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Jaime Rincón
Valencia Polytechnic University
Spain
Jose Luis Poza
Valencia Polytechnic University
Spain
Juan Luis Posadas
Valencia Polytechnic University
Spain
Vicente Julián
Valencia Polytechnic University
Spain
Carlos Carrascosa
Valencia Polytechnic University
Spain
Vol. 5 No. 4 (2016), Articles, pages 85-92
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14201/ADCAIJ2016548592
Accepted: Nov 15, 2016
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Abstract

This article proposes an application of a social emotional model, which allows to extract, analyse, represent and manage the social emotion of a group of entities. Specifically, the application is based on how music can influence in a positive or negative way over emotional states. The proposed approach employs the JaCalIVE framework, which facilitates the development of this kind of environments. A physical device called smart resource offers to agents processed sensor data as a service. So that, agents obtain real data from a smart resource. MAS uses the smart resource as an artifact by means of a specific communications protocol. The framework includes a design method and a physical simulator. In this way, the social emotional model allows the creation of simulations over JaCalIVE, in which the emotional states are used in the decision-making of the agents.

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