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System with two significant changes. Results using 4 agents in the system. The failures represent agents which were in the system yielding loses –for a given time– instead of producing welfare. It is the equivalent of business having loses in the economy: they start with an initial amount of resources but they have a limited time until they start yielding benefits. Otherwise they would confront bankruptcy. The lower the number of failures, the better the system behaves as a whole –it means the system has coped with many different agents and few of them had problems with their policies.

Fig. 1. 2 A KAI Based Emotional Social Agent Model An agent is situated in an environment, but this environment is not only the physical world ruled by mechanical changes; it also comprehends the social world. The environment E is modeled as < S, A, δ, r >, being S the set of states the environment has; A the analogous set of actions; δ : S, A → S the transition function, which changes the environment state to another when an action is performed; and r : S, A → R the observable reward function, that yields a reward when an action is performed in a state.

In Figure 1(b) a set of 11 functions are shown which transform the emotional stimuli to a set of 11 emotions with intensities which is just the emotional response. This set of functions is peculiar for each person, so it is part of their personality –which is invariant. The functions domains must follow the guidelines described by the OCC model, such as some events should influence some emotions and not others. A. Garc´ a-Pardo and C. Carrascosa (a) Agent’s Opinion determinant factors. (b) Emotional response computed for an individual.

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