Artificial Intellegence Patterns

-- Architecture
-- Original
-- for Abstraction
-- for Problems

-- Emotion Patterns

C++ Implementation





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Pandemonium: A paradigm for learning.
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Department of Psychology, University of Alberta

Jeff Whitledge
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Emotions and Decision-Making

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