Virtual Humans Growing up

Christian Becker-Asano, Stefan Kopp, Nadine Pfeiffer-Leßmann, Ipke Wachsmuth
2008 Künstliche Intelligenz  
In order to understand and model the role of emotion in cognitive processes we attempt to integrate theoretical approaches originating from different disciplines in an implemented cognitive architecture for embodied agents. Our virtual humanoid agent Max employs this architecture to generate believable human-like behaviors in a variety of situational contexts. In this article, we describe how we go about endowing Max's architecture with increasingly elaborated kinds of emotions -from primary
more » ... tions like happiness and fear, toward secondary emotions like hope and relief.
dblp:journals/ki/BeckerKPW08 fatcat:wcdcz64jpvca5pbi3ebznjemoy