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CMPSCI 590AC 3-1 1 590AC 3-1 Week 3: Lecture 1 Overview of Emotion Modeling July 25, 2016
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CMPSCI 590AC 3-1 2 Readings Hudlicka, 2004. What are we modeling when we model emotions? AAAI Spring Symposium. (On B’board)
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CMPSCI 590AC 3-1 3 Optional Readings There is a lot of reading this week. Read the optional material only if you are going to be doing a project in this area. Cooper & Fox, 2002; Modeling Cognition (On B’board) Discusses cognitive modeling – which preceded affective modeling and will provide some foundations Canamero, 2002: Designing Emotions for Activity Selection in Autonomous Agents (On B’board) Focuses on how emotion models support action selection in agents
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Reminder Homework #4: Due 8-1 (8 am) CMPSCI 590AC 3-1 4
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CMPSCI 590AC 3-1 Outline What is emotion modeling … in contrast with other aspects of affective computing Why should we model emotions Design issues in emotion modeling 5
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CMPSCI 590AC 3-1 6 “Emotion Modeling” Lack of clarity re: What is modeled and how Lack of design guidelines re: Which theories to use? Which data? Which computations must be performed? Which representational & reasoning formalisms are best? What type of architecture is best?
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CMPSCI 590AC 3-1 7 The Term “Emotion Modeling” is Often Applied Indiscriminately to… A: Emotion expression by machines B: Emotion recognition by machines C: Emotion generation in agents / robots D: Emotion effects on agent / robot behavior E: Affective user models F: All of the above .. And probably some others too
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CMPSCI 590AC 3-1 Let’s Restrict the Term ‘Emotion Model’ Emotion modeling refers to computational models that aim to represent Emotion generation (typically via cognitive appraisal) Emotion effects on Cognition Expression Behavior 8
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CMPSCI 590AC 3-1 Emotion Modeling vs. Affective User Modeling (1) Emotion modeling focuses on the broad problem of modeling emotion generation & emotion effects For both research & applied purposes Often in the context of an agent architecture (virtual or robotic), to control agent’s behavior Typically: high-level, symbolic, simulation-based models are involved 9
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CMPSCI 590AC 3-1 Emotion Modeling vs. Affective User Modeling (2) Affective user modeling refers to attempts to represent the user’s affective profile… in the context of a specific HCI context While symbolic simulations of the user for this purpose are being explored, this is not the typical current approach to user modeling There is overlap in these areas, but they are distinct & used for distinct purposes 10
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CMPSCI 590AC 3-1 11 “Emotion Models” Can Model ________ A: Feelings (although a problematic term) B: Moods C: Emotions D: Affective States E: Personality Traits
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