Agent Activation

Agent Activation is one of the most important functions that agents can perform in relation to themselves and to the others. On the very basic level "activation" is a fusion of energies (see the vocabulary) and in order for this fusion to occur, a connection has to be established at first. To be very practical, a real social situation is full of doubts, second thoughts and preconceived notions that make it more difficult to connect. There is a reason for that, but whatever that reason is, it does not mean that it works for everybody. An agent sees any situation as a dynamic network. A social situation at a public space is a set of disjointed network subgroups and lonely nodes. The agent's job is to connect to those groups in order to learn more about them and then engage them into a meaningful trans~mission, activating the other agents. In order to perform this job well, an agent...

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