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Effects of Adding a Simple Rule to a Reactive Simulation
Simulating Interacting Agents and Social Phenomena
This paper focuses on simple affective roles in a replication of the Dominance World (DomWorld) model of primate social behaviour. Agents are discussed as autonomous entities capable of managing their social ranks by performing or avoiding dominance interactions. With autonomy described as the ability to deal with such aggressions only by using local perception and internal action-selection, different social organisations can be observed by introducing a simple, reactive representation of fear to some agents in the model.doi:10.1007/978-4-431-99781-8_15 dblp:conf/wcss/Lucas08 fatcat:qhs7tuj5wzdzbevut5vfki6awa