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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Social credit assignment is a process of social judgment whereby one singles out individuals to blame or credit for multi-agent activities. Such judgments are a key aspect of social intelligence and underlie social planning, social learning, natural language pragmatics and computational models of emotion. Based on psychological attribution theory, this paper presents a preliminary computational approach to forming such judgments based on an agent's causal knowledge and conversation interactions.doi:10.1007/978-3-540-39396-2_8 fatcat:dccvqwbd2bey7nkwqckdhc5hji