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Emotion in Intelligent Virtual Agents: The Flow Model of Emotion [chapter]

Luís Morgado, Graça Gaspar
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Different models have been proposed to support emotion in artificial agents.  ...  However, a general framework to support the implementation of emotional agents of different kinds and levels of complexity is still not well defined.  ...  However, this communicative aspect is of particular importance in intelligent virtual agents, either to communicate between agents or to interact with humans.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-39396-2_7 fatcat:6dmeelzpefbqda2mz5ui5jxc24

Exploring Perceived Emotional Intelligence of Personality-Driven Virtual Agents in Handling User Challenges

Xiaojuan Ma, Emily Yang, Pascale Fung
2019 The World Wide Web Conference on - WWW '19  
If it is the author's pre-published version, changes introduced as a result of publishing processes such as copy-editing and formatting may not be reflected in this document.  ...  For a definitive version of this work, please refer to the published version.  ...  The situation beckons a need for emotional intelligence (EI) in a software agent (i.e., virtual agent).  ... 
doi:10.1145/3308558.3313400 dblp:conf/www/MaYF19 fatcat:lbg2brnoubekvmmdm3qeienhvy

Search for an Appropriate Behavior within the Emotional Regulation in Virtual Creatures Using a Learning Classifier System

Jonathan-Hernando Rosales, Félix Ramos, Marco Ramos, José-Antonio Cervantes
2017 Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience  
The problem we address is how to endow virtual creatures with emotion regulation in order to compute an appropriate behavior in a specific emotional situation.  ...  We illustrate the function of our proposal in unknown and known situations by means of two case studies.  ...  Acknowledgments The research is financed by CONACYT with Scholarship no. 263588.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2017/5204083 pmid:29209362 pmcid:PMC5676365 fatcat:gky2lquexncbdmc237nkq25bki

Teachable Agent [article]

Ailiya Borjigin
2015 arXiv   pre-print
The ATA model begins with the analysis of pedagogical requirements and teaching goals, using Learning by Teaching theory to design interventions which can authentically promote the learning behaviors of  ...  Soon after its emergence, research of TA becomes an active field, as it can solve the over scaffolded problem in traditional pedagogical systems, and encourage students to take the responsibility of learning  ...  The most important principle of emotional modeling, which can be used in AI, is computability, because the main job of embedding an emotional model into intelligent agents is to combine a psychological  ... 
arXiv:1502.02370v1 fatcat:pjm24rflvbe5behvlupz4w6dd4

A Bio-inspired Nano-Agent Architecture for Intelligent Agents [chapter]

Jean-Claude Heudin
2010 Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agents  
Realist deformation of human body shapes, Proceedings of Computer Animation and Simulation, pp.125-135 Badler, N., Allbeck, J., Byun, M. (2002)  ...  Emotions The emotional personality used a layered model of affect inspired by the ALMA model (Gebhard, 2005) and the previous emotional model of EVA (Heudin, 2004) .  ...  The Experimental Prototype Believable Intelligent Agents Traditionally, virtual characters were mainly designed using a computer graphics approach in which visual realism is the ultimate goal.  ... 
doi:10.5772/8368 fatcat:csahghhjjfdkvggytpx4bbipb4

Autonomous Agents as Synthetic Characters

Clark Elliott, Jacek Brzezinski
1998 The AI Magazine  
In this article, we look at a number of autonomous agent systems that embody their intelligence at least partially through the projection of a believable, engaging, synthetic persona.  ...  Among other topics, we touch briefly on samples of research that explore synthetic personality, representations of emotion, societies of fanciful and playful characters, intelligent and engaging automated  ...  The Ebb and Flow of Affective Life Juan Velásquez at the MIT Artificial Intelligence Lab has developed a computational model called CATHEXIS for generating emotions in autonomous agents.  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v19i2.1366 dblp:journals/aim/ElliottB98 fatcat:t2exgtgjkfgsno457km67abk5u

Affective Agent Interface Design

Yi-Chen Hsu
2013 International Journal of Asia Digital Art and Design Association  
Acknowledgment This study was assisted by IASL, Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica.  ...  In fact, 22 emotional categories have been classified in the model and therefore the model offers a sufficient level of complexity and detail to cover most situations an emotional intelligent agent might  ...  As a result of these capabilities, numerous pieces of research have adopted the OCC model to generate emotions for their intelligent agents.  ... 
doi:10.20668/adada.17.2_38 fatcat:yhjhsy24drfbpclqxwhjahsnpm

Designing emotionally sentient agents

Daniel McDuff, Mary Czerwinski
2018 Communications of the ACM  
In this paper, we discuss the design of emotionally sentient systems, from sensing emotional cues to the affective responding of computer agents.  ...  What are the properties of an emotionally intelligent agent? What are the ethical implications?  ...  The most common emotional agents are still likely to be virtual.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3186591 fatcat:gmnohfeuejhnreppnwuxuie22q

