Publications

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  • He, M., Gao, M., Gao, Y., Eliott, F. Cascading Failures and the Robustness of Cooperation in a Unified Scale-Free Network Model. To appear at the Procs. of Complex Networks, Springer Verlag, 2021.
  • Yu, X., Morri, R. and Eliott, F. EDA, An Empathy-Driven Computational Architecture. To appear at the Workshop on Goal Reasoning, ACS 2021.
  • Yang, Y., Li, K., Eliott, F., Kunda, M. Do Time Constraints Re-Prioritize Attention to Shapes During Visual Photo Inspection? Procs. of the 43th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 2021.
  • Eliott, F. M., Stassun, K., and Kunda, M. IACI, A Human-Inspired Computational Architecture to Help Us Understand Visual Data Exploration. Procs. of the 6th Annual Conference on Advances in Cognitive Systems (ACS), 2018.
  • Eilbert, J., Peters, Z., Eliott, F. M., Stassun, K., and Kunda, M. Shapes in Scatterplots: Comparing Human Visual Impressions and Computational Metrics. Procs. of the 40th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 2018.
  • Eliott, F. M., Stassun, K., and Kunda, M. Visual data exploration: How expert astronomers use flipbook-style visual approaches to understand new data. Procs. of the 39th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 2017.
  • Wang, X. and Eliott, F. M., Ainooson, J., Palmer, J. H. and Kunda, M. An Object Is Worth Six Thousand Pictures: The Egocentric, Manual, Multi-Image (EMMI) Dataset. Procs. of the IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision Workshops (ICCVW), 2017.
  • Ph.D. dissertation. A Computational Model for Simulation of Empathy and Moral Behavior. Computer Engineering, Aeronautics Institute of Technology, 2016;
  • Eliott, F. and Ribeiro, C. “Moral Behavior and Empathy Modeling through the Premise of Reciprocity”. Procs. of the 1rst International Conference on Human and Social Analytics, HUSO 2015, St. Julians, Malta.
  • Eliott, F. and Ribeiro, C. Emergence of Cooperation Through Simulation of Moral Behavior. Hybrid Artificial Intelligent Systems (HAIS-2015): 10th I. Conf. on Hybrid Artificial Intelligence Systems, Bilbao, Spain. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. Vol. 9121. Springer International Pub., 200-212, 2015.
  • Eliott, F. and Ribeiro, C. A Computational Model for Simulation of Moral Behavior. Procs. of the International Conference on Neural Computation Theory and Applications (NCTA-2014 paper #62). SCITEPRESS (Science and Technology Publications), 282-287, 2014.
  • Eliott, F. and Ribeiro, C. A Biologically Inspired Architecture for Multiagent Games. Procs of the 1st BRICS Countries Congress (BRICS-CCI) and 11th Brazilian Congress (CBIC) on Computational Intelligence, 230-235, 2013.
  • Eliott, F. and Ribeiro, C. Aprendizado Autônomo para Robôs Móveis Baseado em Emoções Artificiais. Masters Thesis, Computer Engineering, Aeronautics Institute of Technology, 2010.
  • Eliott, F. and Ribeiro, C. Autonomous Behavior Selection Based on Computational Simulation of Emotions and Hormonal Processes. Procs. of the IX Brazilian Symposium on Intelligent Automation (SBAI), 2009.

Other Publications

  1. Morri, Riccardo and Eliott, Fernanda. Redesigning a Moral-Inspired Computational Architecture to Emphasize the role of Empathy in Decision-Making. Summer school on Current and future applications of network and control sciences for Psychiatry, 2021.
  2. Eliott, F. M., and Caudel, A., and Barnett, C., and Caudel, D. Our community at the Frist Center for Autism and Innovation: a beautiful forest with various shades and colors representing autistic tendencies. [Data wallpaper] Inspired by Dr. Giorgia Lupi’s work. Grand Opening of the Frist Center for Autism and Innovation, Vanderbilt University, July 2019.
  3. Cynthia Brame, Adriane Seiffert, Allison Leich Hilbun, Erika Grundstrom, Fernanda Monteiro Eliott, Jim Pask, Katie Clements, Lori Troxel, Malu Jorge, Thomas Clements, Shane Hutson, Teresa Gray, Greg Lowen, Annie Hatmaker. Active Learning Cheat Sheet created by the Active Learning Community at Vanderbilt University, 2019.
  4. Eliott, F. M. “My journey” – a drawing that I made when I was very young. ArtLab Catalog – the boundaries of art and science, Vanderbilt University, p.15, March 1-2, 2018.
  5. Ainooson, J. E. A., and Eliott, F. M., and Kunda, M. Research on Visual Reasoning [Video file]. Vanderbilt University, July 2019;