Why You Should Buy an Emotional Planner (bibtex)
by Jonathan Gratch
Abstract:
Computation models of emotion have begun to address the problem of how agents arrive at a given emotional state, and how that state might alter their reactions to the environment. Existing work has focused on reactive models of behavior and does not, as of yet, provide much insight on how emotion might relate to the construction and execution of complex plans. This article focuses on this later question. I present a model of how agents ap- praise the emotion significance of events that illustrates a complementary relationship between classical planning methods and models of emotion processing. By building on classical planning methods, the model clarifies prior accounts of emotional appraisal and extends these ac- counts to handle the generation and execution of com- plex multi-agent plans.
Reference:
Why You Should Buy an Emotional Planner (Jonathan Gratch), In Proceedings of the Agents '99 Workshop on Emotion-Based Agent Architectures, 1999.
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{gratch_why_1999,
	title = {Why {You} {Should} {Buy} an {Emotional} {Planner}},
	url = {http://ict.usc.edu/pubs/Why%20You%20Should%20Buy%20an%20Emotional%20Planner.pdf},
	abstract = {Computation models of emotion have begun to address the problem of how agents arrive at a given emotional state, and how that state might alter their reactions to the environment. Existing work has focused on reactive models of behavior and does not, as of yet, provide much insight on how emotion might relate to the construction and execution of complex plans. This article focuses on this later question. I present a model of how agents ap- praise the emotion significance of events that illustrates a complementary relationship between classical planning methods and models of emotion processing. By building on classical planning methods, the model clarifies prior accounts of emotional appraisal and extends these ac- counts to handle the generation and execution of com- plex multi-agent plans.},
	booktitle = {Proceedings of the {Agents} '99 {Workshop} on {Emotion}-{Based} {Agent} {Architectures}},
	author = {Gratch, Jonathan},
	year = {1999},
	keywords = {Virtual Humans}
}
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