Agent-based Human Group Affective State Modelling
Māra Romanovska

24.10.2023. 16:15, 206. audit, Zunda krastmala 10, Rīga

Egons Lavendelis

Jānis Grabis, Sarma Cakula, Nuno Manuel Garcia dos Santos

Affective states influence how humans make decisions, what actions they choose to perform, and how group structure and relationships among individuals develop over time. The studies on emotion modelling in computer systems have developed in number and quality over the past 30 years. However, there are no models that allow to fully simulate human affective interaction. The study in the Thesis integrates existing models and interaction mechanisms found in psychology research, using multi-agent systems to implement affective interaction mechanisms.

Aģentos sakņota modelēšana, emocijās sakņoti aģenti, daudzaģentu sistēmas

Pudāne, Māra. Agent-based Human Group Affective State Modelling. PhD Thesis. Rīga: [RTU], 2023. 229 p.

Publication language
Latvian (lv)
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