Modelo circumplejo del afecto aplicado al control de sistemas dinámicos

Modelo circumplejo del afecto aplicado al control de sistemas dinámicos

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José Danilo Rairán-Antolines

Resumen

En este artículo se propone la construcción de una estrategia de control de sistemas dinámicos nueva, basada en las emociones humanas. Se quiere emular las emociones porque psicólogos y neurocientíficos han demostrado que son indispensables en el proceso de toma de decisiones, y esta es la tarea de todo controlador. Se exponen cuatro campos de aplicación para esta invención, en los cuales la autonomía y la adaptación son esenciales. Además, ocho modelos computacionales de las emociones son referenciados, dado que involucran la cognición; se concluye que es necesario hacer ajustes para incluir uno de ellos en una estrategia de control. Por esto se formula, como aporte del artículo, el uso del modelo circumplejo del afecto; este etiqueta a la combinación de dos variables como una emoción humana.

Palabras Clave:Modelos de las emociones humanas, los procesos de decisión, Circumplejo modelo de afecto, control autónomo.

 

Abstract

In this paper we propose the design of a new control strategy for dynamic systems based on human emotions. Since psychologists and neuroscientists have demonstrated that emotions are indispensable in the Decision-Making-Process, and decision-making is the work of every controller, it is our desire to emulate emotions in the systems design. Here we deal with four areas of application for this invention in which autonomy and adaptability are essential. As well, eight emotion computational models are referenced. Given that these involve cognition, it is concluded as necessary to make adjustments to include one of these in a control strategy. For this reason, this article formulates the use of the Circumplex Model of Affect, a model which labels a human emotion as a variable.

Keywords: Human Emotion Models, Decision-Making Processes, Circumplex Model of Affect, Autonomous Control.

 

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José Danilo Rairán-Antolines, Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas.

Docente en la Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas. Candidato a Doctor en Ingeniería en Sistemas y Computación.

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