An Information Processing Model for Emotional Agents Based on the OCC Model and the Mood Congruent Effect
Emotional Agents can be regarded as traditional ones with emotional factors. There are differences between emotional Agents and traditional Agents in information perception and processing. This paper mainly deals with the design of cognitive module (information processing module) for emotional Agents. The design contains mathematical approaches to human information processing, and also takes account of the achievements in modern Psychology. The cognitive module is easy to be applied in engineering, which makes the design suitable for most circumstances.
KeywordsEmotional Agent OCC Model Mood Congruent Effect Cognition Information Processing
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