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The role of Surprise, Curiosity and Hunger on Exploration of Unknown Environments Populated with Entities

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Abstract

This paper describes an approach based on affect to the problem of exploring unknown environments populated with entities by agents. To this end, a multi-agent system based on the notion of affect as well as on the Belief-Desire-Intention (BDI) model was used. The affective component of the agents is confined to the motivations that are usually associated to exploratory behavior: surprise, curiosity and hunger. An experiment that evaluates the role of these motivations in exploration performance is presented.

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12th Portuguese Conference on Artificial Intelligence, EPIA 2005, December 2005

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Year 2015 : 1 citations

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Year 2013 : 2 citations

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