Modelling Agents Cooperation Through Internal Visions of Social Network and Episodic Memory
Keywords:Social networks, behaviour modelling, simulation of human societies, multi-agent systems, social context, artificial intelligence, computer games
AbstractHuman societies appear in many types of simulations. Particularly, a lot of new computer games contain a virtual world that imitates the real world. A few of the most important and the most difficult society elements to be modelled are the social context and individuals cooperation. In this paper we show how the social context and cooperation ability can be provided using agents that are equipped with internal visions of mutual social relations. Internal vision is a representation of social relations from the agent's point of view so, due to being subjective, it may be inconsistent with the reality. We introduce the agent model and the mechanism of rebuilding the agent's internal vision that is similar to that used by humans. An experimental proof of concept implementation is also presented.
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Wrzeszcz, M., Koźlak, J., & Kitowski, J. (2017). Modelling Agents Cooperation Through Internal Visions of Social Network and Episodic Memory. COMPUTING AND INFORMATICS, 36(1), 86–112. Retrieved from https://www.cai.sk/ojs/index.php/cai/article/view/2017_1_86