Hybrid Emotionally Aware Mediated Agent Architecture for Human-Assistive Technologies
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Type of Work7 pages
conference papers and proceedings
Citation of Original PublicationVincenti, G., Braman, J., & Trajkovski, G. (2008). Hybrid Emotionally Aware Mediated Agent Architecture for Human-Assistive Technologies. Emotion. Personality, and Social Behavior. AAAI Spring Symposium. Stanford, California, 1-7.
Emotionally aware agents used to support human-computer interactions form the basis for our hybrid mediated agent architecture. This paper expands on our framework for an emotionally aware interface architecture that couples with the human user where data is mediated between agent processes for adaptive controlled assistive technologies. We present a hybrid emotionally aware mediated agent architecture that couples human and artificial operators. Agent behaviors in the context of emotion are derived from interactions from human users and interactions with its environment.