Handbook Of Research On Synthetic Emotions And Sociable Robotics

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Overview

Decades of scientific research on neurophysiology have proven emotions are not simply a minor aspect of human activity, but rather a fundamental one.

The Handbook of Research on Synthetic Emotions and Sociable Robotics: New Applications in Affective Computing and Artificial Intelligence focuses on the integration of emotions into artificial environments such as computers and robotics. Written by an international collaboration of experts within the field, this Handbook of Research covers topics such as emotion simulation and emotion synthetic development.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781605663548
  • Publisher: IGI Global
  • Publication date: 4/20/2011
  • Pages: 600
  • Product dimensions: 8.70 (w) x 11.30 (h) x 1.70 (d)

Table of Contents

Ch. I Emotional Modeling in an Interactive Robotic Head Oscar Deniz Deniz, Oscar Javier Lorenzo Lorenzo, Javier Mario Hernandez Hernandez, Mario Modesto Castrillon Castrillon, Modesto Gloria Bueno Bueno, Gloria 1

Ch. II Automatic Detection of Emotion in Music: Interaction with Emotionally Sensitive Machines Cyril Laurier Laurier, Cyril Perfecto Herrera Herrera, Perfecto 9

Ch. III Facial Expression Analysis, Modeling and Synthesis: Overcoming the Limitations of Artificial Intelligence with the Art of the Soluble Christoph Bartneck Bartneck, Christoph Michael J. Lyons Lyons, Michael J. 34

Ch. IV Multirobot Team Work with Benevolent Characters: The Roles of Emotions Sajal Chandra Banik Banik, Sajal Chandra Keigo Watanabe Watanabe, Keigo Maki K. Habib Habib, Maki K. 57

Ch. V Affective Goal and Task Selection for Social Robots Matthias Scheutz Scheutz, Matthias Paul Schermerhorn Schermerhorn, Paul 74

Ch. VI Robotic Emotions: Navigation with Feeling Christopher P. Lee-Johnson Lee-Johnson, Christopher P. Dale A. Carnegie Carnegie, Dale A. 88

Ch. VII Emotions, Diffusive Emotional Control and the Motivational Problem for Autonomous Cognitive Systems C. Gros Gros, C. 119

Ch. VIII Robots React, but Can They Feel? Bruce J. MacLennan MacLennan, Bruce J. 133

Ch. IX Personality and Emotions in Robotics from the Gender Perspective Mercedes Garcia-Ordaz Garcia-Ordaz, Mercedes Rocio Carrasco-Carrasco Carrasco-Carrasco, Rocio Francisco Jose Martinez-Lopez Martinez-Lopez, Francisco Jose 154

Ch. X Moral Emotions for Autonomous Agents Antoni Gomila Gomila, Antoni Alberto Amengual Amengual, Alberto 166

Ch. XI An Emotional Perspective for Agent-Based Computational EconomicsPietro Cipresso Cipresso, Pietro Jean-Marie Dembele Dembele, Jean-Marie Marco Villamira Villamira, Marco 181

Ch. XII Unfolding Commitments Management: A Systemic View of Emotions Michel Aube Aube, Michel 198

Ch. XIII A Cognitive Appraisal Based Approach for Emotional Representation Sigerist J. Rodriguez Rodriguez, Sigerist J. Pilar Herrero Herrero, Pilar Olinto J. Rodriuez Rodriuez, Olinto J. 228

Ch. XIV Emotion Generation Based on a Mismatch Theory of Emotions for Situated Agents Clement Raoevsky Raoevsky, Clement Francois Michaud Michaud, Francois 247

Ch. XV Artificial Surprise Luis Macedo Macedo, Luis Amilcar Cardoso Cardoso, Amilcar Rainer Reisenzein Reisenzein, Rainer Emiliano Lorini Lorini, Emiliano Cristiano Castelfranchi Castelfranchi, Cristiano 267

Ch. XVI A Theory of Emotions Based on Natural Language Semantics Tom Adi Adi, Tom 292

Ch. XVII Emotion in the Turing Test: A Downward Trend for Machines in Recent Loebner Prizes Huma Shah Shah, Huma Kevin Warwick Warwick, Kevin 325

Ch. XVIII Artificial Emotional Intelligence in Virtual Creatures Felix Francisco Ramos Corchado Corchado, Felix Francisco Ramos Hector Rafael Orozco Aguirre Aguirre, Hector Rafael Orozco Luis Alfonso Razo Ruvalcaba Ruvalcaba, Luis Alfonso Razo 350

Ch. XIX Physics and Cognitive-Emotional-Metacognitive Variables: Learning Performance in the Environment of CTAT Sarantos I. Psycharis Psycharis, Sarantos I. 379

Ch. XX Emotional Memory and Adaptive Personalities Anthony G. Francis, Jr. Francis, Anthony G., Jr. Manish Mehta Mehta, Manish Ashwin Ram Ram, Ashwin 391

Ch. XXI Computer-Based Learning Environments with Emotional Agents Dorel Gorga Gorga, Dorel Daniel K. Schneider Schneider, Daniel K. 413

Ch. XXII Emotional Ambient Media Artur Lugmayr Lugmayr, Artur Tillmann Dorsch Dorsch, Tillmann Pabo Roman Humanes Humanes, Pabo Roman 443

Ch. XXIII Modelling Hardwired Synthetic Emotions: TPR 2.0 Jordi Vallverdu Vallverdu, Jordi David Casacuberta Casacuberta, David 460

Ch. XXIV Invisibility and Visibility: The Shadows of Artificial Intelligence Cecile K. M. Crutzen Crutzen, Cecile K. M. Hans-Werner Hein Hein, Hans-Werner 472

Compilation of References 501

Index 566

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