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Emergent emotion via neural computational energy conservation on a humanoid robot
This paper presents our initial work on how emotion based behaviors may emerge through computational mechanisms. We hold that in addition to basic emotions such as anger and fear that serves bodily well being of the organism, ...
Sequential decision making based on emergent emotion for a humanoid robot
Certain emotions and moods can be manifestations of complex and costly neural computations that our brain wants to avoid. Instead of reaching an optimal decision based on the facts, we find it often easier and sometimes ...
Emotion as an emergent phenomenon of the neurocomputational energy regulation mechanism of a cognitive agent in a decision-making task
Biological agents need to complete perception-action cycles to perform various cognitive and biological tasks such as maximizing their wellbeing and their chances of genetic continuation. However, the processes performed ...
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