A new model with NEO PI-R for emotion simulations
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The last decade has witnessed an explosion of interest in research on human emotion modeling for generating intelligent virtual agents. This paper proposes a novel personality model based on the Revised NEO Personality Inventory (NEO PI-R). Compared to the popular Big-Five-Personality Factors (BIG5) model, our proposed model is more capable than BIG5 on describing a variety of personalities. Combining with emotion models it helps to produce more reasonable emotional reaction to external stimuli. A Resistant formulation is also proposed to effectively simulate the complicated negative emotions.
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