Affective vs . Deliberative Agent Control

@inproceedings{Scheutz2001AffectiveV,
  title={Affective vs . Deliberative Agent Control},
  author={Matthias Scheutz and Brian Logan},
  year={2001}
}
In this paper, we outline a research strategy for analysing the properties of different agent architectures, in particular the cognitive and affective states/processes they can support. We demonstrate this architecture-based research strategy, which effectively views cognitive and affective states as architecture-dependent, with an example of a simulated multiagent environment, where agents with different architectures have to compete for survival. We show that agents with “affective” and… CONTINUE READING
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