Ants in the OCEAN: Modulating Agents with Personality for Planning with Humans
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- Ahrndt S., Aria A., Fähndrich J., Albayrak S. (2015) Ants in the OCEAN: Modulating Agents with Personality for Planning with Humans. In: Bulling N. (eds) Multi-Agent Systems. EUMAS 2014. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 8953. Springer, Cham
This work introduces a prototype that demonstrates the idea of using a psychological theory of personality types known as the Five-Factor Model (FFM) in planning for human-agent teamwork scenarios. FFM is integrated into the BDI model of agency leading to variations in the interpretation of inputs, the decision-making process and the generation of outputs. This is demonstrated in a multi-agent simulation. Furthermore, it is outlined how these variations can be used for the planning process in collaborative settings.