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Mathematical Models of Emotional Robots with a Non-Absolute Memory

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In this paper, we discuss questions of creating an electronic intellectual analogue of a human being. We introduce a mathematical concept of stimulus generating emotions. We also introduce a definition of logical thinking of robots and a notion of efficiency coefficient to describe their efficiency of rote (mechanical) memorizing. The paper proves theorems describing properties of permanent conflicts between logical and emotional thinking of robots with a nonabsolute rote memory.

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Pensky, O. , Sharapov, Y. and Chernikov, K. (2013) Mathematical Models of Emotional Robots with a Non-Absolute Memory. Intelligent Control and Automation, 4, 115-121. doi: 10.4236/ica.2013.42016.


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