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FAtiMA Modular: Towards an Agent Architecture with a Generic Appraisal Framework

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  • 1 Technical University of Lisbon

This paper presents a generic and flexible architecture for emotional agents, with what we consider to be the minimum set of functionalities that allows us to implement and compare different appraisal theories in a given scenario. FAtiMA Modular, the architecture proposed is composed of a core algorithm and by a set of components that add particular functionality (either in terms of appraisal or behaviour) to the architecture, which makes the architecture more flexible and easier to extend.

Affective Computing

Intelligent Virtual Agents

Year of Publication:
2011

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  • author = {João Dias and Samuel Mascarenhas and Ana Paiva},
  • title = {FAtiMA Modular: Towards an Agent Architecture with a Generic Appraisal Framework},
  • year = {2011},
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João Dias and Samuel Mascarenhas and Ana Paiva 2011 FAtiMA Modular: Towards an Agent Architecture with a Generic Appraisal Framework

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