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Título: Personality, emotion, and mood in agent-based group decision making
Autor: Santos, Ricardo
Marreiros, Goreti
Ramos, Carlos
Neves, José
Bulas-Cruz, José
Palavras-chave: Group decision making
Group decision-support systems (GDSSs)
Data: 2011
Editora: IEEE
Relatório da Série N.º: IEEE Intelligent Systems; Vol. 26, Issue 6
Resumo: Group decision making plays an important role in organizations, especially in the present-day economy that demands high-quality, yet quick decisions. Group decision-support systems (GDSSs) are interactive computer-based environments that support concerted, coordinated team efforts toward the completion of joint tasks. The need for collaborative work in organizations has led to the development of a set of general collaborative computer-supported technologies and specific GDSSs that support distributed groups (in time and space) in various domains. However, each person is unique and has different reactions to various arguments. Many times a disagreement arises because of the way we began arguing, not because of the content itself. Nevertheless, emotion, mood, and personality factors have not yet been addressed in GDSSs, despite how strongly they influence results. Our group’s previous work considered the roles that emotion and mood play in decision making. In this article, we reformulate these factors and include personality as well. Thus, this work incorporates personality, emotion, and mood in the negotiation process of an argumentbased group decision-making process. Our main goal in this work is to improve the negotiation process through argumentation using the affective characteristics of the involved participants. Each participant agent represents a group decision member. This representation lets us simulate people with different personalities. The discussion process between group members (agents) is made through the exchange of persuasive arguments. Although our multiagent architecture model4 includes two types of agents—the facilitator and the participant— this article focuses on the emotional, personality, and argumentation components of the participant agent.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.22/1691
ISSN: 1541-1672
Versão do Editor: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpls/abs_all.jsp?arnumber=6042847
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