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  1. Computational Models of the Emotions: From Models of the Emotions of the Individual to Modelling the Emerging Irrational Behaviour of Crowds. [REVIEW]Ephraim Nissan - 2009 - AI and Society 24 (4):403-414.
    Computational models of emotions have been thriving and increasingly popular since the 1990s. Such models used to be concerned with the emotions of individual agents when they interact with other agents. Out of the array of models for the emotions, we are going to devote special attention to the approach in Adamatzky’s Dynamics of Crowd-Minds. The reason it stands out, is that it considers the crowd, rather than the individual agent. It fits in computational intelligence. It works by mathematical simulation (...)
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