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A Framework Covering the Influence of ffm/neo pi-r Traits over the Dialogical Process of Rational Agents [chapter]

Jean-Paul Sansonnet, François Bouchet
2014 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
We introduce an enriched taxonomy of personality traits, based on the well-used FFM/NEO PI-R taxonomy and we show how it can be applied on an example of agents, taken from the literature.  ...  In this article we address coverage and comprehensiveness issues raised by the integration of a large class of psychological phenomena into rational dialogical agents.  ...  Consequently, we will consider traits and operators associated with social and dialogical aspects of the agents, which cover about 55% of the FFM/NEO PI-R/BS schemes [34] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-44440-5_4 fatcat:mzbz4ylmnrgwtjp4lnpootwuu4

Expressing the Personality of an Intelligent Room through Ambient Output Modalities

Jean-Paul Sansonnet, Yacine Bellik
unpublished
We explore here the feasibility of the direct expression of the emotional states and personality traits of the mental model of an ambient agent directly through the specific output physical modalities.  ...  In order to build more friendly ambient systems, some authors have proposed that the agent controlling the system should be provided with a mental model and should express personality traits and emotions  ...  in terms of their psychological influences/alterations over the rational process of an artificial agent achieving a particular goal γ.  ... 
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Porto, Portugal AMBIENT 2013 Editors

Maarten Weyn, Hani Alzaid, Stephen Barrass, Orlando Belo, Daniel Berckmans, Universiteit Katholieke, Stephan Leuven, Hochschule Böhm, Rheinmain, José Germany, Mami Bravo, Spain Lab (+53 others)
unpublished
We hope that AMBIENT 2013 was a successful international forum for the exchange of ideas and results between academia and industry and for the promotion of progress in the field of ambient computing, applications  ...  We hope that Porto, Portugal, provided a pleasant environment during the conference and everyone saved some time to enjoy the charm of the city.  ...  Our approach is based on three supports: 1) the wellused models for emotions (Ekman) and traits (FFM/NEO PI-R); 2) the R&B framework stating how psychological features can be implemented in terms of  ... 
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