Fear and the Behaviour of Virtual Flocking Animals

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Fear and the Behaviour of Virtual Flocking Animals
The paper investigates the role of an affective system as part of an ethologically-inspired action-selection mechanism for virtual animals in a 3D interactive graphics environment. It discusses the integration of emotion with flocking and grazing behaviour and a mechanism for communicating emotion between animals; develops a metric for analyzing the collective behaviour of the animals and its complexity and shows that emotion reduces the complexity of behaviour and thus mediates between individual and collective behaviour.
Carlos Delgado-Mata, Ruth Aylett
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Updated 07 Jun 2010
Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ECAL
Authors Carlos Delgado-Mata, Ruth Aylett
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