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Definition of an emotion-based controller for dynamical systems

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Author(s): José Danilo Rairán Antolines

Journal: Tecnura
ISSN 0123-921X

Volume: 16;
Issue: 33;
Start page: 12;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: control | decision-making processes | emotions | nonlinear systems

ABSTRACT
An enormous number of solutions have been proposed from the field of artificial intelligence in order to endow machines with the ability to make plans without human guidance. In this paper, we suggest emulated emotions to endow machines with the skills to make human-like decisions. The model is described using dynamical systems. Emotional states are defined in terms of the difference between a reference model and the trajectories of the system. For example, calmness is defined as the ideal emotional state, where there is agreement between the state of the system and the reference model. Finally, a basic architecture for this kind of emotional-based controller is provided together with some experimental results that illustrate its use.
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