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|Title:||A review of motivational systems and emotions in cognitive architectures and systems|
|Abstract:||Motivational Systems are specific modules of Cognitive Architectures, responsible for determining the behavior of artificial agents based on cognitive models of human motivations and emotions. In this work we discuss how these ideas coming from psychology can be used in the field of cognitive architectures, explaining how motivational systems differ from other kinds of systems, and how they can be used to build control systems for artificial agents.|
|Appears in Collections:||FEEC - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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