM inference engine. Composite emotions …

S Vosinakis, N Avradinis – Mediterranean Archaeology & …, 2016 – maajournal.com
Page 1. Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry, Vol. 16, No 5, (2016), pp. 29-41 Copyright © 2016 MAA Open Access. Printed in Greece. All rights reserved. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.204964 VIRTUAL AGORA: REPRESENTATION OF AN ANCIENT …

I Sharaha, AAL Dweik – Computer Science & Information Technology – aircconline.com
… From table 3, you can notice that most of interactive storytelling authoring tool approaches are using agent techniques; that is the behavioral and emotional agent designed to serve the storytelling attracting the users and giving them more chances and abilities to produce a …

Coordination, Organizations, Institutions, and Normes in Agent Systems XI
V Dignum, P Noriega, M Sensoy, JS Sichman – Springer
… for Collaborative Monitors….. 376 Bas Testerink, Nils Bulling, and Mehdi Dastani An Interactive, Generative Punch and Judy Show Using Institutions, ASP and Emotional Agents….. 396 Matt Thompson …

Emotion Analysis Using Emotion Recognition Module Evolved by Genetic Programming
R YUSUF, I TANEV, K SHIMOHARA… – ???????? …, 2016 – doors.doshisha.ac.jp
… Component Details User A single user who interacts with the system Kinect Sensors The main sensor of the system, consisting of several cameras and microphones Affective Agent The main module to manage and synchronize flows of data, including the module for machine …

Emotions Detection on an Ambient Intelligent System Using Wearable Devices
A Costa, JA Rincon, C Carrascosa, V Julian, P Novais – ceur-ws.org
… 2.1 Architecture The ESW platform is composed of agents that calculate the group emotion (or Social Emotion) of the participants, through the Social Emotion Agent (SEtA) and resorting to machine learning techniques and makes it available for con- sumption [11,12]. …

The Mindful Commute
P Paredes, W Ju, J Landay – chi2016mentalhealth.media.mit.edu
… Journal of experimental psychology 54, 5 (1957), 345–352. [5] Burleson, W. and Picard, R. A platform for affective agent research. Workshop on Empathetic Agents, International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, (2004). …

Empirical Knowledge Acquisition of Commonsense Psychology
W Jarrold, PZ Yeh – cognitum.ws
Page 1. Empirical Knowledge Acquisition of Commonsense Psychology William Jarrold & Peter Z Yeh Nuance Communications william.jarrold@nuance.com peter.yeh@nuance.com Abstract A method for acquisition of general …

M Kock – academia.edu
… Barbara Becker (2006) says, among other things in the text Social missile emotional agents: Some remarks on Page 6. 6 … Becker, B. (2006) “Social robots- emotional agents: Some remarks on naturalizing man- machine interaction” International Review of Information Ethics. Vol. …

Social Influence Analysis based on Facial Emotions.
P Mishra, R Hadfi, T Ito – SocInf@ IJCAI, 2016 – ceur-ws.org
… values are based on the discussion in [7]. The emotion diffusion in both the scenarios is calculated using the algorithms 1 and 2. Let us first discuss the algorithm 1 for a ? e scenario, which accepts the list of passive (agent with action: emotion or no emotion) agents for every …

Crowd Computing for Population Aging Challenges
H Yu, Z Pan, C Miao, C Leung – ntulily.org
… 1991–1992. [23] ME Foster, A. Deshmukh, S. Janarthanam, MY Lim, H. Hastie, and R. Aylett, “Influencing the learning experience through affective agent feedback in a real-world treasure hunt,” in Proceeding of the 14th International Conference on Autonomous Agent and Multi …

Emotions, engagement and self-efficacy in e-learning process
F D’Errico, M Paciello, L Cerniglia… – The Online, Open and …, 2016 – repositorio.ipl.pt
… Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Burleson, W., Picard, RW, Perlin, K., & Lippincott, J.(2004). A platform for affective agent research. In Workshop on Empathetic Agents, International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, Columbia University, New York, NY. …

Envy and Ressentiment, a Difference in Kind: A Critique and Renewal of Scheler’s Phenomenological Account-See more at: http://www. bloomsbury. com/us …
MR Kelly – 2016 – philpapers.org
… My hypothesis is that if ***** the al seus of these emotional agents following the “cause” of P9*** e shall see (i) that the causal delusion is not an essential feature of all types of envy and, as such, (ii) that both different Pe of envy and envy and ressen- , ale diferent objects. …

A Conversational Agent for the Improvement of Human Reasoning Skills
NT Le – fg-elearning.gi.de
Page 1. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät Institut für Informatik A Conversational Agent for the Improvement of Human Reasoning Skills Bachelorarbeit zur Erlangung des akademischen Grades Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.) …

The Effect of Cognitive–Oriented Video Games on Executive Functions of Preschool Children with Neuropsychological Learning Disabilities
A Jafarabadi – ijser.org
… 26. [42] Eva Hudlicka, Chapter 4 – Virtual Affective Agents and Therapeutic Games, In Artificial Intelligence in Behavioral and Mental Health Care, edited by David D. Luxton, Academic Press, San Diego, 2016, Pages 81-115. …