Emotional agents - state of the art and applications

Mirjana Ivanovic, Zoran Budimac, Milos Radovanovic, Vladimir Kurbalija, Weihui Dai, Costin Bădică, Mihaela Colhon, Srdjan Ninkovic, Dejan Mitrovic
2015 Computer Science and Information Systems  
The first part is devoted to an overview of the state-of-the-art in emotional intelligence research with emphasis on emotional agents.  ...  This paper brings new insights in the field of emotional, intelligent software agents.  ...  OI174023: "Intelligent techniques and their integration into wide-spectrum decision support," and by bilateral project no. 2-9/2013: "Emotional Intelligence and Applications Based on Multi-Agent Systems  ... 
doi:10.2298/csis141026047i fatcat:jkzz7ugutjg7tb4dbq7ti7ljn4

Negotiating Agents

Catholijn M. Jonker, Koen V. Hindriks, Pascal Wiggers, Joost Broekens
2012 The AI Magazine  
Already more than a decade, negotiating agents can outperform human beings (in terms of deal optimality) if the negotiation space is well-understood.  ...  However, the inherent semantic problem and the emotional issues involved make that negotiation cannot be handled by artificial intelligence alone, and a human-machine collaborative system is required.  ...  offline training by means of virtual reality role play including affective intelligent virtual agents (Core et al. 2006; Traum et al. 2008 ) (for example, play and reflect The affective support functions  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v33i3.2421 fatcat:2dhtikerhbhpdlokqbkmap2vtm

Integrating Adaptive Emotional Agents in ITS [chapter]

Jessica Faivre, Roger Nkambou, Claude Frasson
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
According for the relations between emotion, cognition and action in contextual learning, we propose an ITS model based on a multiagent architecture in which two adaptive emotional agents have been integrated  ...  The approach combines Intelligent Tutoring System works with research on human emotion in Cognitive Science, Psychology and Communication.  ...  Acknowledgments: we thank the Ministry of Research, Science and Technology and Valorisation-Recherche Quebec (VRQ) for their support to this project.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-47987-2_103 fatcat:zfo4ohxzsfhvdldd752k2csn54

Hybrid Control for Embodied Agents Applications [chapter]

Jan Miksatko, Michael Kipp
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We propose a hybrid and modular approach to modeling the agent's control, combining state charts and rule processing.  ...  While graphical realism is steadily increasing, the complexity of believable behavior is still hard to create and maintain.  ...  This research has been carried out within the framework of the Excellence Cluster Multimodal Computing and Interaction (MMCI), sponsored by the German Research Foundation (DFG).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-04617-9_66 fatcat:qbt55sgsg5bgxdl6twjouoyqna

Tears and fears

Jonathan Gratch, Stacy Marsella
2001 Proceedings of the fifth international conference on Autonomous agents - AGENTS '01  
In service of this goal, we integrate two complementary approaches to emotional modeling into a single unified system.  ...  This integrated model is layered atop Steve, a pedagogical agent architecture, and exercised within the context of the Mission Rehearsal Exercise, a prototype system designed to teach decision-making skills  ...  The content of this article does not necessarily reflect the position or the policy of the Government, and no official endorsement should be inferred.  ... 
doi:10.1145/375735.376309 dblp:conf/agents/GratchM01 fatcat:opgbfcsfnjbbdd3khk2wh2kc54

Abusive interactions with embodied agents

Chris Creed, Russell Beale
2008 Interaction Studies  
We highlight the potential opportunities for abuse when interacting with embodied agents in virtual worlds and discuss how our social interactions with such entities can contribute to abusive behaviour  ...  As a result, there is little understanding of the potential for embodied entities to abuse and manipulate users for questionable purposes.  ...  In an attempt to build socially intelligent agents, many researchers have been focusing on the development of computational models of human intelligence and cognition based on information from the social  ... 
doi:10.1075/is.9.3.07cre fatcat:7gqtcf3ssfbdxpce2zssxr5jxa

Formalising Believability and Building Believable Virtual Agents [chapter]

Anton Bogdanovych, Tomas Trescak, Simeon Simoff
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Believability is an important characteristic of intelligent virtual agents, however, very few attempts have been made to define and formalise it.  ...  The paper also presents a computational believability framework built around this formalism, featuring virtual agents able to reason about their environment -the virtual world in which they are embedded  ...  The approach taken in Virtual Institutions is to "program" the environment first, in terms of the roles of the agents, their presence, possible scenes, the role flow of the agents between these scenes,  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-14803-8_11 fatcat:ox3kw7hov5f4pcnhfztj4me4xe
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