Towards Emotion in Sigma: From Appraisal to Attention

@inproceedings{Rosenbloom2015TowardsEI,
  title={Towards Emotion in Sigma: From Appraisal to Attention},
  author={Paul S. Rosenbloom and Jonathan Gratch and Volkan Ustun},
  booktitle={AGI},
  year={2015}
}
A first step is taken towards incorporating emotional processing into Sigma, a cognitive architecture that is grounded in graphical models, with the addition of appraisal variables for expectedness and desirability plus their initial implications for attention at two levels of the control hierarchy. The results leverage many of Sigma’s existing capabilities but with a few key additions. 

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