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    Affective agents perceiving each other’s actions

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    In this paper, an extension of a formalized model of affective decision making is presented, based on the informally described I-PEFiC model. This extension manages that the actions agents undertake have an effect on other agents. The agents change their perceptions and beliefs about other agents if actions are taken. Further, the anger level of the agents is simulated. Simulation experiments show that the actions of agents can change the beliefs and the perceptions of another agent so much that the other agent changes its mind and chooses to perform another action than it was currently doing.

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    Title : Affective agents perceiving each other’s actions
    Author(s) : Pontier, M.A., and Siddiqui, G.F.
    Abstract : In this paper, an extension of a formalized model of affective decision making is presented, based on the informally described I-PEFiC model. This extension manages that the actions agents undertake have an effect on other agents. The agents change their perceptions and beliefs about other agents if actions are taken. Further, the anger level of the agents is simulated. Simulation experiments show that the actions of agents can change the beliefs and the perceptions of another agent so much that the other agent changes its mind and chooses to perform another action than it was currently doing.
    Keywords : Agent-Based Modelling, Affective Decision-Making, Perception

    Subject : Affect Modeling, Perception
    Area : Computer Science
    Language : English
    Year : 2009

    Affiliations CAMeRA@VU University Amsterdam
    Conference_title : ECMS
    Url : http://www.few.vu.nl/~mpr210/ECMS2009_Affective_agents.pdf

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