SCSC2003 Abstract S7734

PERSONALITY REPRESENTATION PROCESSABLE IN FUZZY LOGIC FOR SIMULATION OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR

PERSONALITY REPRESENTATION PROCESSABLE IN FUZZY LOGIC FOR SIMULATION OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR

Submitting Author: Prof. Tuncer Íren

Abstract:
State-of-the-art of psychological knowledge about the personality types is reviewed. The thirty facets, clustered in six factors to determine the personality types are outlined. Three concise representations of personality are presented; they are: personality template, personality vector, and personality chart. In an accompanying article (1) these representations of personality knowledge provide the basis for using fuzzy logic to process qualitative (or, linguistic) variables to represent personality and (2) fuzzy agents with dynamic personality are promoted for the simulation of human behavior (Ghasem-Aghaee and Íren, 2003).


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