CoJACK – Achieving Principled Behaviour Variation in a Moderated Cognitive Architecture

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We describe the CoJACK cognitive architecture. It is designed to provide an intuitive, high level behaviour representation language that exhibits variability across individuals and across time for use in synthetic environments. The included moderator layer enables modelling of physiological factors and affect. We report initial results of an investigation… (More)

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@inproceedings{Evertsz2008CoJACKA, title={CoJACK – Achieving Principled Behaviour Variation in a Moderated Cognitive Architecture}, author={Rick Evertsz and Frank E. Ritter and Paolo Busetta and Matteo Pedrotti and Jennifer L Bittner}, year={2008} }