A Constructive Approach for Investigating the Emergence of Role Division in Social Interactions View Full Text


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2013-01-12

AUTHORS

Kenichi Minoya , Takaya Arita , Takashi Omori

ABSTRACT

This paper attempts to demonstrate the emergence of role division in a short time scale where agents dynamically determine their roles based on the estimated intention of others. To do this, we use a Functional Parts Combination (FPC) model, which regards the brain at a functional level as composed of a set of functional parts and activation signals specifying selectively activated patterns. We conduct computer simulations in which the activation signals are learned using a hunter task as a problem to be solved by the agents. The simulation demonstrates a scenario for bootstrapping Theory of Mind (ToM) as the emergence of the partial-networks of functional parts in the brain based on the interactions between the recursive levels of intentionality in ToM. It also shows that appropriate behaviors suited for others interacting for the first time can be swiftly acquired simply by reusing the acquired partial-networks. More... »

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339-346

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