By Roberto A. Flores, Robert C. Kremer (auth.), Ahmed Y. Tawfik, Scott D. Goodwin (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the seventeenth convention of the Canadian Society for Computational experiences of Intelligence, Canadian AI 2004, held in London, Ontario, Canada in may well 2004.
The 29 revised complete papers and 22 revised brief papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from one hundred and five submissions. those papers are awarded including the prolonged abstracts of 14 contributions to the graduate scholars' music. the total papers are prepared in topical sections on brokers, normal language processing, studying, constraint delight and seek, wisdom illustration and reasoning, uncertainty, and neural networks.
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While victim identification is not the focus of this work, this method serves to force the agent to move within a close proximity in order to make a victim identification, something that would be expected in the real world. Potential landmarks in the simulated environment were labelled with bar codes that can be read using the laser range finder. While this is not consistent with the real world, the intent here was to allow a consistent and repeatable means of marking landmarks in the world to examine the operation of the confused identifier object.
G. looking at a picture of a loved one might bring joy. There are a number of psychological theories of emotion. We will not give an exhaustive list of such theories here, instead we will highlight two important aspects of emotional theories: the direction of causality, and continuity versus discreteness. One basic issue is whether emotions influence physical reactions, or vice versa. For instance, the James-Lange theory  says that when a person perceives something, such as a frightening animal, they react with physical (neurovegetative) manifestations.
In some cases, the flip-flopping behaviour we see when cross-exclusion is turned off may be just what a story calls for. 1 Pseudocode for Emotional Pathfinding In our experiments we use a single agent whose main search procedure is called EMOTIONAL-SEARCH (see Figure 1). It takes four pieces of input: a starting 38 T. Donaldson, A. Park, and I-L. Lin node, a set of goals to be achieved, the emotional state E, and the A* heuristic function The agent is either MOVING, THINKING, or PANICKING. When it is THINKING, we consider it to be consciously performing a variation of A* search we call emotional A*, or eA* for short.