This book proposes a formalisation of emotions in a BDI logic
(logic of belief, desire and intention). Such a formalisation aims
at helping the design of emotional agents. The first part is
dedicated to the state of the art, from the point of view of both
psychology (history of theories of emotions) and computer science
(emotional agents and their applications). The second part is
dedicated to the logical formalisation of emotions; it introduces
the logical framework, exposes and argues the formal definitions of
twenty emotions, and proves some of their properties. Finally the
last part is dedicated to practical applications and continuation
prospects of this work. Such a work offers interesting
contributions: it provides the agent community with a formal model
of a great number of emotions; it shows the interest of BDI logics;
and it opens research prospects about the dynamics of emotions and
their influence on the behaviour of agents, a field not much
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