Abstract

This paper describes the design of a complex time-varying affective software architecture. It is an expansion of the TAME architecture (Traits, Attitudes, Moods, and Emotions) as applied to humanoid robotics. In particular, it is intended to promote effective human-robot interaction by conveying the robot’s affective state to the user in an easy-to-interpret manner.


Type

Journal Article

Volume

3

Date

2011/02/04

Webpage

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Creators

Moshkina, Lilia (Author)
Park, Sunghyun (Author)
Arkin, Ronald C. (Author)
Lee, Jamee K. (Author)
Jung, HyunRyong (Author)

Issue

3

DOI
10.1007/s12369-011-0090-2


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