An Integrative Framework for Time-varying Affective Agent Behavior

@inproceedings{Moshkina2006AnIF,
  title={An Integrative Framework for Time-varying Affective Agent Behavior},
  author={Lilia V. Moshkina},
  year={2006}
}
Recent findings suggest that humans treat computers in a social way. Affect lies at the core of our social behavior; therefore, to capture this social nature of human interaction with computers and to provide a systematic way of including affect into such systems, we propose TAME an integrative framework of affective agent behavior. This paper describes psychological and mathematical foundations for each of the TAME components: personality Traits, Attitudes, Moods and Emotions. An experiment to… CONTINUE READING

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