Modeling of Emotion as a Value Calculation System View Full Text


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2016-09-29

AUTHORS

Takashi Omori , Masahiro Miyata

ABSTRACT

Emotion is a very popular but not well-known phenomenon of animals. Human emotion/feeling is more complex including the emotion features and the intelligent features. Though there are many researches on emotion/feeling, its computational role on self-maintenance is not known well. But it must be important because most of animals look to have similar emotion and there must be a reason for its similarity. Therefore, in this paper, we discuss on a possible component of emotion system, compare their computational model, and propose a possible hypothesis that the emotion is a system of value calculation for a decision making. For a discussion, we show a possible computational model of feeling system in brain. More... »

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308-315

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-46687-3_34

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