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A Fuzzy Inference System for Synergy Estimation of Simultaneous Emotion Dynamics in Agents
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Author(s)
Atifa Athar, M. Saleem Khan, Khalil Ahmed, Aiesha Ahmed, Nida Anwar
KEYWORDS
Fuzzy inference, Simultaneous emotion dynamics, Synergy estimation, blended emotions, PAD, Wheel of emotions, social cohorts
ABSTRACT
This paper presents that emotions manifest the information processing mechanism of human mind that infers the synergic effect of simultaneous emotions to achieve focused communication and decision making. This proposed work considers integration mechanism of complex emotional dynamics for agents to communicate reason and decide in conflicting situations like humans. The proposed inference system is used to estimate the blended effect of simultaneously activated emotions in agents using fuzzy logic as it is an unsurpassed choice to deal with uncertain information and classification of non-deterministic events.
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