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Title: Emotion-affected decision making in human simulation
Authors: Zhao, Y
Kang, J
Wright, D K
Keywords: Decision making
Emotion structure
Emotion calculation
Virtual human
Publication Date: 2006
Publisher: International Society of Automation
Citation: Biomedical Sciences Instrumentation. 42, 482-487, Apr 2006
Abstract: Human modelling is an interdisciplinary research field. The topic, emotion-affected decision making, was originally a cognitive psychology issue, but is now recognized as an important research direction for both computer science and biomedical modelling. The main aim of this paper is to attempt to bridge the gap between psychology and bioengineering in emotion-affected decision making. The work is based on Ortony's theory of emotions and bounded rationality theory, and attempts to connect the emotion process with decision making. A computational emotion model is proposed, and the initial framework of this model in virtual human simulation within the platform of VirtoolsTm is presented.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/1620
ISSN: 0067-8856
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