Reasons for Emotions Modeling Emotions in Integrated Cognitive Systems

@inproceedings{Hudlicka2006ReasonsFE,
  title={Reasons for Emotions Modeling Emotions in Integrated Cognitive Systems},
  author={Eva Hudlicka},
  year={2006}
}
growth in emotion research (Forgas, 2001), both in disciplines that have traditionally addressed emotions (e.g., psychology, sociology) and in a variety of inter disciplinary areas, including cognitive science, AI (artificial intelligence), and HCI (human–computer intelligence; see also Hudlicka, 2003b; Picard’s Affective Computing [1997]). In AI and cognitive science, there has been a great deal of interest in modeling emotion within cognitive architectures and exploring the utility of… CONTINUE READING
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