Agent-Oriented Methodology for Designing Cognitive Agents for Serious Games
CW Shiang, JJ Meyer, K Taveter – Engineering Multi-Agent Systems, 2016 – aperto.unito.it
… [20] Korecko, S., Sobota, B., & Curilla, P.(2014, November). Emotional agents as non-playable characters in games: Experience with Jadex and JBdiEmo. In: Computational Intelligence and Informatics (CINTI), 2014 IEEE 15th International Symposium on (pp. 471-476). IEEE. …

Investigation of the Stability of Oxadiasole and Their Analogs Using Quantum Mechanics Computation
M Karimi – Computational Chemistry, 2016 – file.scirp.org
… different varieties are discussed here. In Figure 1, different Oxidiasoles derivatives are illu- strated. Oxidiasoles are usually employed for designing bioactive or affective agents on organisms (entities). This in- teresting group of …

Impact Factor: 3.567 Peer Reviewed Journal
M Choudhury – ijmdrr.com
… References 1. Ailiya, Shen, Z., & Miao, C. (2010). An emotional agent in virtual learning environment. Transactions on edutainment IV, 22-33. 2. Ailiya, Shen, Z., & Miao, C. (2011). Affective Teachable Agent in VLE: A Goal Oriented Approach. 3. Allen, VL, & Feldman, RS (1976). …

J. Huang, M. Fratarcangeli, Y. Ding &
C Pelachaud – marcofratarcangeli.it
Page 1. 123 The Visual Computer International Journal of Computer Graphics ISSN 0178-2789 Vis Comput DOI 10.1007/s00371-016-1297-x Inverse kinematics using dynamic joint parameters: inverse kinematics animation synthesis learnt from sub-divided motion …

Methodologies and Tools for Creating Competitive Poker Playing Agents
LFG Teófilo – 2016 – repositorio-aberto.up.pt
Page 1. Methodologies and Tools for Creating Competitive Poker Playing Agents Luís Filipe Guimarães Teófilo PROGRAMA DOUTORAL EM ENGENHARIA INFORMÁTICA Supervisor: Luís Paulo Gonçalves dos Reis (Ph.D.) …

Pedestrian activity simulation in shopping environments
J Dijkstra, AJ Jessurun – 2016 – pure.tue.nl
… Rooted on basic principles of CA, this approach takes into account the heterogeneity of agents and provides interaction between agents locally and at-a-distance interaction; also, the notion of perception and action is included in affective agents [8]. Our model distinguishes …

CAH Nazir – owsgip.itc.utwente.nl
Page 1. Deliverable Number: D4.3 Cognitive spatio-temporal model and simulation: Construction of cognitive spatiotemporal network model with simulation results Date Monday, 29 February 2016 VERSION NUMBER: Report Number: Main Author: 2 …

… This term is used for all the concepts of city center, suburbs, and areas which located between them. Also it is applicable for concepts of city, town and village.[4] Affective agents in creating urban structure The movement framework Mixing uses Density, facilities, form …

Sound Synthesis for Communicating Nonverbal Expressive Cues
JF Gorostiza, F Alonso-Mart?n, A Castro-González… – system, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Table I summarizes some prominent SES models/param- eters: a human voice model developed by [19] and used by Kismet, the robotic torso ([26]); the system presented in [13] that simulates how to synthesize gibberish for emotional agents; and the main parameters used for …

The Fiction of Aftermath: Public Art, Public Imagination and the Aesthetics of Anthropogenic Crisis
V Tello, L Fisher – AUSTRALIAN HUMANITIES …, 2016 – australianhumanitiesreview.org
… of the imagination. Numerous scholars have argued for the capacity of art to act as a powerful affective agent within the context of political events and social movements (Bennett; Papastergiadis; Demos). For example, philosophers …

Emotions and Representation.
T Oliver-Skuse – Philosophy, 2016 – minerva-access.unimelb.edu.au
… emotions can play. This means showing that emotions can noninferentially make contributions to the justification of evaluative beliefs and showing that the justificatory force they impart is available to the emotional agent. In order …

Opinionated Natural Language Generation
T Cagan – 2016 – idc.ac.il
Page 1. The Interdisciplinary Center, Herzlia Efi Arazi School of Computer Science M.Sc. program – Research Track Opinionated Natural Language Generation by Tomer Cagan M.Sc. dissertation, submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the M.Sc. …

Musical Intensity in Affect Regulation: Uncovering Hope and Resilience Through Heavy Music
DC Hereld – 2016 – academia.edu
… way. Re-affording the social, political, and affective agent its agency, one may finally “External events no longer affect him in the same way as they do others: it is not that they affect him 2 less; on the contrary, frequently they affect him more” (Laing, 1960, 43). Page 24. 11 …

Page 1. Univ. Beograd. Publ. Elektrotehn. Fak. Sor. Mat. 18 (2007), 93-137. Available electronically at http: //pefmath.etf.bg.ac.yu ABSTRACTS OF TALKS PRESENTED AT THE INTERNATIONAL MATHEMATICAL CONFERENCE …

Neurotechnology and dynamic flow: the influence of brain stimulation technologies and neurofeedback on the self and self-understanding
IC Molthof – 2016 – essay.utwente.nl

Music in the spaces of the 21st century
B Darlington – 2016 – chesterrep.openrepository.com
… Here, self-administered music was a catalyst, a device that enabled Lucy to move from one set of feelings to another over a relatively short time span. Through reference to music, Lucy reconfigured herself as a social-emotional agent. (DeNora, 2000, p.16) …